Ira A. Fulton School of Engineering
Arizona State University
PO Box 875306
Tempe, AZ 85287
Dr Abbaszadegan joined ASU in 1999 having spent more than six years as a Microbiology Research Manager in private industry. His research interest is in health-related water microbiology. He has developed an Environmental Microbiology course (CEE 467/567) for the Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering. In addition to teaching and research activities, Dr. Abbaszadegan successfully established a National Science Foundation Water Quality Center at ASU, and he serves as the PI and the Director of the Center. The center has provided research resources and capabilities to the participating members in a variety of water quality arenas.
Abbaszadegan, M., M. N. Hasan, C. P. Gerba, P. F. Roessler, B. R. Wilson, R. Kuennen and E. Van Dellen. 1997. The disinfection efficacy of a point-of-use water treatment system against bacterial, viral and protozoan waterborne pathogens. Water Research 41:574-582.
Drees, K. P., M. Abbaszadegan and R. M. Maier. 2003. Comparative electrochemical inactivation of bacteria and bacteriophage. Water Research 37:2291-2300.
Enriquez, C. E., M. Abbaszadegan, I. L. Pepper, K. J. Richardson and C. P. Gerber. 1993. Poliovirus detection in water by cell culture and nucleic acid hybridization. Water Research 27:1113-1118.
Gerrity, D., B. Mayer, H. Ryu, J. Crittenden and M. Abbaszadegan. 2009. A comparison of pilot-scale photocatalysis and enhanced coagulation for disinfection byproduct mitigation. Water Research 43:1597-1610.
Mohammedesmaeili, F., M. Kabin Badr, M. Abbaszadegan and P. Fox. 2010. Mineral recovery from inland reverse osmosis concentrate using isothermal evaporation. Water Research 44:6021-6030.
Ryu, H., D. Gerrity, J. C. Crittenden and M. Abbaszadegan. 2008. Photocatalytic inactivation of Cryptospordium parvum with TiO2 and low-pressure ultraviolet. Water Research 42:1523-1530.