Dr Hamid Bidkhori is a member of the Translational Tissue Engineering Research group in The Ritchie Centre.

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Hamid Bidkhori

Areas of interest

Pelvic organ prolapse (POP)

Research group

Translational Tissue Engineering


Hamid Bidkhori is a cell and molecular biologist with a medical training background. He has three years of experience as a postdoctoral researcher in immunology and also served as an Assistant Professor of Stem Cells and Regenerative Medicine at ACECR-KH, Iran.  Hamid’s research has primarily focused on stem cells, cancer, and tissue engineering.

Hamid’s industrial experience includes serving as a Chief Medical Officer and an R&D advisor to biotech industries in his home country, Iran. From the regulatory perspective, he served as the senior technical director of the GMP manufacturing facility – ACECR-KH for eight years. Hamid has been an active member of ISCT, ISEV, and ANZSEV.

He joined the Hudson Institute of Medical Research in July 2023 and currently works as a full-time researcher in the Translational Tissue Engineering lab at the Ritchie Centre in this institute. Aligned with the aim of this group, his research encompasses innovative cell-based therapies for pelvic floor disorders and birth trauma injuries to improve maternal urogynecological health.