Alireza Salehi Nejad
Alireza Salehi Nejad is an Iranian multidisciplinary researcher, who is currently affiliated with the Faculty of World Studies at University of Tehran. He is also the founder and the former CEO of Titan Incorporated.
Alireza is a researcher at the Cyberspace Research Policy Center, and serves on a number of boards, including as the Executive Director of the International Association of Communication in Healthcare, the Ethics Committee of Linguistic Society of America, the Executive Committee of the UNESCO Chair on Cyberspace & Culture, and Advisory Council of the Foundation for Endangered Languages.
His other activities include serving as Associate Editor for the Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ), Associate Editor on linguistics for De Gruyter Open, and Business Executive for Arash Plastic Ltd.
Alireza has collaborated with numerous academic publishers - notably Elsevier, Cambridge University Press, Canadian Center of Science & Education, SAGE Publications - and scholarly journals as an editorial board member and reviewer. He currently edits for 15 international academic journals and has served on the scientific committee of over 40 conferences thus far. By the same token, Alireza is recognized as the Top Reviewer in Social Sciences by Publons and received the Sentinel of Science Award in 2016, and the Excellent Reviewer Award in 2017.
Alireza is an alumnus of Asia Pacific University and Staffordshire University Business School, graduated summa cum laude from Shahid Chamran University with a degree in Translation Studies, and pursued his postgraduate studies in British Studies and American Studies at University of Tehran.
His other qualifications are including a Foundation in Management Studies & Computer Science from University of Nottingham and Postgraduate Diploma in Engineering Leadership & Management from Stanford University (off-campus).
In addition. his expertise in research integrity, research ethics, and the legal aspects of academic publishing is certified by the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE), Elsevier, Springer, MIT Professional Education, Global Health Training Centre, Panel on Research Ethics, Quebec Ministry of Health and Social Services, Texas A&M University, US Department of Health and Human Service, and Creative Commons.