Bahram is a PhD candidate at The University of Western Australia and Kings Park. His research focuses on genecological study of seed sourcing for restoration under changing environmental conditions such as climate change.
Prior to his PhD studies, Bahram completed a Master’s degree and a Bachelor’s degree with Honours at The University of Western Australia. He further developed his skills at the ARC Centre of Excellence in Plant Energy Biology at The University of Western Australia. He also completed a Bachelor’s degree in Iran. He worked as an Agricultural Scientist before starting his PhD studies. His research interests include plant biology, plant population genetics, plant physiology, genecology and plant molecular biology.