Mohsen Talani, MD (Iran)
Mohsen Talani is the Director of CBAM. He has over 16 years of experience teaching anatomy in Canada and internationally to students and health care practitioners in different fields of medicine such as physicians, dentists, nurses, chiropractors and physiotherapists.
Graduating from medical school at a young age, he became a medical doctor in his home country, Iran, and practiced in the field of emergency medicine. While pursuing his Masters thesis in neuroscience in McGill University, he discovered his passion for teaching. Since then, he has been working in the field of medical science education, with a focus on anatomy.
He strongly believes that with the rapid growing aesthetic industry, all practitioners should have a profound knowledge of skin basics, fat compartments, muscles, blood vessels and nerves, in order to provide safe and effective care to clients and prevent or minimize post-treatment complications linked to lack of anatomy knowledge.
He is currently training health care practitioners who seek to have a deep knowledge in anatomy. He incorporates fun, innovative and easy-to-understand methods of teaching in all of his classes, guest lectures and presentations. Additionally he supervises the cadaver lab dissections and hands-on practical.