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WELCOME TO OZANSOYLAB

Innovative Scientific Research Laboratory

About Us

OZANSOY LAB is being led by Mehmet Ozansoy, Ph.D. He is a molecular biologist working in the field of neuroscience since 2000. Our team focuses primarily on neurodegenerative disorders such as Alzheimer’s Disease, Parkinson’s Disease and ALS. Specifically we are generating in vitro models of these disorders and the roles of regulatory RNAs in the molecular/cellular mechanisms of them. We have also research projects related with the clinical staging of the neurodegenerative disorders and several biomarkers. 

In addition to that, we are interested and working in the field of neuro-oncology. Screening and evaluating of drug candidates in the context of gliomas is one of our research areas.

With the collaboration of Biomedical Engineering Department of Bahçeşehir University, we have established several in vitro models for studying the possible effect(s) of photobiomodulation and searching for its effects at the level of gene expression. 

Our group is made up of graduate students (Ph.D. and MSc.) joined us from Neuroscience Ph.D. and Master Programmes and also students of medical school in Bahçeşehir University.

News

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28 February 2024

From our MSc students, Barış Can Ayvaz, made his presentation titled "Unraveling Dichotomy: Gemcitabine and Hydrocortisone Combination in Cancer Therapy", at "13th International Academic Studies Conference - UBCAK"

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12 November 2023

From our undergraduate students, Zeynep Aslı Durak, made her presentation titled "Combined Temozolomide and Gemcitabine Treatment Decreases Cell Viability of U-87 MG Glioma Cell Line", at "7th International Medical Sciences and Multidisipliner Approaches Congress"

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7 October 2023

From our undergraduate students, Artun Kanıt, made her presentation titled "Boron Affects the Viability and Oxidative Stress in Burkitt Lymphoma Cell Line RAJI", at"3rd International Congress on Innovative Approaches in Medical and Health Sciences"

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