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Osman Kamalı-PhD student in Neuroscience

Research Interest: theoretical-computational neuroscience, mathematical models, behavioral neuroscience, molecular-cellular neuroscience.
 

The primary areas of interest within the broad spectrum of neuroscience for me are theoretical-computational neuroscience and mathematical models. I harbor a deep curiosity for these disciplines with the goal of understanding the complex nature and functioning of our nervous system, and developing theories regarding its operation. Furthermore, my desire to engage in more qualified research and comprehend the intricate relationships between the brain and behavior directs my focus towards behavioral neuroscience, along with molecular and cellular neuroscience which shape these relationships.

My efforts, particularly in theoretical-computational neuroscience, mathematical models, behavioral neuroscience, and molecular-cellular neuroscience, aim to establish bridges between these fields. My focus aims to contribute to the understanding of the nervous system's workings and to contribute to advancements in neuroscience through computer models

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Hacer Begüm Saka-MSc student in Neuroscience

 

Research Interest: microscopy imaging, immunofluorescence, behavioral neuroscience, molecular-cellular neuroscience.

 

I graduated from Uskudar University with a degree in Molecular Biology and Genetics. Currently, I am a master's student in the field of Neuroscience at Koc University. My research spans behavioral neuroscience, molecular and cellular neuroscience. I am conducting research with the aim of manipulating specific neuronal populations using chemogenetic techniques and understanding the behavioral consequences of these manipulations.

Collaborations

Gabrielle Girardeau, Sorbonne Université, Institut du fer à moulin, Inserm U1270, Paris, France.

Fuat Balci, Koç University, Department of Psychology, Research Center for Translational Medicine, İstanbul, Turkey.

Charlotte Boccara, University of Oslo, Department of Molecular Medicine, Institute of Basic Medical Sciences, Oslo, Norway.

Gal Richter-Levin, University of Haifa, Sagol Department of Neurobiology, Haifa, Israel.

Gürsel Çalışkan, Otto-von-Guericke University, Department of Genetics and Molecular Neurobiology, Institute of Biology, Magdeburg, Germany.

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