Received Ph.D. in 1996 at Istanbul Technical University. Worked as a post-doctoral researcher at Boston University Physics Department between 1996-1998. Worked as a post-doc at Los Alamos National Laboratory in the Life Science Division between 1998-200 Worked as a researcher at a Start-up company in Florida between 200-2005. Working as a faculty member in the Biophysics Department of the Faculty of Medicine at Akdeniz University since 2005. My main field of study is developing spectroscopic methods that detect different tissue pathologies non-destructively and in real-time using light-tissue interaction. For this purpose, some studies have used a single optical fiber probe to diagnose cancerous tissues, and many organs have been studied. We developed and started to use a method to measure tissue oxygen saturation and determine tissue ischemia. We developed a breast optical tomography system and determined whether the masses in the breast were tumors or cysts and hamartomas in a pilot clinical study. With the onset of the Covid-19 pandemic, we worked on thermally inactivating airborne SARS-CoV-2. We developed a device that can be used both for heating and inactivating airborne pathogens in winter.
Joined Nov 2022 · Antalya, Turkey