In the past decade, two major advancements have transformed the world of tissue engineering and regenerative medicine –nanobiomaterials and induced pluripotent stem (iPS) cells. Novel biomaterials have been developed in order to better mimic the native microenvironment of cells for biomedical applications. On the other hand, the differentiation potential of iPS cells has uncovered a wide range of potential applications, including disease modelling, drug screening and regenerative therapy. Our research group aims to further investigate the applications of iPS cells, cellular reprogramming and novel nanobiomaterials in the field of biomedical engineering.

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    Research Areas

    Cellular reprogramming and induced pluripotent stem cells offer a great promise for use in regenerative medicine, by potentially supporting the growth of healthy or diseased cells and tissues derived from an...

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  • Funding


    Our lab is supported by funding from the the Scientific and Technological Research Council of Turkey (TUBITAK) and Scientific Research Projects Coordination Centre of Ankara University.

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Ankara University
Engineering Faculty
Biomedical Engineering Department

Ankara, Turkey

Tel: +90 312 212 67 20 / 1583