Assist. Prof.

Buğrahan Bayram

Mühendislik Fakültesi Tıp Mühendisliği
After graduating from Bahcesehir University Computer Engineering Department (Istanbul/Turkey), I completed my master's at Kent State University and my doctoral studies at Cleveland State University Biomedical Enginering department. Through my doctoral studies, I was a graduate student researcher at the Cleveland Clinic Biomedical Engineering department and worked as a co-investigator and study coordinator in various projects. I was accepted to the most prestigous post-doctoral training program at the Kessler Foundation and was worked as a PI of a 3D knee modelling biomechanics project. After my project for Tübitak’s Returning Scientist Fellowship Program (BİDEB 2232) has been successfully granted, I started working as a faculty member in Medical Engineering Department in February 2015.
Doctorate Cleveland State University
Master's Degree Kent State University
Undergraduate Bahcesehir University
My overall research goal was to develop treatment techniques that minimize possibility of residual deficits in patients with or without neurological impairments. Residual deficits, I believe, can be alleviated by improving efficacy of standard interventions and/or by developing newer techniques that harness potential of surviving neuronal systems for recovery. Neurorehabilitaiton, EEG, TMS, EMG, Knee biomechanics, Gait analysis, Eye tracking analysis, Signal processing, Coherence analysis, Power analysis, Biostatistical analysis. Recently, based on my course lectures, 3D Design and Printing, Internet of Things, Medical Informatics have become another area of my research. I am also an advisor for Acıbadem Sports with a focus of Biomechanical and Physiotherapeutical Engineering.
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