Resident and supported researchers studying at Acıbadem University make collaborations with respected scientists abroad. Ongoing and finalised international research collaborations are listed below.

Researcher

Collaborator/Network

Institution

Country

Project

Starting Date

Ending Date

Prof. Filiz Onat

Zoltan Molnar

Oxford University

UK

Novel Neuropeptidergic Therapeutic Strategies on the Management of Absence Epilepsy

2019

To date

Prof. Filiz Onat

Deniz Kirik

Lunden University

Sweden

Experimental Approaches to the Coexistence of Epilepsy and Parkinson's Disease

2016

To date

Prof. Filiz Onat

Sanjay Sisodiya

University College

UK

Climate change and epilepsy

2021

To date

Prof. Filiz Onat

Philip Patsalos

University College

UK

The relationship between the blood concentration of the antiepileptic drug levetiracetam and the treatment response

2015

To date

Prof. Filiz Onat

Annamaria Vezzani

EU FP6 Project

Italy

Functional genomics and neurobiology of epilepsy: A basis for new therapeutic strategies

2006

2011

Prof. Filiz Onat

Astrid Nehlig

French Institute of Health and Medical Research

France

Cerebral blood flow in kindling-treated rats with genetic absence epilepsy (GAERS)

2006

To date

Prof. Filiz Onat

Gilles van Luijtelaar

Radboud University

Holland

Intracortical effects of kindling and phenytoin in the WAG/Rij model

2005

2014

Prof. Filiz Onat

Carter Snead

University of Toronto

Canada

Investigation of the kindling process in a pharmacological absence epilepsy model in Wistar rats

2009

2019

Prof. Filiz Onat

Terry O’brien

Monash University

Australia

Investigation of Thalamocortical Loop in Kindling Process in Rats with Genetic Absence Epilepsy

2008

2019

Prof. Filiz Onat

Vincenzo Crunelli

Cardiff University

UK

The role of hyperpolarization-activated cyclic nucleotide gated channels (HCN) in absence epilepsy

2012

2018

Prof. Filiz Onat

Aristea S. Galanpoulou

Albert Einstein College of Medicine

USA

Development of antiepileptogenic and disease modifying therapies for post-traumatic epilepsies; Mechanisms and treatments for epileptic encephalopathies; age and sex specific epileptogenesis; models of lissencephaly

2015

2017

Prof. Filiz Onat

Solomon Moshe

Albert Einstein College of Medicine

USA

The study of antiepileptogenesis following traumatic brain injury, intractable age specific epilepsies and their consequences, and subcortical circuits involving the control of seizures

2005

2008

Prof. Ozgur Kurt

Clinical Parasitology Workgroup

ESCMID

EU

Frequency of toxoplasmosis in patients who underwent organ transplantation in Europe between 2010 and 2014

2015

2020

Prof. Ozgur Kurt

Dr. C.Rune Stensvold & Dr. Henrik V. Nielsen

Statens Serum Institute

Denmark

Microbiota Research with a Special Emphasis on Eukaryotes 

2020

To date

Prof. Ozgur Kurt

Leishmania Study Group

Various

France, Netherlands, Turkey

Detailed genomic and proteomic characterization of Leishmania donovani / Leishmania infantum hybrid strain identified in an autochthonous patient with visceral leishmaniasis for the first time in Turkey and the analyses of its pathogenic effects and the immune response in a mouse model in comparison with the reference strains of L. donovani and L. infantum.”

2010

To date

Assoc. Prof. Meltem Kolgazi

Karl Herbert Schaefer / AGENS

Hochschule Kaiserslautern

Germany

Role of the ENS in neurodegenerative diseases

2013

To date

Dr. Perinur Bozaykut Eker 

Prof. Thomas Park

University of Illinois

USA

Cardiac Analysis on the Superior Hypoxia-tolerance through in vivo and in vitro Approaches

Dr. Perinur Bozaykut Eker 

Prof. Vadim Gladshev

Harvard Medical School

USA

In vitro validation of drug repurposing analysis for the senotherapeutic agent discovery

Dr. Perinur Bozaykut Eker 

Dr. Semih Beyaz

Cold Spring Harbour Laboratory

USA

The Molecular and Epigenetic Mechanisms Developed Against Cellular Stress in 3D culture of Long-lived and Cancer-resistant Blind Mole-rat

Prof. Beki Kan

Cost Action CA 18133

European Research Network on Signal Transduction

EU

Developing a common, comprehensive and holistic map of signal transduction that will advance development of pathway-specific chemical modulators

Serap Aktas Yildirim

Bukem Tanoren

Deutsches Elektronen-Synchrotron (DESY), Siegen University, Bogazici University

Germany

The stability of atherosclerotic plaques is mainly determined by the progress of calcification. This translates to Ca concentrations as well as the size of micro-calcifications, where sizes above approximately 50 μm indicate a stable plaque. Scanning Acoustic Microscopy (SAM) delivers information about calcium (Ca) concentrations in atherosclerotic plaques and offers a spatial resolution of a few 10 micrometers. Proper calibration for translating SAM into a quantitative method has not been performed due to a lack of a gold standard. High resolution (1 μm) x-ray fluorescence (XRF) imaging and tomography at the Microprobe station of P06 in DESY would provide a gold standard for validation and calibration of SAM

Prof. Ahmet Alanay

The European Spine Study Group ESSG

Various

Spain, Switzerland, France

Multi-Center Prospective Study and Database “Clinical Outcomes Following Conservative and Surgical Treatment of Adult Spine Deformity. Relevance of Coronal and Sagittal Spinopelvic Parameters”

2010

To date

Prof. Ahmet Alanay

AO Spine

Various

Canada, USA

Prospective Evaluation of Elderly Deformity Surgery: A Prospective Observational, Multicenter Study (PEEDS)

Prof. Ahmet Alanay

AO Spine

Various

Canada, USA

Spinal Deformity Intraoperative Monitoring (SDIM) : Understanding and managing intraoperative neuromonitoring changes during spinal deformity surgery: a prospective interventional study

Prof. Ahmet Alanay

Harms Study Group (HSG)

Children’s Hospital San Diego

USA

Retrospective Multi-Center Study of the Outcomes of Anterior Vertebral Body Tethering for Spinal Deformity Correction in Idiopathic Scoliosis

Prof. Ahmet Alanay

Harms Study Group (HSG)

Shriners Hospital for Children, Philadelphia, PA

USA

Non-Fusion Spinal Deformity Correction in Idiopathic Scoliosis – A Prospective Database Registry Study of the Harms Study Group

Prof. Eda Tahir Turanlı

Dr. Michael Lenardo
Dr. Daniel Reich

National Institutes of Health (NIH), National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID)
National Institute for Neurological Disorders and Stroke (NINDS

USA

Multiple Sclerosis Genome Research

2019

To date

Yesim Yasin

The Reproductive Health Working Group RHWG

Various

Lebanon, Occupied Palestinian Territory, Qatar

Gendered Bodies And Reproduction In The Arab Countries and Turkey

Ozgul Gok

National Science Foundation NSF

USA

Cardiac investigation of hypoxic resistance in vivo and in vitro

Ozgul Gok

Dr. Aiste Jekabsone

LSMU Laboratory of Pharmaceutical Sciences at Institute of Pharmaceutical Technologies

Lithuania

Investigation of the effect of drug-loaded nanoparticles on cardioplegia and in vitro studies

Ozgul Gok

COST Study Groups

European Cooperation in Science and Technology

EU

Cancer nanomedicine - from the bench to the bedside
In vitro 3-D total cell guidance and fitness
Delivery of Antisense RNA Therapeutics

Prof. Enis Ozyar

Commercial Collaboration

TheraPanacea

France

AI solutions for radiotherapy

Prof. Enis Ozyar

Commercial Collaboration

Viewray Inc

USA

MRI-guided radiation therapy

Prof. Enis Ozyar

Rare Cancer Network Group

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