Elif Nur Fırat Karalar, Ph.D.
Starting with my undergraduate education at Bilkent University, I have been involved in biomedical research. I completed my PhD in the laboratory of Matthew Welch at UC Berkeley, where I focused on the characterization of actin polymerization pathways in cells. During my postdoctoral studies in the laboratory of Tim Stearns at Stanford University, I took a multidisciplinary approach to identify the centriole proteome and address the interactions among centrosome proteins. Since June 2014, I have joined the Department of Molecular Biology and Genetics at Koç University where my laboratory focuses on the biology of centrosomes, cilia and microtubules.
Deniz Çonkar, Ph.D. candidate
Ezgi Odabaşı, Ph.D. candidate
Efraim Culfa, Masters Student
Kubra Hazal Zirhlioglu, Masters Student
Ozge Zelal Aydin, Postdoctoral Researcher
Melis Dilara Arslanhan, Ph.D. candidate
Ege Cigirgan, Masters Student
Onur Taflan, Masters Student
Yagmur Buyukturk, Undergraduate Researcher