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Emre Cörek graduated from Julius-Maximilians-University of Würzburg as a Bachelor of Science Biology in March 2013. He carried out his Bachelor's thesis 6 months at University hospital of Würzburg about breast cancer radiosensitizing compound NVP-BEZ235 («Modulation der Strahlenempfindlichkeit humaner Mammakarzinom-Zelllinien mittels des neuartigen dualen PI3K- und mTOR-Inhibitors NVP-BEZ235. Einfluss von Hypoxie»).
He graduated at the University of Basel as a Master of Science Toxicologist in July 2015. The Master's thesis he conducted during 10 months at Novartis AG, Preclinical safety about renal biomarker KIM-1 («Spatial and temporal patterns of KIM-1 induction in toxic injury in rats».
In June 2016, Emre Cörek joined the research group of Prof. J. Huwyler (Pharmaceutical Technology) as a PhD-student. His research is focused on nanotoxicology.
|Thalmann, Peter; Bikis, Christos; Schulz, Georg; Paleo, Pierre; Mirone, Alessandro; Rack, Alexander; Siegrist, Stefan; Cörek, Emre; Huwyler, Jörg; Müller, Bert: Conference Proceedings: Removing ring artefacts from synchrotron radiation-based hard x-ray tomography data, in: Proc. of SPIE 10391, 2017, S. 1039114-1.|