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Rasim Mogulkoc | Experimental Design | Best Researcher Award

Prof Dr Rasim Mogulkoc, Selcuk University, Turkey

Prof. Dr. Rasim Mogulkoc, born March 20, 1967, in Gürün (Sivas), is a distinguished professor at Selcuk University Faculty of Medicine since August 2010. Specializing in endocrinology, cardiovascular physiology, neuroscience, apoptosis, and ischemia-reperfusion, he has led numerous BAP projects and supervised several doctoral and master’s theses. Fluent in English (KPDS-80), he is married with a daughter. 📚🔬

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Born on March 20, 1967, in Gürün (Sivas), I completed my primary, secondary, and high school education locally before graduating from Fırat University in 1991. Following this, I pursued doctoral studies from 1993 to 1997.

Research focus

Based on AK Baltaci’s published papers, his research primarily focuses on the roles of trace elements like zinc and magnesium in physiological systems, particularly in endocrinology and neurochemistry. His studies investigate how these elements affect hormone levels, oxidative stress, and neurological functions. Baltaci explores diverse topics such as the impact of zinc deficiency, supplementation effects on oxidative markers, and the interplay of trace elements with thyroid hormones. His work contributes to understanding the biochemical mechanisms underlying health and disease, emphasizing applications in sports physiology and neurodegenerative conditions. 🧬🔬

Publication top notes

Molecular mechanisms of early and late LTP\

Effects of magnesium supplementation on testosterone levels of athletes and sedentary subjects at rest and after exhaustion

Effects of zinc deficiency and supplementation on malondialdehyde and glutathione levels in blood and tissues of rats performing swimming exercise

Opposite effects of zinc and melatonin on thyroid hormones in rats

Changes in the serum levels of trace elements before and after the operation in thyroid cancer patients

The roles of flavonols/flavonoids in neurodegeneration and neuroinflammation

Zinc supplementation ameliorates electromagnetic field-induced lipid peroxidation in the rat brain

Leptin and zinc relation: in regulation of food intake and immunity

Effects of magnesium supplementation on blood parameters of athletes at rest and after exercise

Effect of zinc supplementation on antioxidant activity in young wrestlers

Rasim Mogulkoc | Experimental Design | Best Researcher Award

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