Gülşah Merve Kılınç
Gülşah graduated from Hacettepe University, Department of Biology and received her PhD in Molecular Biology and Genetics from Bilkent University. She worked as postdoctoral researcher at CompEvo Lab at the Department of Biology at Middle East Technical University. She continued her postdoctoral studies at Stockholm University at the Department of Archaeology and Classical Studies. During her postdoctoral studies, she also worked as visiting researcher at Uppsala University at Mattias Jakobsson's Laboratory with an EMBO fellowship. Her research focuses on analysing ancient genome sequences from different time periods to understand past population history and evolutionary processes.
İdil graduated from Department of Molecular Biology and Genetics at İstanbul Kültür University in 2020. She is currently a master student at the Department of Bioinformatics at Hacettepe University. She is interested in generating synthetic population models to study evolution of complex diseases. She is funded by Tubitak 2210 program as well as by our Tubitak 3501 Grant.
Hande is interested in ancient genomics,
population genetics and neurolinguistics research.
She has some experience in archaeological excavation and
physical examination of human remains. She likes learning
languages, visiting museums and exhibitions, and traveling.
Hande has a degree in Molecular Biology and Genetics from
Bilkent University. She is currently a master student in our group and funded by our Tubitak 3501 Grant.
Ulaş graduated from Department of Biological Sciences at METU. He is currently a master student at the same department and close to finishing his masters studies. He is affiliated in our project about complex disease evolution which is supported by TUBITAK 3501 Program.