name: Ibrahim Halil surname: Demirsoy

Telephone: 0815667664

e.mail: ibrahimh.demirsoy@unicampania.it

Nationality: Turkey

Educational and Training 

Studies: 

  • 2014 Master Degree in Medical Biology, Mersin University, Mersin, Turkey.
  • 2011  Bachelor Degree, Izmir Institute of Technology University, Izmir, Turkey.

Present Position: 

  • PhD Student  in Clinical and Experimental Medicine Science, University of Campania "Luigi Vanvitelli", Naples, Italy.

Main Work Experiences: 

  • 2012/2013 Erasmus exchange student, Gothenburg University, Gothenburg, Sweden 
  • 2015/2016 Researcher Internship, Centre for Genomic Regulation/CRG, Barcelona, Spain 


Membership:

Skills:

Protein extraction and purification, SDS-PAGE, Immunoprecipitation, Western blotting, dot blotting. 

Recombinant DNA technology, plasmidic DNA extraction and purification, RNA extraction and purification, PCR, RT-PCR, Real time PCR, DNA digestion with restriction enzymes, 
Isolation and cultivation of different stem cell line from several organs both human and mouse.  
In vitro cultures of mesenchymal stem cells and of stabilized tumour cell lines, biological assays to detect cellular proliferation, apoptosis and senescence. 
Immunocytochemistry and Immonohistochemestry
Transfection cells with different vectors like the virus and lipofectamine. 

Computer skills: WIN, MAC, Word, Excel, Explorer, Outlook, Nero Burning, Cd Creator, RealOne Media Player, PowerPoint, Photoshop; Molecular Analyst BioRad, Quantity One BioRad, Primer Express, Oligo 4.0.

Research interests:

Main current research interests:

  • Senescence and DNA damage

  • Genomic Instability and adaptation of resistant cell under stress condition

  • Therapeutic roles of Mesenchymal stem cells


Selected Publications:


1. Gjuvsland, B.A., Zörgö, E., Samy,J.,Stenbers S., Demirsoy, I.H.,Roque, F., Dziubinska, M.E., Migocka, M.,, Zackrisson, M., Wysocki, R., Tamás, J.M., Jonassen,I., Omholt, S.,Warringer J.Diseantangling of genetic and epigenetic determinants of ultrafast adaptation. Mol Syst Biol. (2016) 12: 892.