Ferhan Sagin

Chair, FEBS Education Committee, Ege University, Faculty of Medicine
  • Ege University, Faculty of Medicine
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  • Turkey

About Ferhan Sagin

Atherosclerosis, inflammatory diseases, biomarkers

Research Interest

Metabolism

FEBS Constituent Society

Turkey (TBS)

Other Expertise/Interests

Undergraduate teaching Scientific event organization

Followed by

FEBS Network special areas

Channels contributed to:

EDUCATOR VIEWPOINTS

Rooms participated in:

FEBS Community Group: Education Ambassadors Zagreb 2018 Education Workshop

Recent Comments

Sep 07, 2021

It would be great if every Ph.D. student should read this piece Cathal... :-)

From time to time, I have problems receiving e-mails with open-ended requests, or tight deadlines, or without much preparation on the student side. And these do not make things easier in the hectic life of a PI.

Congrats for putting together all the important aspects!

Sep 02, 2021

Burak, this is a wonderful piece with practical advice as well as providing a great insight into the issue.
I loved the way you created it in a reader-friendly version.
Congrats and please keep posting!

May 23, 2021

Thank you Irene and Vlastimil & Anna...

It is so good to see that you carry her torch and continue her missions in the same way possible...

Claudina was a pillar of enthusiasm & hard work &  passion for young researchers!

May she rest in peace!

Ferhan

May 10, 2021

Congratulations to all the prize winners; Merve, Marie, and Jaida! 
It is so nice to see that scientists are also involved with art.
And a big thanks to the FEBS Journal Editorial Office for stimulating this every year!

Ferhan Sagin
(Chair, FEBS Education Committee)

Apr 12, 2021

Such a timely and great post, Francisco!
Thanks for the exceptional content... 

Mar 15, 2021

Congrats!
Great conference, great program, and a great commemoration!
It is already announced in the Turkish biochemistry and molecular biology community.
We all are looking forward to it!

Nov 16, 2020

Great piece of work Duncan!

I am positive that young researchers will benefit  from its concise yet beautifully stated content.

What I can add is that they should be careful about not including data items of any type; all the content should be in a graphical form. And the font used should better be a Sans Serif (12-16) for easy reading.

Thanks again for bringing up this important topic!

Ferhan Sagin

Jul 15, 2020

Great post Merve!
It is interesting, it is informing, it is motivating and it is beautiful!
Bioscience graduates will find a unique approach to a science related career path with this post.
A big e-hug to a creative scientist!
Ferhan