RESEARCH ASSISTANT GÜL ŞİMŞEK    
Name : GÜL
Surname : ŞİMŞEK
E-Mail : gsimsek@ankara.edu.tr
Phone Number : 0312 595 8137
Title : RESEARCH ASSISTANT
Unit :
Department : Biophysics
Personal Information

I-  Personal Information

Name: Gül

Surname: ŞİMŞEK

Date of birth: 1986

Address: Department of Biophysics, Faculty of Medicine, Morphology Campus, A.Adnan Saygun Avenue, Ankara University, 06100 Altındağ, Ankara, Turkey

e-mail: gsimsek@ankara.edu.tr

Phone: 0312 5958137


II- Academic Career

Karadeniz Technical University Faculty of Science and Literature Physics Department, BSc, 2008

Ankara University Graduate School of Health Science Biophysics Department, MSc, 2016

Ankara University Graduate School of Health Science Biophysics Department, PhD, -

           

 

III- Research Area

International publications:

1- Gül Şimşek, Richard D. Vaughan-Jones, Pawel Swietach, H. Burak Kandilci. 2019. Recovery from hypoxia-induced internalization of cardiac Na+ /H + exchanger 1 requires an adequate intracellular store of antioxidants. J Cell Physiol.  234: 4681-4694.

 

2- Merve Denizalti, Nezahat Tugba Durlu-Kandilci, Gul Simsek, Turgut Emrah Bozkurt, Inci Sahin-Erdemli. 2018. Rho Kinase and Protein Kinase C Pathways are Responsible for Enhanced Carbachol Contraction in Permeabilized Detrusor in a Rat Model of Cystitis. Basic Clin Pharmacol Toxicol. 123(5):567-576.

 

National publications

1- Gül Şimşek, H. Burak Kandilci. 2018. Hypoxia-Reoxygenation Induced Cardiac Mitochondrial Dysfunction. Journal of Ankara University Faculty Medicine. 71(3): 139-144.


International presentation

1- Irfan Anjum, Merve Denizalti, Gul Simsek, N. Tugba Durlu-Kandilci. 2017. Trypsin-induced contractile responses are enhanced in permeabilized detrusor smooth muscle in a rat model of cystitis. BPS Pharmacology.



Project (as researcher)

1- Investigating the role of hypoxia induced factors in the regulation of Na+/H+ exchanger in HL-1 cells. KANDİLCİ H.Burak (Assoc. Prof.)  Ankara University Scientific Research Projects Unit, 17B0230001.