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Turhan V

Department of Infectious Diseases & Clinical Microbiology, Gulhaney Military Medical Academy, Hayadarpasa Training Hospital, Uskudhar- Istanbul, Turkey 


 Aslihan Turhan is a PhD in Immunology. Worked as an Instructor at Harvard Medical School in Surgery department and in Ophthalmology department. Dr. Turhan is currently serving as an assistant professor in Gaziantep University, Medical School, Turkiye. During her studies in MSSM and in HMS she designed live imaging techniques for intravital imaging of cremaster muscle, colonic mucosa and cornea. She is an expert in cell trafficking, inflammation and imaging. Dr. Turhan is experienced in target identification for drug development, in inflammatory conditions and intravascular cellular interactions. Her primary interests are cell-cell interactions in response to inflammation, target identification for drug development for manipulating cell trafficking. She has identified targets for cellular interactions in sickle cell disease and DC trafficking in cornea in response to inflammation. Her work on sickle cell disease is currently in clinical trial. Dr. Turhan has published in peer-reviewed journals, is in editorial board of Journal of Infectious Diseases and Therapy. She has patent applications for treatment approaches in sickle cell disease and corneal inflammation.

Research Interest

 cell trafficking, inflammation and imaging