Assoc. Prof. Dr. Duygu Ege
Email : email@example.com – firstname.lastname@example.org
Google Scholar Link
Duygu Ege is Humboldt fellow at the University of Erlangen-Nuremberg, Institute of Biomaterials (Prof. Boccaccini’s Lab). Duygu Ege has a PhD in Medical Materials from University of Cambridge and a MEng (Bachelar studies + Master studies) Degree in Materials Science and Engineering (First Class Honours) from Imperial College, London. Her research on production and characterisation of bone screws at ETH Zurich, lead her to receive the Centenary Prize from Imperial College, London (2009). Her other awards include Dorothy Hodgkins Scholarship leading to PhD at University of Cambridge, Best Podium Presentation Award by International Society for Ceramics in Medicine and IDEA League Grant for her research work at ETH Zurich. Our research so far has concentrated on the production and processing of novel biomaterials including bioactive and bioinert ceramics, carbonaceous materials, and polymers for bone replacement, implant coatings, nerve regeneration, muscle tissue engineering, and drug delivery devices.