Dr. Cansev has been selected a member at the Management Committee of Bursa Uludag University Technology Transfer Office.
Grant application has been approved by TUBITAK.
Dr. Cansev has been selected a member at Bursa Uludag University Senate, to represent Medical School.
Dr. Cansev has started serving as the Head of the Experimental Animals Breeding and Research Center.
Patents regarding plant development, growth and stress tolerance owned by Dr. Cansev and colleagues were licensed to Ar-Ge Endustriyel Company.
Dr. Cansev served as a member of defense committee for Dr. Nick van Wijk at The Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam.
Dr. Cansev served as a member of defense committee for Dr. Paula Perez Pardo at Utrecht University.
Dr. Cansev gave a presentation entitled “Synaptogenesis: Modulation by Availability of Phosphatide Precursors” at the “Nutraceuticals in Neurodegeneration and Aging” symposium which was held at National University of Singapore.
In vivo existence of pyrimidinergic neurotransmission was shown for the first time at Cansev Lab.
Dr. Cansev was honored with “Science Award” by HASVAK.
Dr. Cansev gave an interview at Line TV.
Dr. Cansev was honored with “Incentive Award” by TUBITAK.
Dr. Cansev was selected a member at the Ethical Committee on Human Research of Medical School.
Grant application entitled “Investigation of Therapeutic Effects of Peptide Nanofibers in Experimental Parkinson’s Model” was approved by TUBITAK.
Dr. Cansev signed a collaboration agreement with NutriciaResearch B.V.
Dr. Cansev gave a talk entitled “Nutrition and the brain: an introduction” at the “Nutrition in children with neurodisabilities” symposium which was held in Cannes, France.
Dr. Cansev gave a talk entitled “Effects of Uridine, DHA and Choline on brain function” at “The effects of exercise and nutrients on brain function” symposium which was held at Kopenhagen, Denmark.
Dr. Cansev was honored with “GEBIP Award” by Turkish Academy of Sciences.
Dr. Cansev was honored with “Best Young Pharmacologist Award” by Turkish Pharmacology Association.
Grant application entitled “Effects of exogenously-administered pyrimidines on pyrimidinergic neurotransmission in rats: Interactions with other neurotransmitter systems” was approved by TUBITAK.