Team members – Ceyla Yorucu

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Ceyla

Ceyla Yorucu

Ceyla studied Chemical Engineering at Swansea University, obtaining a MEng degree in 2009. She then joined the Doctoral Training Centre for Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine where she completed a PhD project based at Sheffield University. Her thesis work involved spectroscopic (Raman) characterisation of engineered skin and melanoma models. Following this, she spent a year at Durham University as a PDRA working on lipid bilayers using TIR Raman Spectroscopy. She joined the Gwenin group in May to work on the CALIN project.

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Education:
2015 – PhD Materials Engineering, Sheffield University.
2009 – MEng Chemical and Bio-process Engineering, Swansea University.
Papers:

 

  1. S Mian, C Yorucu, MS Ullah, IU Rehman, H Colley, Raman spectroscopic analysis of tissue engineered normal, dysplastic and cancerous oral mucosa, J of Tissue Eng and Regen Med, 2016, Early View.
  2. C Yorucu, K Lau, S Mittar, NH Green, A Raza, IU Rehman, S MacNeil, Raman spectroscopy reveals changes to tissue surrounding melanoma using tissue engineered melanoma models, Appl Spect Rev, 2015, 51(4):243-257
  3. S Hussain, C Yorucu, I Ahmed, R Hussain, B Chen, MB Khan, NA Siddique, IU Rehman, Surface modification of Aramid fibres by graphene oxide nano sheets for multi scale polymer composites, Surf Coat Technol, 2014, 258:458-466.
  4. S Ahmed, MA Sheraz, C Yorucu, IU Rehman, Quantitative determination of tolfenamic acid and its pharmaceutical formulation using FTIR and UV spectrometry, C Eur J Chem, 2013, 11(9):1533-1541.


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