H. Alper Thesis Massachusetts Institute Of Technology

She is the recipient of “Best Paper” Award at Evo BIO 2006.Her research interests include bioinformatics, computational genomics, network and pathway oriented analysis of genome-wide association studies and next-generation sequencing datasets; and applications of machine learning, data mining and pattern recognition in bioinformatics.Currently, she is a Ph D student at Waterford Institute of Technology, Ireland.Murat Can received his BSc degree and MSc degree in Computer Science and Engineering from Sabanci University in 2008, and 2010 respectively.He completed his undergraduate thesis in Sezerman Lab at 2011 on protein family classification using structural and sequence motifs.Following his BSc, Sinan has been accepted into MSc in Bioinformatics and Theoretical Systems Biology program at Imperial College London, London, UK.Currently, she is a faculty member at Abdullah Gül University.Cem recieved his BSc degree in Computer Engineering from Izmir Institute of Technology in 2007. in Biological Sciences and Bioengineering from Sabanci University in 20, respectively. She worked as a post-doctoral research fellow in the Sezerman Lab until 2013.

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From 2009 to 2011, she worked at the Department of Computer Engineering, Bahçeşehir University, Istanbul, Turkey.

He completed his MSc thesis titled “Generation of novel random mutagenesis lipase libraries via directed evolution” on September 2013.

He is currently working as a Ph D candidate at UMass Medical School.

She has been graduated from Sezerman Lab in January 2014 with her thesis titled: “Modifications on Protein Termini of Bacillus thermocatenulatus Lipase and Their Impacts on Activity and Stability”.

In her spare time, Hazal is interested in playing flute in a band, and reading novels.

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