Ruchan EKREN

Research Interests

I am interested in unraveling the interactions among biological samples (mainly, cancer biology related cases) with the utilization of bioinformatics approaches. The primary expertise of mine is within the focus of transcriptome analysis. 
Currently, an oncoimmunology project of mine is focused on the scrutinization of the NK-Cell and T-Cell exhaustion phenotype at Multiple Myeloma with the analysis of single-cell and bulk RNA-Seq data.
I am a joint member of the team NetB(IO)² and Martinet Lab at CRCT.

Publications

High‐throughput profiling reveals perturbation of endoplasmic reticulum stress‐related genes in atherosclerosis induced by high‐cholesterol diet and the protective role of vitamin E - BioFactors - 2020
Response Assessment With Molecular Characterization of Circulating Tumor Cells and Plasma MicroRNA Profiling in Patients With Locally Advanced Breast Cancer During Neoadjuvant Chemotherapy - Clinical Breast Cancer - 2020
Ameliorative potential of Lavandula stoechas in metabolic syndrome via multitarget interactions - Journal of Ethnopharmacology - 2018

Research Area
Education

2020- Present : Biology, Health, Biotechnology Doctoral School of Paul Sabatier University of Toulouse III, France
2017-2020 : Biostatistics and Bioinformatics, MSc - Acibadem University, Turkey
2010-2017 : Molecular Biology and Genetics, BSc - Izmir Institute of Technology, Turkey