Turkish medical student to work on neuroscience in CERN

By Emrah Guney ISTANBUL A young Turkish researcher is set to become the first to receive a traineeship at Europe’s top nuclear research facility. Ahmet Serdar Mutluer, 23, who is studying at the Faculty of Medicine at the Istanbul-based Bezmialem Vakif University, will work on neuroscience European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN) in Geneva, Switzerland. Mutluer tells Anadolu Agency he applied to the traineeship program six months ago with guidance from the faculty members, taking extra lessons in physics, mathematics and chemistry from other universities. “As a medical student, I will work in the field of neuroscience to create computer models of brain nerve conduction during the traineeship program,” he said. He has already coauthored articles this year in international academic magazines such as Oxidation Communications and the Journal of…

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