Öğrenci Projeleri


Pharmacology Project

Subject: Medical prescription

A prescription is a written order by a physician directing the pharmacist to prepare or dispense pharmacological agents/medications for the diagnosis, prevention or treatment of a disease.

We will collect and study prescriptions from different patients visiting different doctors in Medicana International Hospital and analyze the recipies from different aspects.

Advisor of The Project:

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Müge Tecder

Students in The Project:

Mujtaba Safaa Abdulrasool
Sara Fakfouka
Naif Egehan Çelik
Mert Elivar
Ahoora Hassankhani


Pathology Project

Subject: Physical examination of the skin lesions

Students will learn how to do a skin examination by inspection of the subject’s back and leg regions.

They will use an application to document the lesions, file the findings, analyse the results and produce a report.

Advisor of The Project:

Asst. Prof. Dr. Esin Boduroğlu

Students in The Project:

Buse Öztürk
Ebyan Mohamed Igal
Huda Amer Mirdan Al-Fatlawi
Ceren Melissa Akkaya
Büşra Okumuş


Anatomy Project

Subject: Superficial anatomical structures and their clinical importance

Superficial anatomical structures have a great importance fort he localization of muscles, vessels, nerves and internal organs. The aim of the Project study is to gain the knowledge of superficial anatomy and its clinicall applications.

In the Students’ Congress of 2019-2010 education year; this subject will be presented and will be discussed in a panel.

Advisor of The Project:

Prof. Dr. Mustafa F. Sargon

Students in The Project:

Hatice Kübra Baştürk
Aylin Yeşim Burç
Ahmed Maher Ahmed Ahmed
April Htoon


Medical Biochemistry Project:

Subject: Cannabinoid System in Cancer Treatment

Cannabinoids are lipid structured cannabis ligands which are found endogenously in humans and exogenously in plants. Cannabinoids have been reported to promote apoptosis in various cancer cells.

Advisor of The Project:

Prof. Dr. Nedret Kılıç

Students in The Project:

Begüm Duru
Oğuz Tekin
Abdallah Tariq Yousef Othman
Muna Ali Mohammad Mansour


Histology Project

Subject: Histological preparation and staining

Histology is the microscopic study of animal and plant cell and tissues through staining and sectioning and examining them under a microscope (electron or light microscope). There are various methods used to study tissue characteristics and microscopic structures of the tissue. Histological studies are used in forensic investigations, autopsy, diagnosis and in education. In addition, histology is used extensively in medicine especially in the study of diseased tissues to aid treatment.

In our project, firstly, literatures about the subject will be researched from related databases. Then, tissue process steps such as the tissue fixation, dehydration, paraffin embedding, sectioning and various histochemical staining will be examined through the literatures. Different tissues which were stained by different histochemical stains visualized with the camera.

Advisor of The Project:

Asst. Prof. Dr. Nuriye Ezgi Bektur

Students in The Project:

Mehmet Server Tuğ
Kalben Şenarısoy
Rashed Yahia Mahmoud Shajarah
Lien Metouli


Cardiovascular Surgery Project: 'Determination of the Incidence of Venous Insufficiency among Healthcare Professionals by Plethysmography'

Participants of the study: Medical school students (max 4). At least one or two must speak Turkish fluently to communicate with volunteers.
Basics of the study: Venous insufficiency of the lower extremities is a common health problem among society. Symptoms may vary from minor skin changes to ulceration of legs. Certain occupational groups are at risk. The aim of the study is to detect venous insufficiency among healthcare professionals to determine the incidence among this high-risk group. Plethysmography is an easy, fast and non-invasive technique for detection of venous insufficiency. 

Target population of study: Healthcare professionals at Medicana International Ankara Hospital (target is 100 volunteers).

Methods: The study group must learn basics of circulatory system and venous insufficiency of the lower extremities. Literature search is mandatory. Attendance to Medicana Hospital for meetings and examination of volunteers is mandatory (after lectures of the medical school!).


  1. Forming of the study group.
  2. Free study time to search basics of the topic.
  3. First meeting(s) : Decide a communication method within the study group. Discuss about the topic. Learn effective methods and tools for a scientific search. Next steps; Hypothesis, Methods and Planning.
  4. Application to the ethics committee. Ethics procedures from beginning to end.
  5. Examination of volunteers and data collection.
  6. Analysis of collected data.
  7. Last meeting (s): Discussion and conclusion of the study.
  8. Write out a paper!

Advisor of The Project:

Asst. Prof. Dr. M.F.Tolga Soyal

Students in The Project:

Öykü Kilci
Sayed Moein Mortazavian Dehkordi
Pelin Terzi
Kay Thari Zaw


Medical Biology and Genetics Project

Subject: Overall Goal: To give skills and knowledge of developing a comprehensive proposal

This class will provide you with an overview of how to write a standard project proposal to a foundation. It will include:

Gather the information needed to create a complete grant proposal

The basic elements of a proposal

Identify “red flags” in project proposals

Create a competitive proposal package for institutional grantmakers

The "do's" and "don'ts" of writing and submitting a proposal

Know how and when to follow up with funders after submitting a proposal.

Advisor of The Project:

Asst. Prof. Dr. Sevil Köse

Students in The Project:

Ali Rahman Pour
Ayyüce Kasal
Khotan Sardari
Evin Süslü


Nephrology and Internal Medicine Project

Subject: Magnesium

Magnesium is a cofactor in more than 300 enzyme systems that regulate diverse biochemical reactions in the body, including protein synthesis, muscle and nerve function, blood glucose control, and blood pressure regulation. Magnesium is required for energy production, oxidative phosphorylation, and glycolysis. Low intakes of magnesium induce changes in biochemical pathways that can increase the risk of various diseases. The main focus of this project will be on the relation of magnesium with hypertension, kidney and  cardiovascular disease, type 2 diabetes and osteoporosis,

The projects includes three steps:

  • write a review about magnesium: importance in general health and kidney disease    patients,
  • to prepare a power point presentation about their data
  • to make a report to be published in a Turkish newspaper 

Advisor of The Project:

Prof. Dr. Siren Sezer

Students in The Project:

Dima Adel Zohdi Haroun
Fatma Sima Kuvan
Hande Maraş
Saleh Wael Saleh Suleiman


Subject of Project: Awareness, Attitudes, and Practices of the Medical and nonmedical school studens related  to  SARS-2 Coronavirus Pandemic 

Types of Research Method: Face to face survey

Preliminary preparation: Students will be informed about questionnaire techniques and questions will be prepared  together.

Participants:  Approximately 60-80  nonmedical students  at university who were randomly selected  and agreed to be in the study would be enrolled the survey.

Evaluation of the study:  Answers will analyzed through percentage  distribution  and the results will be interpreted.

Study duration: This study will be done as a preliminary study. After then questions and answers will be revised and  a comprehensive project will be prepared for the future study.

Advisor of The Project:

Prof. Dr. Necla Tülek

Students in The Project:

Deren  Gürbüz
Lala Abbasova
Zahra Keyhanifar
Nida Zeynep Çorsuz


Physiology Project

Subject:  The effect of smoking on vital signs and pulmonary function tests in healthcare professionals

Subject:  The effect of smoking on vital signs and pulmonary function tests in healthcare professionals

Participants: Medical school students

Basics: Smoking harms the body, causes many diseases, and reduces the health of smokers in general and is one of the the leading preventable causes of death.

Aim: To evaluate the ratio of smokers in healthcare professionals. To measure the vital signs and pulmonary vital signs.

Target population: Healthcare professionals at Atilim University and Medicana Intrenational Ankara Hospital

Advisor of The Project:

Asst. Prof. Dr. Ali Dursun

Students in The Project:

Ece Kasım
Farima Ebrahimi
Damla Zeynep Güngör
Ahmad Omar Ali Alka'abneh
Maryam Tahernejad
Shayan Nouri



Subject:  Epidemiology of childhood cancers

Advisor of The Project:

Prof. Dr. Dr Suna Emir

Students in The Project:

Shahad Mohammed Saddam
Ahmed Mohammed Salman Al-Adilee
Nevzat Berk Taylan
Hasan Bölükbaşı