MUNIPHARM talks | PhD studies with Ahmet

In this episode of MUNIPHARM talks, our student ambassador Martina sits down to talk with Ahmet, a PhD student from Turkey, about what led him to move to Brno and study Pharmacology at Masaryk University. 

19 Mar 2024

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In 2019 Ahmet Davut Aksu, a student of  Bezmialem Vakif University in Istanbul, decided to come to Brno for his Erasmus internship. It was a vital experience for him so, he decided to apply for a doctoral study programme at the Faculty of Pharmacy, returned to Brno, got married and now he is an integral part of the Department of Pharmacology and Toxicology.

In his research, he focuses on two main projects. First is the Langendorff isolated heart system and testing the effects of novel synthesized beta-blockers against malignant tachyarrhythmias; in the second, he and his colleagues are analyzing the effect of non-selective addition of plasminogen on the rate of thrombolysis. You can get a glimpse into his fascinating research projects in the highlights from his Instagram takeover

What was Ahmet's journey to get to where he is today, what does he like about Brno and the Czech culture, and does he miss Turkish cuisine? Listen below to find out. 

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