The role of interaction between the immune system and HPA-axis in the pathogenesis of mood disorders
Kübra studied Molecular Biology and Genetics at Bilkent University. In undergraduate years, she participated in Radboud Summer School in Radboud UMC, Medical Immunology Department. Throughout her senior year, she worked in Erbay Lab, Department of Molecular Biology and Geneticss, Bilkent University. She, then, studied Cognitive Science at Boğaziçi University and has been a member of the PsychoEpigenetics Lab since June 2019. She is, now, a Ph.D student in the Psychobiology program at Boğaziçi University. She is interested in the role of interaction between the immune system and HPA-axis in the pathogenesis of mood disorders.
Poster Presentation, "Insight as Invention of Relational Reference Systems: Emerging Cognitive Maps in Spatial and Non-Spatial Contexts" at International Symposium on Brain and Cognitive Science (ISBCS) 2018, Istanbul Turkey
Poster Presentation, "Lateralized Tympanic Temperature Responses to Listening to Words" at EBBS-EBPS Verona 2015 Joint Meeting, Verona, Italy