Prof. Ismail Tuncer DEGIM
Prof. Dr. İsmail Tuncer DEGIM graduated from Ankara University Faculty of Pharmacy in 1985. He completed his master's degree at Gazi University Faculty of Pharmacy in 1988. He completed his doctoral dissertation in 1996 at Cardiff University, Cardiff School of Pharmacy, University of Wales in England. He became a full Professor at Gazi University Faculty of Pharmacy in 2009 and served as the Dean of Gazi University Faculty of Pharmacy between 2012-2016. He has been working at Biruni University Faculty of Pharmacy since 2016. He is currently serving as a Dean.
He has more than 55 national and international articles; He has various book chapters, has been on the referee boards of Hacettepe University Journal of the Faculty of Pharmacy, Journal of Biophysical Chemistry and is currently in the referee board of the journals Pharmaceutical Science and Technology, Asian Chemistry Letters, Austin Chromatography, ACTA Pharmaceutica Sciencia, Pharmaceutical Drug Regulatory Affairs Journal. Turkey clinics and serves on the Advisory Board of the Journal of Pharmacy Sciences.
He supervised 11 master's and doctoral theses and worked as an executive or researcher in 16 Scientific and Technological Research Council of Turkey projects and various scientific projects. He has many patents, such as 1Method for measuring blood urea level by reverse iontophoresis1, (US7231242, EP1526891, AT480296, CN100431641), 1Cartridge for electrohmodialysi1s (US8057680, RU2323015, TR200401118, CN100518837), 1Extended release fluvastatin tablet1 (TR200800634)He had Novartis publication award in 2005 (Third prize, "T. DEĞIM, J. HADGRAFT, S. ILBASMIS, Y. OZKAN," Prediction of skin penetration using artificial neural network (ANN) modeling ", J. Pharm. Sci., 92: 656-664 (2003). He also received the Pharmacy Award of Mustafa Nevzat Pharmaceuticals in 2012 with PhD student Sibel İlbasmış Tamer for her phD thesis.
Prof.Dr. I. Tuncer Degim has been working with controlled release systems, iontophoresis, passage of active substances through the skin, drug formulations, generic formulation development, application of optimization techniques to pharmaceutical technology, nanotechnology, aerospace pharmacy, carbon nanotubes, boron nitrite nanotubes and quantum dots.