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Didem Ag Seleci

Dr. rer. nat., Research Associate
PVZ - Franz-Liszt Str. 35A R. 355
Tel. +49 (531) 3 91-65555
Fax +49 (531) 3 91-96 33
Mail d.ag-seleci@tu-bs.de

 Didem Ag Seleci

Responsibilities

  • Nanomaterial functionalization and bio-applications
  • Coordination of the seminar program "inTU"

Curriculum vitae

Since 2018 Research associate at iPAT
2014-2017 PhD in Chemistry, Institute for Technical Chemistry, Leibniz University Hannover,Dissertation: „Design and application of niosomal drug delivery systems“
2014 Research associate in Department of Medical Biochemistry, Trakya University, (Edirne/Turkey)
2011-2013 Masters degree in Biochemistry, Ege University (Izmir/Turkey), Masterthesis: „ Design and characterization of quantum dots for in vitro cell Imaging and investigation of their interactions with various cancer cells“
2006-2011 Bachelor degree in Biochemistry, Ege University (Izmir/Turkey)

Publications (selection)

[1] D. Ag Seleci, M. Seleci, F. Stahl, T. Scheper. Tumor homing peptide-conjugated niosomes as multi-drug carriers for tumor-targeted drug delivery, RCS Advances, 2017, 7, 33378-33384.
[2] M .Seleci, D. Ag Seleci, F. Stahl, T. Scheper. Theranostic liposome-nanoparticle hybrids for drug delivery and bioimaging, International Journal of Molecular Science, 2017, 18, 1415
[3] D. Ag Seleci, M. Seleci, A. Jochums, J.G. Walter, F. Stahl, T. Scheper. Aptamer mediated niosomal drug delivery, RCS Advances, 2016, 6, 87910–87918.
[4] D. Ag Seleci, M. Seleci, J.G. Walter, F. Stahl, T. Scheper. Niosomes as Nanoparticular Drug Carriers: Fundamentals and Recent Applications, Journal of Nanomaterials, 2016, Direktzugriff
[5] M. Seleci, D. Ag Seleci, M. Ciftci, D. Odaci Demirkol, F. Stahl, S. Timur, T. Scheper, Y. Yagci. Nano-structured Amphiphilic Star-Hyperbranched Block Copolymers for Drug Delivery, Langmuir, 2015, 31, 4542–4551.
[6] D. Ag, R. Bongartz, L. Eral Dogan, M. Seleci, J. G. Walter, D. Odaci Demirkol, F. Stahl, S. Ozcelik, S. Timur, T. Scheper. Biofunctional Quantum dots as Fluorescence Probe for Cell Specific Targeting, Colloids and Surfaces B, 2014,114, 96–103.
[7] D. Ag, M. Seleci, R. Bongartz, M. Can, S. Yurteri, I. Cianga, F. Stahl, S. Timur, T. Scheper, Y. Yagci. From Invisible Structures of SWCNT towards Fluorescent and Targeting Architectures for Cell Imaging, Biomacromolecules, 2013, 14, 3532-3541.
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Staff alphabetical
A

Didem Ag Seleci
Lena Arndt

B

Matthäus Barasinski
Mattis Batzer
Steffen Beitz
Kerstin Bloch
Tanja Boll
Sven Brandt
Sandra Breitung-Faes
Christine Friederike Burmeister
Ann-Christin Böttcher

C

Anderson Chagas

D

Alexander Diener
Marcel Dittmer
Stefan Doose

E

Reza Ebrahimifard

F

Benedikt Finke
Jan Henrik Finke
Greta Fragnière

G

Georg Garnweitner
Jessica Gerstenberg
Konstantinos Giannis
Laura Gottschalk
Nico Grotkopp

H

Matthias Haarmann
Alexander Hahn
Wolfgang Haselrieder
Laura Helmers
Tanja Henkens
Detlev Hille
Moritz Hofer
Nina Hommola
Marcella Horst
Fabienne Huttner

I

Dimitri Ivanov
Stoyan Ivanov

J

René Jagau
Annelise Jean-Fulcrand
Ernst Jelting
Eun Ju Jeon

K

Ingo Kampen
Erik Kariger
Lennart Kleinfeldt
Jan-Michael Kröhnke
Kerstin Krüger
Marta Kubiak
Arno Kwade
Matthias Künne

L

Melanie Lenz
Thomas Loellhoeffel
Arne Lüddecke

M

Jil Mann
Viktor Maurer
Julian Mayer
Sebastian Melzig
Peter Michalowski
Stephanie Michel
Palanivel Molaiyan
Robin Moschner
Jannes Müller

N

Alexander Neuberger
Louise Niemeyer
Markus Nöske

O

Achim Overbeck

P

Christoph Peppersack
Julian Cedric Porsiel
Paul Prziwara
Daniel Puckhaber

R

Sina Rahlfs
Axel Rosenkranz

S

Reza Saadat
Sophie Sachse
Clara Sangrós
Carsten Schilde
Joachim Schneider
Daniela Scholz
Alexander Schoo
Marcel Schrader
Julia Schulte
Marius Schulz
Gerrit Schälicke
Dominik Steckermeier
David Sterling
Uwe Stüwe
Ruoheng Sun

T

Bilal Temel
Christoph Thon
Ann-Kathrin Thurm
Marius Tidau

V

Sagar Tirumani Vemula
Daniel Vogt
Jeroen Volbeda
Karl Vorländer

W

Martin Wewers
Eike Wiegmann
Lisa Windisch
Silas Wolf
Maike Sophie Wullenweber
Isabell Wünsch

Z

Ajmal Zarinwall
Harald Zetzener