Levent Karagenç M.D

levent-karagencCurriculum vitae for Dr. Levent Karagenç
Name : Levent KARAGENÇ
Date of birth :13/12/1967
Education : Ph.D.

Degree

School/Program

University

Year

Undergraduate

Faculty of Veterinary Medicine

Ankara University

1989

Ph.D.

College of Agricultural and Life Sciences

North Carolina State University

1998

Positions:

Title of the position

Institute

Year

Research assistant

Kafkas University, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine

1989-1991

Ph.D. student

North Carolina State University, ABD

1994-1998

Post-doctoral fellow

North Carolina State University, ABD

1998-1999

Post-doctoral fellow

University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, ABD

1999-2000

Clinical embryologist

IVF Unit, German Hospital, Istanbul

2000-2001

Research associate

Colorado Center for Reproductive Medicine, Denver, ABD

2001-2002

Laboratory Director

IVF Unit, German Hospital, Istanbul

2002-2003

Director of R&D Department

IVF Unit, German Hospital, Istanbul

2003-2005

Reserve Army Officer

Military Veterinary School, Gemlik, Bursa

2005-2006

Lecturer

Adnan Menderes University, Bozdogan Vocational High School

2006-25.12.2007

Assistant Professor

Adnan Menderes University, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Department of Histology-Embryology

26.12.2007-25.01.2011

Associate Professor

Adnan Menderes University, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Department of Histology-Embryology

25.01.2011-24.04.2016

Professor

Adnan Menderes University, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Department of Histology-Embryology

25.04.2016-

Grants:

Title and the year

Funding Organization

Responsibility

Budget and duration

Characterization of chicken and quail amniotic cells for the expression of some of the stem cell markers, 2009-2010

TÜBİTAK (108O848)

Principal Investigator

24,950.00 (₺)

Effect of in vitro mouse embryo culture and embryo transfer on the expression of toll-like receptors in fetal lung tissue, 2012-2016

TÜBİTAK

COST BM1201 (112O259)

Principal Investigator

394,800.00 (₺)

An investigation on miRNAs involved in the regulation of glucose metabolism in the liver tissue in adult mice obtained through in vitro embryo culture and embryo transfer, 2014-

TÜBİTAK (1140743)

Principal Investigator

433,100.00 (₺)

Investigation of the oncogenic potential of protein phosphatase PPM1D/Wip1 in human non hodgkin lymphoma, 2014-

TÜBİTAK (214S200)

Adviser

476,500.00 (₺)

Expression of brain-derived-neurotrophic factor (BDNF) in mice generated by in vitro fertilization/embryo culture, 2015-2016.

TÜBİTAK

BİDEP 2216

Superviser

Publications

1.​ Karagenç L, Sandikci M. (2013). Contribution of cells derived from the area pellucida to extraembryonic mesodermal cell lineages in heterospecific quail chick blastodermal chimeras. Cells Tissues Organs, 197, 114-126.

2.​ Karagenç, L., Türkyılmaz, K., Sandıkçı, M. (2011). Timing of the Ovariectomy Operation Effects the Survival of Newly-hatched Chicks. Kafkas Üniversitesi Veteriner Fakültesi Dergisi, 17, 923-926.

3.​ Türkyılmaz, M.K., Karagenç, L., Fidan, E. (2010). Sexing of newly-hatched chicks using DNA isolated from chorio-allantoic membrane samples by polymerase chain reaction in Denizli chicken. British Poultry Science, 51, 525-529.

4.​ Karagenc, L., Sandıkçı, M. (2010). Tissue distribution of cells derived from the area opacain heterospecific quail-chick blastodermal chimeras. Journal of Anatomy, 216, 16-22.

5.​ Ciray, H.N., Karagenc, L., Ulug, U., Bener, F. and Bahceci, M. (2006). Early cleavage morphology affects the quality and implantation potential of day 3 embryos. Fertil Steril., 85, 358-65.

6.​ Karagenc, L., Lane, M., and Gardner, D. (2005). Granulocyte macrophage colony stimulating factor (GM-CSF) stimulates mouse blastocyst ICM development only when culture conditions are suboptimal. Reproductive Biomedicine Online, 10, 511-518.

7.​ Ciray, H.N., Karagenc, L., Ulug, U., Bener, F., and Bahceci, M. (2005). Use of both early cleavage and day 2 mononucleation to predict embryos with high implantation potential in intracytoplasmic sperm injection cycles. Fertil Steril., 84, 1411-1416.

8.​ Ulug, U., Bener, F., Karagenc, L., Ciray, N. and Bahceci, M. (2005). Outcomes in couples undergoing ICSI: comparison between fresh and frozen-thawed surgically retrieved spermatozoa. Int J Androl., 28, 343-349.

9.​ Bahceci, M., Ciray, H.N., Karagenc, L., Ulug, U., and Bener, F. (2005). Effect of oxygen concentration during the incubation of embryos of women undergoing ICSI and embryo transfer: a prospective randomized study. Reproductive Biomedicine Online, 11, 438-443.

10.​ Ciray, N., Bener F, Karagenc, L, Ulug U, Bahceci M. (2005). Impact of assisted hatching on ART outcome in women with endometriosis. Human Reproduction, 20, 2546-2549.

11.​ Karagenc, L., Yalçın, E., Ulug, U., and Bahceci, M. (2004). Administration of increasing amounts of gonadotrophin compromises preimplantation development of parthenogenetic mouse embryos. Reproductive Biomedicine Online, 8, 628-634.

12.​ Karagenc, L., Lane, M., and Gardner, D. (2004). Estradiol, cyclodextrin-encapsulated 17ß-estradiol and the estradiol solubilizer 2-hydroxypropyl-ß-cyclodextrin impair preimplantation mouse embryo development. Reproductive Biomedicine Online, 9, 280-286.

13.​ Karagenc, L.,Sertkaya, Z., Ciray, N., Ulug, U., and Bahceci, M. (2004). Impact of oxygen concentration on embryonic development of mouse zygotes. Reproductive Biomedicine Online, 9, 415-423.

14.​ Brinster, C.J., Ryu, B.Y., Avarbock, M.R., Karagenc, L., Brinster, R. L., and Orwig, K.E. (2003). Restoration of fertility by germ cell transplantation requires effective recipient preparation. Biology of Reproduction, 69, 412-420.

15.​ Karagenc, L. and Petitte, J. N. (2000). Soluble factors and the emergence of chick primordial germ cells in vitro. Poultry Science, 79, 80-85.

16.​ Petitte, J. N., Karagenc, L., and Ginsburg, M. (1997). The origin of the avian germ line and transgenesis in birds. Poultry Science, 76, 1084-1092.

17.​ Karagenc, L., Cinnamon, Y., Ginsburg, M., and Petitte, J. N. (1996). Origin of primordial germ cells in the prestreak chick embryo. Developmental Genetics, 19, 290-301.

18.​ Petitte, J. N. and Karagenc, L. (1996). Growth factors during early events in avian embryo development. Poultry and Avian Biology Reviews, 7, 75-87.