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 Deniz Turkmen

Deniz Turkmen

PhD researcher

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College House, University of Exeter, St Luke's Campus, Heavitree Road, Exeter, EX1 2LU, UK

Overview

Deniz is a PhD researcher in University of Exeter. She is interested in pharmacogenetics epidemiology, exploring the conventional and genetic factors influencing responses to medication in later life.

Qualifications

  • 2018 MPharm – Istanbul University
  • 2020 MSc Health Research Methods – University of Exeter

Research

Research interests

PhD: Pharmacogenetics Epidemiology

MSc: Blood pressure as a predictor of future depression in later life 

Publications

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Journal articles

Pilling LC, Türkmen D, Fullalove H, Atkins JL, Delgado J, Kuo C-L, Kuchel GA, Ferrucci L, Bowden J, Masoli JAH, et al (In Press). Genetic variation in activating clopidogrel: longer-term outcomes in a large community cohort.  Abstract.
Türkmen D, Masoli JAH, Kuo C-L, Bowden J, Melzer D, Pilling LC (In Press). Statin treatment effectiveness and the SLCO1B1*5 reduced function genotype: long-term outcomes in women and men.  Abstract.
Bowden J, Pilling LC, Türkmen D, Kuo C-L, Melzer D (2021). The Triangulation WIthin a STudy (TWIST) framework for causal inference within pharmacogenetic research. PLOS Genetics, 17(9), e1009783-e1009783. Abstract.

Publications by year


In Press

Pilling LC, Türkmen D, Fullalove H, Atkins JL, Delgado J, Kuo C-L, Kuchel GA, Ferrucci L, Bowden J, Masoli JAH, et al (In Press). Genetic variation in activating clopidogrel: longer-term outcomes in a large community cohort.  Abstract.
Türkmen D, Masoli JAH, Kuo C-L, Bowden J, Melzer D, Pilling LC (In Press). Statin treatment effectiveness and the SLCO1B1*5 reduced function genotype: long-term outcomes in women and men.  Abstract.

2021

Bowden J, Pilling LC, Türkmen D, Kuo C-L, Melzer D (2021). The Triangulation WIthin a STudy (TWIST) framework for causal inference within pharmacogenetic research. PLOS Genetics, 17(9), e1009783-e1009783. Abstract.

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