Dr. Kadriye Nehir Cosgun received her Ph.D degree in Stem Cell Biology in 2013 from Technical University of Dresden, Germany. Her PhD thesis titled “Kit regulates HSC engraftment across mouse human species barrier.” was supervised by Prof. Dr. Claudia Waskow and awarded with “The Best PhD thesis in 2013” by Center Regenerative Therapies Dresden. For her post-doctoral training she joined the laboratory of Prof. Dr. Markus Müschen at University of California, San Francisco and later at City of Comprehensive Cancer Center, Los Angeles. Dr. Cosgun is interested in Wnt/beta-catenin signaling in B cell malignancies and the role of pre-BCR signaling in B-cell leukemia.
|ASH Abstract Achievement Award||American Society of Hematology||2018, 2019|
|Travel Award||City of Hope Post-doctoral Training Office||2018|
|Best PhD Thesis Award||Center Regenerative Therapies Dresden||2014|
|Best Poster Award||Center Regenerative Therapies Dresden||2012|
|Travel Award||DIGS-BB PhD program||2011|
|Travel Award||Boehringer Ingelheim||2008|