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Alper Cevirgel

Visiting Fellow

Alper Cevirgel completed his undergraduate degree in Molecular Biology & Genetics at Bogazici University. Afterwards, he moved to the Netherlands and joined the MPhil programme in Molecular Mechanisms of Disease at Radboud University. For his MPhil thesis project, he is now working in Prof Persephone Borrow's group under the supervision of Isabela Pedroza-Pacheco. His project focuses on the characterisation of the regulatory subtypes in germinal centres and investigating their role in modulating immune responses.