Dr. Özge TEMİZ was graduated from Biology Department of Faculty of Science and Letters, Cukurova University, Turkey. She were graduated M.Sc (2012) and Ph.D (2017) in Biology/Biochemical Toxicology. PHD studies awarded TURKEY Scientific and Technological Research Council of Turkey (TUBITAK). She has 12 publications and contributed in 10 research projects, attended more than 25 international and national conferences. Her research focuses on toxicology studies and she works in nano metal oxides, pesticides, endocrine disruptive chemicals, pharmaceuticals, metals. The toxic effects of these agents are investigated in the antioxidant parameters of enzymatic and non-enzymatic in the tissues of model animal. She has published research articles on ecotoxicological effects. She has been reviewing many research articles for the peer reviewed journals.
Dr. Özge TEMİZ research interests are Glutathione Metabolism, Antioxidant System and Antioxidant Compounds; Effects of toxic chemicals such as pesticides and nano metal oxides on Glutathione Redox Cycle (GSH, GSSG content, GSH/GSSG ratio), Glutathione Related Enzyme Activities (GST, GPx, GR). Oxidative Stress and Stress Proteins: Determination of oxidative stress potential of pesticides and nano metal oxides by analyzing lipid peroxidation (TBARS) and heat shock protein (stress protein) level in different tissues of model animals.