Zohre Kurt


Zohre Kurt received her bachelor degrees in Environmental Engineering and Chemical Engineering from METU in 2006 and 2007. She continued her studies in Georgia Institute of Technology where she got masters in Environmental Engineering and Chemistry and Biomolecular Engineering in 2008 and 2011 and afterwards she completed her Ph.D in 2012. After working as a postdoctoral fellow followed by being a researcher in Georgia Tech, she joined Institute of Scientific Research and High Technology, Technical University of Panama and Florida State University in Panama. She is still performing her research affiliated to those institutions.

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Her research line focuses on establishing biodegradation pathways, finding solutions to agricultural contamination, using biomolecular, bioinformatical, microbiological and biochemical techniques to establish decontamination techniques. Her discussions will include information about the techniques that could be used to treat the contaminations in the water bodies in Panama.

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