Nazarbayev University

PEOPLE

Cevat Erisken, PhD
Principal Investigator
Associate Professor

Chemical and Materials Engineering
53 Kabanbay Batyr Avenue
Block3 Room 522
Nur-Sultan, Kazakhstan
Tel: (+7) 717 2704898
Email: cevat.erisken@nu.edu.kz

Research Impact:
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Full Time Researchers

Amina Amanzhanova, BSc
Research Assistant

Chemical and Materials Engineering
53 Kabanbay Batyr Avenue
Block3 Room 434
Nur-Sultan, Kazakhstan

Amina Amanzhanova is working on Ligament/Tendon regeneration. Her current work focuses on the characterization of native ACL tissue in terms of structural and compositional properties and changes observed upon injury.  She is also working on the fabrication of nano-based scaffolds utilized to mimic natural environments for the ligament/tendon cells in vitro.

Project Title           : "Investigation of collagen fiber diameter in bovine anterior cruciate ligament"
Funding Source     : Social Policy Grant, Nazarbayev University,
Funding Amount    : USD 10,000

 

Project Title           : "Fibrochondrogenic differentiation of mesenchymal stem cells through chemical stimulation"
Funding Source     : Competitive Grant, Nazarbayev University,
Funding Amount    : USD 100,000

Graduate Students

Fariza Mukasheva, BSc
MSc Student

Chemical and Materials Engineering
53 Kabanbay Batyr Avenue
Block3 Room 434
Nur-Sultan, Kazakhstan

Fariza Mukasheva is working on Rotator Cuff Tendon regeneration. Her current work focuses on the fabrication of nano-fiber based scaffolds enriched with spatially controlled molecules to mimic the structure of native tendon bone insertion at the shoulder. Fariza designs and fabricates biomimetic scaffolds incorporated with TGF-β3, investigates the release of TGF-β3 from fibers with different diameters.

Projects Involved   : "Fibrochondrogenic differentiation of mesenchymal stem cells through chemical stimulation"
Funding Source      : Competitive Grant, Nazarbayev University,
Funding Amount    : USD 100,000

Undergraduate Students

Ainur Zhanbassynova
BSc Student

Chemical and Materials Engineering
53 Kabanbay Batyr Avenue
Block3 Room 434
Nur-Sultan, Kazakhstan

Ainur Zhanbassynova is working on ACL regeneration and Rotator Cuff Tendon regeneration. Her current work focuses on the TEM characterization of native and injured ACL tissue and scaffold fabrication for tendon regeneration.

Projects Involved   : "Fibrochondrogenic differentiation of mesenchymal stem cells through chemical stimulation"
Funding Source      : Competitive Grant, Nazarbayev University,
Funding Amount    : USD 100,000

Gulzada Kulzhanova
BSc Student

Chemical and Materials Engineering
53 Kabanbay Batyr Avenue
Block3 Room 434
Nur-Sultan, Kazakhstan

Gulzada Kulzhanova is working on ACL regeneration and Rotator Cuff Tendon regeneration. Her current work focuses on the TEM characterization of native and injured ACL tissue and scaffold fabrication for tendon regeneration.

Projects Involved   : "Fibrochondrogenic differentiation of mesenchymal stem cells through chemical stimulation"
Funding Source      : Competitive Grant, Nazarbayev University,
Funding Amount    : USD 100,000

Alumni

Zhuldyz Beisbayeva, MSc

Email: zhuldyz.beisbayeva@nu.edu.kz

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