Biomaterials are generally defined as materials that are produced by processes that mimic biological phenomena and have properties allowing them to be compatible with living tissue. Due to their structural and functional properties, they are revolutionizing many aspects of protective and therapeutic health services
, such as innovative and diagnostic techniques, drug delivery systems, tissue replacement and repair technologies.
Biomaterials, Biomechanics, and Bioelectronics Research Group; is making pioneer studies on biomaterials and biosensors research by combining the expertise of material science and medical devices with state-of-art knowledge of biological agents in order to generate new know-how and innovative product ideas for the biomedical sector. In addition, we provide test analysis and R&D services to the institutions and organizations that operate in the field of medical devices in our country.
The main focus areas of the group are;
Biosensors for patient monitoring, Bio-MEMS, early detection of infections and diseases, and medical devices targeting mainly the musculoskeletal and cardiovascular systems, mechanical studies at cellular and tissue level and drug delivery systems