OĞUZ SEBİK
Address: Koç University, Rumelifeneri Yolu 34450 Sarıyer Istanbul Turkey
EDUCATION:
Ege University, Izmir, Turkey
PhD, Biophysics, March 2012
“Investigation of the Effects of Extremely Low Frequency Weak Electromagnetic
Fields on Blood Coagulation with Thromboelastography”
GPA: 87.14/100
University of New Haven, West Haven, CT
M. A., Industrial/Organizational Psychology, April 2000
GPA: 3.88
Koç University, Istanbul, Turkey
B.S., Physics, June 1998
GPA: 3.0
Honored with full scholarship from Koç University
Dean’s Honor Roll for Spring ‘95, Fall '97
Koç Scholar for Fall ‘94
Ranked 61st in the National University Placement Examination, 1994, Turkey.
PUBLICATIONS:
Sebik O, Karacan I, Cidem M, Türker KS. High pass filtering and rectification of SEMG as a tool
to demonstrate synchronous motor unit activity during vibration. J Electromyogr Kines.
2014. (In Press)
Yavuz SU, Mrachacz-Kersting N, Sebik O, Unver MB, Farina D, Türker KS. Human stretch
reflex pathways reexamined. J Neurophysiol. 2014;111(3):602-12.
Piotrkiewicz M, Sebik O, Binboga E, Mlozniak D, Kuraszkiewicz B, Türker KS. Double
discharges in human soleus muscle. Front Hum Neurosci. 2013;7.
Sebik O, Karacan I, Cidem M, Türker KS. Rectification of SEMG as a tool to demonstrate
synchronous motor unit activity during vibration. J Electromyogr Kines. 2013;23(2):275-84.
Sagdilek E, Sebik O, Çelebi G. The unforeseen effects of stirring plasma samples from the top
rather than the bottom on aggregation in the aggregometer. Uludağ Medical Journal.
2013;39(3):157-64.
Sagdilek E, Sebik O, Celebi G. Does the magnetic field of a magnetic stirrer in an optical
aggregometer affect concurrent platelet aggregation? Bioelectromagnetics. 2013;34(5):34957.
Sagdilek E, Sebik O, Celebi G. Investigation of the effects of 50 Hz magnetic fields on platelet
aggregation using a modified aggregometer. Electromagn Biol Med. 2012;31(4):382-93.
Türker KS, Sebik O. Reflexes as tools to study functional synaptic connections of human
motoneurons. In Proceedings of 117th International Centre of Biocybernetics Seminar:
Motoneurons: Their Inputs and Outputs; 2011; Warsaw, Poland. p. 51-4.
Sagdilek E, Sebik O, Celebi G. The effects of 1 mT and 5 mT static magnetic fields on platelet
aggregation. Ege Journal of Medicine. 2009;48(2):71-6.
CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS:
Karacan I, Sebik O, Çakar H, Yılmaz G, Cidem M, Kara S, Türker KS. A simple method to
determine whole body vibration induced reflex latency. In: V.L. F, editor. 3rd International
Congress on Neurology and Epidemiology; November 20, 2013; Abu Dhabi / U.A.E 2013. p.
280.
Cakmak YO, Sebik O, Cavdar S, Türker KS. Sphincter of meatus acusticus axternus: musculus
tragicus and musculus antitragicus. 15th National Anatomy Congress; September 5-8, 2013;
Samsun, Turkey 2013. p. 51.
Sebik O, Karacan I, Cidem M, Türker KS. A method for the detection of synchronous activity
of motor units from surface EMG during vibration. 24th National Biophysics Congress, 25–28
September 2012, İstanbul, Turkey.
Türker KS, Sebik O, Yavuz SU, Unver MB, Mrachacz-Kersting N, Farina D. Stretch reflex in
human tibialis anterior motor units. Society for Neuroscience Abstracts; 2011; Washington
Convention Center, DC.
Sebik O, Yavuz SU, Ünver MB, Mrachacz-Kersting N, Farina D, Türker KS. Stretch reflex in
human tibialis anterior motor units. 10th Turkish Neuroscience Congress, April 8-12, 2011,
İstanbul, Turkey.
Sagdilek E, Sebik O, Celebi G. Does the magnetic field of a magnetic stirrer in an optical
aggregometer interfere with concurrent platelet aggregation? Turkish – FEPS Physiology
Congress, September 3-7, 2011, Yeditepe University, Istanbul, Turkey.
Sagdilek E, Sebik O, Celebi G. Unforeseen effects of stirring the plasma sample from the top
rather than from the bottom in the aggregometer on platelet aggregation. 23rd National
Biophysics Congress, September 13–16, 2011, Edirne, Turkey.
Ünver MB, Sebik O, Yavuz SU, Mrachacz-Kersting N, Farina D, Türker KS. Distribution of
muscle spindle afferent input to motoneurons of different sizes. 10th Turkish Neuroscience
Congress, April 8-12, 2011, İstanbul, Turkey.
Sagdilek E, Sebik O. The effects of extremely low frequency magnetic fields on platelet
aggregation. The 2nd International Biophysics Congress and Biotechnology at GAP & the
21st National Biophysics Congress, 4–9 October, 2009, Diyarbakır, Turkey.
Sebik O, Sagdilek E. The effect of extremely low frequency magnetic fields on coagulation
parameters measured by thromboelastography. The 2nd International Biophysics Congress
and Biotechnology at GAP & the 21st National Biophysics Congress, 4–9 October 2009,
Diyarbakır, Turkey.
Sagdilek E, Sebik O, Celebi G. Investigation of the biological effects of low intensity static
magnetic fields by way of platelet aggregation. 5th International Workshop on Biological
Effects of Electromagnetic Fields, September 28 - October 2 2008, Città del Mare, Terrasini,
Palermo, Italy.
Sagdilek E, Sebik O, Celebi G. Effects of static magnetic fields on platelet aggregation. 20th
National Biophysics Congress, 22–25 October 2008, Mersin, Turkey.
WORKS IN PROGRESS:
Karacan I, Çakar H, Sebik O, Yılmaz G, Cidem M, Kara S, Türker KS. A new method to
determine reflex latency induced by high rate stimulation of the nervous system. (Under
review).
Yılmaz G, Ungan P, Sebik O, Uginčius P, Türker KS. Interference of tonic muscle activity on
the EEG: A single motor unit study. (Under review).
Haavik H, Niazi IK, Duehr J, Kinget M, Uginčius P, Sebik O, Yılmaz G, Türker KS. Chiropractic
alters TMS induced motor neuronal excitability. (In preparation).
Karacan I, Sebik O, Çakar H, Yılmaz G, Cidem M, Kara S, Türker KS. The Latency of the Reflex
Muscular Activity Induced by Whole Body Vibration. (In preparation).
Uginčius P, Yılmaz G, Sebik O, Türker KS. Reflex responses of the human masseter muscle to
electrical lip stimulation. (In preparation).
Yavuz SU, Negro F, Holobar A, Sebik O, Türker KS, Farina D. Measurement of reflex responses
of large populations of motor units in various contraction levels. (In preparation).
WORKSHOPS GIVEN
Instructor at the one day workshop at the 9th International Symposium on Computer
Science in Sport. Workshop title: on Feedback Control of Movement (Reflexes). June 18,
2013, Istanbul, Turkey.
(Upcoming) Instructor at the one day workshop at National Neuroscience Congress.
Workshop title: Determining Human Neuronal Pathways Using Frequency Analysis Methods.
May 28, 2014, Istanbul, Turkey.
REFEREE/REVIEWER:
Journal of Electromyography and Kinesiology, Bioelectromagnetics.
AWARDS:
Was awarded the Danish Government Scholarship in 2010 to work in the project titled
"Spindle input to human motoneurons" at the Center for Sensory Motor Interaction, Aalborg
University, Aalborg, Denmark.
WORK EXPERIENCE:
July 11 – Current
Post-doctoral Researcher, School of Medicine, Koç University,
İstanbul, TURKEY
Facilitator at Students’ Physiology Laboratory of Prof. Kemal
Türker
Nov. 06 – July 11
Research Assistant, Ege University, İzmir, TURKEY
Oct. 01 – Oct. 04
Founding Partner, Dreammills Design and Advertising, Izmir,
TURKEY
Oct. 00 – April 01
Facilities Programs Coordinator, The Institute for Urban Family
Health, New York, NY, USA
Dec. 99 - March 00
HR Intern, Veeder-Root, Simsbury, CT, USA
LANGUAGE SKILLS:
Turkish (native), English (excellent), German (intermediate), Italian (intermediate)
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