Kazim Sahin graduated from the School of Veterinary Medicine, Ankara University, Turkey, in 1990. He is working for Firat University. His research focuses mainly on vitamin and mineral metabolism, cancer prevention, stress, and obesity. He has been very active internationally with collaborative research projects and international conferences conducted with scientists in USA, Germany, Belgium, and Poland. He organized the First International Congress on Nutrition and Cancer in Antalya, Turkey, in May 2008. He was also the first to report that dietary lycopene intake prevents leiomyoma in the Japanese quail in collaboration with medical researchers at Wayne State University, Detroit, USA. He has approximately 120 original papers in peer-reviewed international journals and review articles.
Biography Updated on 18 April 2010