Alpaslan Dedeoglu is an Associate Professor of Neurology at Boston University
Dr. Alpaslan Dedeoglu received his MD from the Istanbul University School of Medicine and completed a pharmacology program at the Marmara University in 1992. During and after his pharmacology program he worked at the University of Arizona, Ohio State University, and Massachusetts General Hospital; he then joined Boston University in 2000. Dr. Dedeogluâ€™s major research interests are neuroanatomy, neuropathology, and the neurochemistry of animal models of neurodegenerative disorders. His labs are located at the Boston VA Medical Center. Dr. Dedeoglu is the PI of several ongoing projects that are funded by the NIH, VA, and private foundations.
Dr. Dedeogluâ€™s research interests include the following: neuroanatomy, immunocytochemistry, histochemistry of the brain, neuropathological and neurochemical basis of neurological disorders, and animal models of neurological diseases. He also works with therapeutic trials in rodent models of neurodegenerative disorders.