Nevim Aygun received her Medical Biology and Genetics Ph.D. in Health Sciences. She is interested in cancer, molecular biology, human genetics, cytogenetics, molecular cytogenetics, genomics, and bioinformatics. She has participated in many research projects on neuroblastoma, human gross gene deletions, non-B DNA-forming sequences, solid tumors, HCV, and leukemia, resulted in six articles, one book chapter, and numerous reports. She performed many molecular biological methods: PCR, real-time PCR, bacterial transformation, plasmid vector transfection, RNA interference, fluorescence in situ hybridization (FISH), cytogenetic, DNA sequencing, and cell culture. She also performed genomics and biostatistics analyses using some bioinformatics tools and SPSS program. She reviewed several manuscripts for some medical, genetics, and genomics journals. She is the Managing Editor of a special issue in Frontiers in Bioscience now.