Mine Sezgin

Mine is a research assistant at the Yale Department of Neurology, Division of Movement Disorders. She was involved in the early phases of the “Mental Imagery in Parkinson’s Disease” project in 2017 and continues to work on the same project. She graduated from the Hacettepe University Faculty of Medicine in Ankara, Turkey. She completed her residency training in Neurology at the Istanbul University Faculty of Medicine. During her residency, she was involved in a wide range of clinical research projects; including studies on Parkinson’s disease, epilepsy, and stroke, and used advanced neuroimaging tools. She has always been fascinated with the implications of functional neuroimaging in neurological disorders. Her neurology residency thesis was entitled ‘Evaluation of High-Risk Individuals for Parkinson's Disease with Clinical and Neuroimaging Methods’.  She has recently completed her public service as a neurologist in Turkey.

Yale Clinical Neurosciences Imaging Center (CNIC)

Clinic Building

789 Howard Avenue,  6th floor 
New Haven, CT 06519