Hacettepe University, Türkiye
Goksel Guven was born in Turkiye. He obtained his MD diploma from Ankara University Faculty of Medicine in 2008. He fully specialized in internal medicine at Hacettepe University Faculty of Medicine (Department of Internal Medicine) in 2013 and intensive care medicine at Ankara University Faculty of Medicine (Department of Intensive Care) in 2017.
During his education in intensive care, he worked as a research fellow at Erasmus Medical Center, Department of Cardiology, Division of Heart Failure (Rotterdam, the Netherlands) in 2017. Then, he started to work as a research fellow at Erasmus Medical Center, Department of Intensive Care (Rotterdam, the Netherlands) for two years between 2017-2019. He also started his Ph.D. with the title “Microcirculatory alterations in critically ill patients and the effect of venous congestion on kidney function” under the supervision of Prof. Can Ince at Erasmus Medical Center, Department of Intensive Care, Rotterdam, the Netherlands. In addition to his clinical work, he did translational research at the Academic Medical Center, Department of Translational Physiology (Amsterdam, the Netherlands) between 2016-2019. He mainly focused on tissue oxygenation and microcirculatory assessment using hand-held video microscopes and laser-based monitoring techniques. His main fields of investigation are advanced heart failure, acute kidney injury, cardiorenal syndrome, hemodynamic monitoring, shock, and microcirculation.
Dr. Guven works as an intensivist at Hacettepe University, Faculty of Medicine, Department of Internal Medicine Intensive Care, Ankara, Turkey.