Mehmet Doganay

Erciyes University, Turkey
Professor, MD
Faculty of Medicine

Scopus profile: link
Researcher ID: G-4250-2019

Professional (scientific) interests: mostly bacterial infections, zoonotic infections (particularly anthrax, brucellosis, tularemia and etc.), sepsis,  prevention of potential bioterrorism agents

Selected Publications:

  1. Ture, Z., Unuvar, G. K., Esmaoglu, A., Ulu-Kilic, A., Coruh, A., & Doganay, M. (2023). Severe and complicated soft tissue infections: a single-centre case series. Journal of Wound Care, 32 (8), 492–499. doi:

  2. Doganay, M., Dinc, G., Kutmanova, A., Baillie, L. (2023). Human Anthrax: Update of the Diagnosis and Treatment. Diagnostics, 13 (6), 1056. doi:

  3. Acar, M. B., Ayaz-Güner, Ş., Güner, H., Dinç, G., Ulu Kılıç, A., Doğanay, M., Özcan, S. (2022). A subtractive proteomics approach for the identification of immunodominant Acinetobacter baumannii vaccine candidate proteins. Frontiers in Immunology, 13. doi:

  4. Ascough, S., Ingram, R. J., Chu, K. K. Y., Moore, S. J., Gallagher, T., Dyson, H., Doganay, M., Metan, G., Ozkul, Y., Baillie, L., Williamson, E. D., Robinson, J. H., Maillere, B., Boyton, R. J., Altmann, D. M. (2022). Impact of HLA Polymorphism on the Immune Response to Bacillus Anthracis Protective Antigen in Vaccination versus Natural Infection. Vaccines, 10 (10), 1571. doi:

  5. Tekiner, H., Yale, S. H., Yale, E. S., Doganay, M. (2022). Medical conditions of Omer Seyfettin (1884–1920), the father of Turkish short stories, enshrined as a mystery. Journal of Medical Biography, 30 (2), 125–131. doi:

  6. Alkurt, G., Murt, A., Aydin, Z., Tatli, O., Agaoglu, N. B., Irvem, A., Aydin, M., Karaali, R., Gunes, M., Yesilyurt, B., Turkez, H., Mardinoglu, A., Doganay, M., Basinoglu, F., Seyahi, N., Dinler Doganay, G., Doganay, H. L. (2021). Seroprevalence of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) among health care workers from three pandemic hospitals of Turkey. PLOS ONE, 16(3), e0247865. doi:

  7. Eryilmaz-Eren, E., Dinç, G., Kontaş, O., Alp, E., Doğanay, M. (2021). The investigation of adrenal involvement in carbapenem resistant Acinetobacter baumannii sepsis: experimental mouse model. Turkish Journal Of Medical Sciences, 51 (6). doi: