B.S, University of Georgia, 1969
M.S., University of Georgia, 1972
Ph.D., University of Georgia, 1974
Health Service Provider, 1977-Current
Biological Substrates of Behavior
Ozbek, I.N. William H. Wheeler Odor Foundation Research Award: The Human Factor in Olfaction,
July 2019-June 2020.
Tumlin, J. (PI) and Ozbek, I.N. (subcontractor), Dialysis Corporation of America grant: A Randomized, Prospective, Double-Blind Trial, Placebo-Controlled Trial of Two Different Doses of Oral Melatonin Supplements in CKD Stage IV and Stage V (ESRD) Patients with Uremia-Associated Sleep Disorders, Subtitle: Melatonin in Dialysis-Associated Sleep Disorders, 2017.
Ozbek, I.N. William H. Wheeler Odor Foundation Award: Does the Reduced Ability of the End Stage Renal Disease Patients to Detect Vanilla Correlate with Plasma Levels of the 'Uremic Toxin' P-Cresol? 2012-2015.
Recent PublicationsOzbek, I.N. Reviewer for the International Journal of Criminology and Sociology and Spirituality in Clinical Practice, January 2017-2019.
Ozbek, I.N., Heaton, W. J., Gormley, R., Pendergast, K., Whitson, N., Tumlin, J. Diabetes, ESRD, and Ofactory Sensitivity, Association Chemoreceptive Sciences, Bonita Springs, Florida, April 2016.
Ozbek, I.N., Jones, J., Gormley, R., Heaton, W. J., Whitson, N., Arnold, M., Santiago, M., A Better Understanding of Olfactory Functioning and Its Applications, UTC Research Day, April 2015.