Hande Özdinler has been graduated from Boğaziçi University Molecular Biology in 1994 and mastered Genetic Biotechnology in the same university. In Louisiana State University Health Science Center, she was involved in many research about cell biology, anatomy, and neuroscience during her postgraduation period. Hande Özdinler has been named a pioneer scientist due to her contributions to Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS). Therefore, she was elected as one of The World's best inventors of 10 female Science Academician from International Innovation Magazine, and at the same time, she was the first Turkish scientist who is honored Harvard Center for Nervous System Repair prize. Dr. Özdinler and her team contribute much academic research in their main field of study which is how to keep motor neurons of the brain alive. Dr. Özdinler is now working in her name dedicated lab at Feinberg University. We will meet with dear Özdinler on the 28th of May 2022, Saturday.