In Conversation With Ozge Yolukby@thinkingcap
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In Conversation With Ozge Yoluk

by David Choi6mAugust 17th, 2022
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Growing up, Ozge Yoluk hated computers because she hated the computer teacher at her school. A local tech made her determined to learn everything there was to know about running and repairing a computer. The first game Ozge got into was *Prince of Persia*. She became enamored with the problem-solving challenges it posed. The collision of coding and biology would occur in her master’s courses in Applied Biotechnology at Uppsala University in Sweden. Ozge discovered coding in biology through her evolutionary genetics classes.

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