Dr. Fusun Kilic is an Associate Professor in Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology at University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, USA. Kilic completed her Ph.D. in the year 1995 at University of Western Ontario at Canada and Postdoc from Yale University, USA in the year 2001. Her primary focus on 5-HT biology and in particular the 5-HT transporters in the context of Gestational Diabetes Mellitus (GDM). Dr. Fusun Kilic research interest includes biochemistry, cell biology, pharmacology of peripheral serotonin and its translation to human health and diseases. She currently pursues the role of serotonin in blood plasma on thrombosis and more specifically platelet biology.