Fatma Inanici, MD, PhD's portrait
Fatma Inanici, MD, PhD

About Fatma Inanici, MD, PhD

Fatma Inanici is a physician and postdoctoral research fellow at the Restorative Technologies Lab at the University of Washington. She received her medical degree and completed her Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation residency at Hacettepe University in Ankara, Turkey. She worked as a clinician and a faculty member in the same institution before moving to United States of America. Dr. Inanici completed her Ph.D. in Rehabilitation Science, under the supervision of Dr. Chet Moritz at the University of Washington. Currently, her research focuses on electrical spinal cord stimulation to restore function after spinal cord injury.


Articles Reviewed by Fatma Inanici, MD, PhD

Electrical Spinal Cord Stimulation: A New Frontier in Treating Spinal Cord Injuries?

A small trial from the University of Washington of noninvasive electrical stimulation showed lots of promise for people with spinal cord injuries. Some participants regained use of their hands.

Financial Disclosures

SpineUniverse, a Remedy Health Media, LLC website, is committed to ensuring that the medical information it presents is accurate, balanced, objective, and trustworthy.

To help achieve this goal, SpineUniverse requires all authors, editors, and reviewers to disclose any financial relationships or affiliations they have with companies whose products or services may be mentioned in the content they author, edit, or review.

The intent of this policy is to identify any perceived, potential, or real conflicts of interest so that readers can make their own judgments about the value of information being presented.

This author has not yet submitted a Financial and Other Disclosures form.