Dr. Ceyda Kula was born in Manisa/Turkey in 1987. After completing her undergraduate studies at the Bioengineering Department of Ege University in 2010, she continued her master studies in the same year in the same department. In 2012, she joined the academic staff of the Bioengineering Department of Marmara University as a Research Assistant. In 2012, she completed her master's thesis on “Microbial biotransformation of cycloartane type saponins named cyclocanthogenol and astragenol” and continued her Ph.D. studies at the Bioengineering Department of Marmara University. In the same year, within the framework of 2211 Domestic Doctorate Scholarship Program, TÜBİTAK-BİDEB, Department of Supporting Scientists won a non-refundable scholarship during her doctoral studies. In 2018, she completed her Ph.D. studies entitled “Multi-objective optimization at a crude novel lipase-catalyzed fame production: Kriging as an alternative to RSM”. Dr. Kula continues to work as a Research Assistant at the Bioengineering Department of Marmara University since 2012.