Osman have completed his PhD at Massey University, New Zealand on developing a novel generation of DNA probes using chemical modification. During this work he became experienced with non-canonical DNA structures, such as triple helical DNAs and G-quadruplex structures. After completion of his PhD he worked on developing miRNA detection kits. Currently He is working at Izmir University of Economics. His recent publication was focused on using bioinformatics tools to predict biologically relevant G-quadruplex structures from genomic data. He is currently working on developing novel bioinformatics tools for molecular biologists, and understanding the functions of non-canonical structures of DNA and RNA.