Being one of the main fields of activity of our university, Research Policy is to contribute to scientific progress with researches in the fields of health, life sciences and biotechnology primarily for the benefit of society and to carry out transitional research projects in cooperation with public/private health sector and industrial organizations. In this context, it is aimed to conduct research on the health and health-related problems of the country, to produce solutions, to transform the inventions that emerge from these researches into products, to conduct competitive, translational and qualified research that will contribute to universal science, and to implement the projects.

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