Our mission is to lead a wide spectrum of scientific research to understand, treat, and prevent infectious diseases. In doing so, we aim to form a bridge in between the laboratory bench and clinical level of findings.
The Research Center for Infectious Diseases is dedicated to having a better understanding of infectious agents and related diseases. The purpose is to investigate biological characteristics of pathogens, their evolving mechanisms and clinical behaviour, comparatively. Eventually we aim to combine our practical and theoretical knowledge to treat and prevent infectious diseases by conducting research on emerging vector-borne diseases, antimicrobial resistance, fungal and viral infections.
Experiences and scientific research findings during the pandemic has shared in the COVID-19 symposium by focusing on what we have learned and how we contributed.
Humans who always are hugely impacted by pandemics throughout history, this time need to think globally rather than individually. “Pandemic: Rethinking the World at the Age of Burnout,” which includes …
You are invited to our Hybrid Symposium of Crimean-Congo Haemorrhagic Fever on 9th of June 2021 at 14:00. The symposium will be broadcasted live on Hitit Kurumsal Youtube page.
The web symposium “COVID-19: One Year Of Experience and Beyond”, organized by our center, will take place on March 12, 2021 between 13:00 and 16:00.