KUISCID December 2021 Newsletter
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This is a monthly newsletter from KUISCID. We present our research output and news about our activities.

First Year of the KUISCID

KUISCID has completed its first year which was founded on December, 20th 2020. Our Director informed about the yearly activities and current situation the pandemic.


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Why is antibiotic resistance crucial for public health?

Antibiotics are used in the treatment of bacterial infectious diseases. They can successfully treat infectious diseases only when used in appropriate doses.

Click for our PhD student Cansel Vatansever’s video.


COVID-19 Treatment Guidelines Published in Europe

European Society of Clinical Microbiology and Infectious Diseases (ESCMID), among which our Director Önder Ergönül is also an author, has published “COVID-19 Living guidelines: Drug treatment and clinical management on 21 November 2021.

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Publications from KUISCID

You can visit our website to access our research publications on COVID-19 and other research.

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“KUISCID Vertical”

KUISCID Vertical is based on a vertical learning model and evidence-based research principles. It is founded to embrace diversity, boost motivation, and enhance productivity. In today’s ever-changing environment, KUISCID Vertical focuses on emotional intelligence, pattern recognition capacity, and problem-solving skills. To fulfill its mission, we encourage communication, collaboration, and interdisciplinary research.

This community has been established for motivated students, and researchers interested in immunology, microbiology, infectious diseases, and public health.

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Communications in Pandemic

The topic of the online symposium we organized (in July 2021 ) in a multidisciplinary manner is still up to date. During our symposium, different aspects of the pandemic were discussed such as economics, psychology, public health, and politics. The summary of the symposium was published on Sarkaç the popular science platform of the Science Academy.

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