Molecular medicine student at Cologne University of Applied Sciences, Germany, chose Near East University Faculty of Medicine for hir graduation dissertation

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Molecular medicine student at Cologne University of Applied Sciences, Germany, chose Near East University Faculty of Medicine for hir graduation dissertation

Thamer Al Hamad, who studied molecular medicine at the University of Applied Sciences in Cologne, Germany, chose the Near East University Faculty of Medicine for his graduation dissertation. Senior student Al Hamad, in accordance with the approval of Cologne University of Applied Sciences, where he studied, he studied with Near East University Faculty of Medicine Faculty Member Assoc. Prof. Dr.Mahmut Çerkez Ergören for his graduation dissertation.

Al Hamad came to the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus and studied under the consultancy of Assoc. Prof. Dr. Mahmut Çerkez Ergören. Thamer Al Hamad conducted research on genes that can cause sudden miscarriages in normal pregnancies. Thamer Al Hamad presented his study at the International Medical Students Congress held at the Near East University Atatürk Culture and Congress Center on April 14-16.

Thamer Al Hamad: “Students studying here are very lucky to have such successful scientists under the same roof.”
Thamer Al Hamad, who completed his thesis at the Near East University Faculty of Medicine, said that the Near East University has carried out important scientific research with the equipment of its laboratories and its expert lecturers, and said, “I was surprised and motivated by the effort put into high-level genetic research at the Near East University. Studying under the consultancy of Assoc. Prof. Dr. Mahmut Çerkez Ergören has been a great experience for me. Students studying here are very lucky to be under the same roof with such successful scientists.”

Prof. Dr. Gamze Mocan: “We are proud to see that our university has become an education and cultural center for students from Europe.”
Reminding that Near East University is among the top 250 universities in Europe and the top 500 universities in the world in the lists published by international higher education rating institutions such as AD Scientific Index and Times Higher Education, Near East University Faculty of Medicine Founding Dean Prof. Dr. Gamze Mocan said, “We are proud to see that our university has become an education and cultural center for students from different parts of the world, especially from Europe.”

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Mahmut Çerkez Ergören: “Students coming from Europe to the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus to benefit from the opportunities of our university have the opportunity to take part in different projects in disciplines that are difficult to access in Europe, such as genetics.”

Assisting the genetic research carried out by Thamer Al Hamad, a molecular medicine student at the University of Applied Sciences in Cologne, Assoc. Prof. Dr. Mahmut Çerkez Ergören commented as follows; “Students who come to the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus from Europe to benefit from the opportunities of our university have the opportunity to take part in different projects in disciplines that are difficult to access in Europe, such as genetics.”