Announced that he has become a candidate for the Ridge Rectorate

RTUE’s FEMALE Hands Women of the Black Sea are going to take strong action Dr. Yassim Bioglu Tekin, a professor in the hands of a woman who is running for rector of RTUE this time, has announced that she is running for rector of RTEU. Tekin, who did not lose the excitement of those years when Recep Tayyip Erdogan was the first graduate of the Faculty of Medicine at the University, now as Rector, answered the question of journalist and writer Yasmin Ozelik by saying “we are here too”. Who is Professor Dr. Yesim Bioglu Tekin? Can you introduce yourself to us? I studied medicine at the University of Ankara, one of the most established institutions in our country, and then completed my specialized training in Ankara. Being educated in our capital has always given me a different perspective and foresight in my profession. I have fulfilled my service obligation at Ağrı Patnos State Hospital. Spending the first years of my maternity specialty in this remote corner of eastern Anatolia contributed a lot to my maturity as a physician. I started my academic life in the Faculty of Medicine of Recep Tayyip Erdogan University in 2011, I got the degree of Associate Professor in 2015 and Professor in 2021. I am currently the Head of the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at the University of Health Sciences, Trabzon Faculty of Medicine. How did you decide to become an academic as a doctor? From the first year I started the Faculty of Medicine at Ankara University, the thought of becoming an educator was in my head. Maintaining scientific activities while learning the art of medicine has become my biggest passion over the years. As soon as I completed my compulsory service obligation, I began to take a step in this direction. First, I started working at the Trabzon Numne Training and Research Hospital with the main assistant exam. Then, I started working at the Recep Tayyip Erdogan University Faculty of Medicine and played an active role in training many medical doctors and medical specialty students. We graduated from the University’s first Faculty of Medicine, and it is our greatest pride to ensure that the growing number of physicians in our faculty join the growing army of physicians each year. Can you tell us about your field of study and academic activities? I am a gynecologist and obstetrician. However, my professional interests include minimally invasive surgery, infertility, gynecological oncology and urogynocology. I have participated in many projects to raise academic and social awareness about endometriosis and polycystic ovary syndrome, which are closely related to women’s health and significantly affect quality of life. Also, we have conducted a lot of scientific research and awareness activities on the HPV virus, which causes cervical cancer, which has become more and more prevalent in recent years. We have conducted many activities in our area to reduce the rate of cesarean delivery and support normal birth, and I have played an active role in our hospital as the first “mother-friendly hospital” in our area. I had the opportunity to realize the project of establishing an IVF unit at Rise’s Training and Research Hospital, which I tried hard to realize, but it was not possible, in Trabzon, and we will soon open the first IVF center at Krishna Sagar Region Government Hospital.

Candidates for participation in RTUE holding the hand of a woman

The women of the Black Sea continue to take drastic action.

This time a woman’s hand is a candidate for rector in RTEU

Prof. Dr. Yesim Bioglu Tekin has announced that he is a candidate for the presidency of RTEU.

Tekin, who did not lose the excitement of those years when Recep Tayyip Erdogan was the first graduate of the Faculty of Medicine at the University, now as Rector, answered the question of journalist and writer Yasmin Ozelik by saying “we are here too”.

Who is Professor Dr. Yesim Bioglu Tekin? Can you introduce yourself to us?

I studied medicine at the University of Ankara, one of the most established institutions in our country, and then completed my specialized training in Ankara. Being educated in our capital has always given me a different perspective and foresight in my profession. I have fulfilled my service obligation at Ağrı Patnos State Hospital. Spending the first years of my maternity specialty in this remote corner of eastern Anatolia contributed a lot to my maturity as a physician. I started my academic life in the Faculty of Medicine of Recep Tayyip Erdogan University in 2011, I got the degree of Associate Professor in 2015 and Professor in 2021. I am currently the Head of the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at the University of Health Sciences, Trabzon Faculty of Medicine.

How did you decide to become an academic as a doctor?

From the first year I started the Faculty of Medicine at Ankara University, the thought of becoming an educator was in my head. Maintaining scientific activities while learning the art of medicine has become my biggest passion over the years. As soon as I completed my compulsory service obligation, I began to take a step in this direction. First, I started working at the Trabzon Numne Training and Research Hospital with the main assistant exam. Then, I started working at the Recep Tayyip Erdogan University Faculty of Medicine and played an active role in training many medical doctors and medical specialty students. We graduated from the University’s first Faculty of Medicine, and it is our greatest pride to ensure that the growing number of physicians in our faculty join the growing army of physicians each year.

Can you tell us about your field of study and academic activities?

I am a gynecologist and obstetrician. However, my professional interests include minimally invasive surgery, infertility, gynecological oncology, and urogynocology. I have participated in many projects to raise academic and social awareness about endometriosis and polycystic ovary syndrome, which are closely related to women’s health and significantly affect quality of life. Also, we have conducted a lot of scientific research and awareness activities on the HPV virus, which causes cervical cancer, which has become more and more prevalent in recent years. We have conducted many activities in our area to reduce the rate of cesarean delivery and support normal birth, and I have played an active role in our hospital as the first “mother-friendly hospital” in our area. I had the opportunity to realize the project of establishing an IVF unit at Rise’s Training and Research Hospital, which I tried hard to realize, but it was not possible, in Trabzon, and we will soon open the first IVF center at Krishna Sagar Region Government Hospital.

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