Emre Zafer, M.D., after graduated from medical school in 1996, has completed a residency training program in Medical Genetics. Following a year of Genetics Specialist position at GATA hospital during his military service, he worked another year in a private hospital in Istanbul as Cytogenetics Lab Director.
He was then admitted to National Institutes of Health of USA for Clinical Cytogenetics Fellowship program in 2002, and Board Certified in Clinical Cytogenetics in 2005.
In the same year he was admitted to Georgetown University for Obstetrics and Gynecology Residency Training Program in Washington, DC, USA. While under a strong training program, he had a chance to work with leading perinatologists such as Helain Landy, Joseph Collea, John Queenan, of Georgetown and Julian Parer of UCSF.
During his residency training, he became aware of that improving women’s life quality from different ethnic, racial and social backgrounds is very rewarding.
He and his wife decided to return their home country in 2009. Aksehir Community Hospital experience between 2010-2013 gave him an excellent opportunity of recognizing social and healthcare problems and needs of rural area population and of unique clinic experience.
Since 2013 October, he has been working at Adnan Menderes University in Aydın as Assistant Professor of ObGyn.
Emre Zafer believes in and practices his profession under the light of “Evidence Based Medicine” with a pleasant and humane approach in patient encounters.