Gülgün Dilek Arman

Infectious Diseases


  • Sexually Transmitted Diseases
  • Intensive care infections
  • Bone-joint infections
  • Lyme disease

uluslararası makale
  • Ankara Ataturk Anatolian High School, 1972-1979
  • University of Ankara, Faculty of Medicine, 1979-1985
  • Ankara University Faculty of Medicine Department of Infectious Diseases and Clinical Microbiology, 
  • 1987-1992

  • Medicalpark Bahçelievler Hospital (2013-2021)
  • Gazi University Faculty of Medicine; 1996-2013
  • University of Ankara, Faculty of Medicine, Spec. Dr; 1992-1996
  • İzmir Public Health Dispensary (Government Service Obligation), 1985-1987
  • A total of 54 researches, 26 of them were published in international articles and 28 of them were published in national articles.

  • A total of 33 articles published in international journals, including 7 cases and 26 studies;
  • 5 National Guides, 11 Short Reports / Cases, 19 reviews (in peer-reviewed journals) 28 studies; A total of 53 articles published in national journals
  • 30 notifacations in international congresses; 50 notifications in national congresses.
  • 43 book chapters; 34 of them are chapters in Congress/Symposium books (speech content)
  • 37 Book editorings
  • Istanbul Medical Chamber
  • Turkish Society of Infectious Diseases and Clinical Microbiology Specialist Association, founding president
  • Infectious Diseases and Clinical Microbiology Association
  • Turkish Hospital Infections Association
  • Improving Patient Safety in Europe, 2005 (as a representative of Turkish Hospital Infections and Control Association)
  • Gazi University Research Fund (01/2002-28-Executive) Pharmacoeconomic analysis of ciprofloxacin and trimethoprim-sulfamethoxazole original and generic preparations in the treatment of community-acquired lower urinary tract infections.
  • Gazi University Research Fund (01/98-17-Executive) identification of gram negative bacteria causing hospital infection and determination of their sensitivity to some antibiotics
  • TUBİTAK-1463 /1995 (Fellow researcher) Investigation of the mdr gene and its product p-glycoprotein responsible for multiple medication resistance in fungi and bacteria that cause Febrile Neutropenia

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