PROF.DR. MERİH BERBEROĞLU    
Name : MERİH
Surname : BERBEROĞLU
E-Mail : berber@medicine.ankara.edu.tr, merihberberoglu@gmail.com
Phone Number : 0312 595 6434
Title : PROF.DR.
Unit : FACULTY OF MEDICINE
Department : PEDIATRIC ENDOCRİNOLOGY
Personal Information

CURRİCULUM VITAE

 

Name/ Family Name      : Merih Berberoglu

Place and Date of Birth : merzifon Turkey 1958

 

Education

           

            Medical School             : Ankara Üniversitiy School of Medicine  1976-1982

 

Post Graduate Education :

Residency in pediatrics                         : Ankara University School of Medicine,  1985- 1990

                       

Residency in pediatric endocrinology                       : Ankara University School of Medicine

                                                                                   1991-1993

           

 

Academic Positions

            Specialist in Pediatric Endocrinology,

                                   Ankara Universitiy School of Medicine

                                   Department of Pediatric,

                                   Endocrinology 1993- 1995

Assistant Professor :

                                   Ankara  Universitiy School of Medicine  

                                   Department of Pediatric Endocrinology 1995-1996

 

Associate Professor :

                                   Ankara  Universitiy School of Medicine  

                                   Department of Pediatric Endocrinology 1996-2003

 

Professor

                                   Ankara  Universitiy School of Medicine  

                                   Department of Pediatric Endocrinology 2003- to be continued

 

Memberships in Medical Societies

 

 

·         Turkish Pediatric Endocrinology and Diabet society

·         Turkish Endocrinology and Metabolism Society

·         İnternational society memberships include the European Society of Pediatric Endocrinology (ESPE)

           

Major research interests include the diagnosis and treatment of growth hormone deficiency, disorders of puberty, obesity and ambigious genitalia in children.