Faculty of Medicine - 1995
Ege University Neurology Specialist – 2000
1977-1982 Primary education. Melek village primary school, Rize.
1982-1985 Muradiye Secondary School, Muradiye, Rize
1985-1989 Rize High School, Center, Rize
1989-1995 Atatürk University Faculty of Medicine, Erzurum.
1995-July. Graduation from Atatürk University Faculty of Medicine
1995, November 27. Registration to Ege University Faculty of Medicine, Department of Neurology
2000, November 20. Neurology Specialist-Ege University
2001, March, Departure from Ege University
2001, 1-30 June, Observer Neurologist at Celal Bayar University, Manisa
2001, October 1-30, Central Hospital, Izmir
2001, November, Full-Day Neurology Specialist, Private Alsancak Hospital, Izmir
2002, September, Universal Specialist Ege Health Hospital Neurology Unit responsible physician
2010, October, Universal Special Aegean Health Hospital, Associate Professorship Exam application.
2011, September. Procurement of Neurology Associate Professorship Certificate
2013, November 25. Sifa University, Karsiyaka Outpatient Clinic
2014, October, Sifa University, Izmir, Basmane Branch
2015, April, Sifa University, Izmir, Bornova Branch Office
2016, 23 July, Sifa University, Izmir, Turkey.
2017, October Uskudar University NPİSTANBUL Brain Hospital, Prof.Dr. Dr.
2019, February, Department of Neuroscience, Üsküdar University
Migraine and headaches
Neurological intensive care
Cerebral vascular blockages
Speech disorders in aphasia type
Botulinum toxin application in muscle spasms and headaches
Scientific and Professional Contribution
Scientific Publications and Awards
Prof.Dr. Sultan TARLACI
Sultan Tarlacı was born in 1970 in Rize. He graduated from the Faculty of Medicine with the highest degree in 1995. In 2000, he received his Neurology specialty from Ege University.
In 2000, Brain Research Association Research Award, the 2001 TUBITAK-Brain Research Association Research Incentive Award and in 2003, the Journalists Association of Turkey, Sedat Simavi Health Sciences has received the award. In 2014, the Faculty of Medicine was awarded by the NeoCortex student community, which brings together the students of health sciences, especially dentistry and veterinary medicine, under the same social roof and directs them to scientific research.