Prof. Dr. Necati Örmeci
He was born in Isparta, Turkey in 1952.
In 1976, He graduated from the Ankara University Medical Faculty, where in 1980 he became a specialist in Internal Medicine, and in 1985 in Gastroenterology. In 1988, He became an associate professor and in 1994, a professor of Gastroenterology.
As a Monbusho Scholarship recipient, he studied the early diagnosis of cancer in the gastrointestinal system for one and a half years in Japan. In 1990, he studied cytologic and histopathologic examination of stomach cancer for four months, again in Japan. As a visiting professor, He worked with the Cleveland Clinic of Florida, in July of 1999.
Presently, He is working in Istanbul Health and Technology University as a vice-president and Dean of Medical Faculty. He is interested in portal hypertension, hepatitis B, D, C virus infections, early gastrointestinal cancers and hydatid diseases. Currently, He has around 170 papers written in Turkish and in English and chapters of 17 books.
He is past president of Turkish Gastroenterology Association, an executive committee member of Asian Pacific Association Study of Liver (APASL).
He is a permanent member of Turkish Sciences Academy,
He is married and he has three children. He fluently speaks English, intermediate French and intermediate Japanese.
He is vice president and The Dean of Medical Faculty of İstanbul Health and Technology University since 2020.