As of February 17, 2017, the Institute of Health Sciences has been established in order to train scientists and technicians with advanced research and technology development studies in the field of biotechnology, which includes stem cell, cellular treatment, regenerative medicine, biotechnology and tissue engineering research infrastructures. Stem Cell Department was established and Master and Doctorate programs were opened. Our Stem Cell Department is capable of conducting high-level scientific education, research and projects in all the basic and applied fields of stem cells and producing world-class educational and scientific data. In addition to conducting graduate education programs, our department offers technical and scientific facilities for project and thesis research by utilizing the unit and laboratory facilities of the Cellular Treatment and Stem Cell Production, Application and Research Center (ESTEM).