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Dr. Ayse Adin Selcuk
Endoscopic Sinus Surgery · Septoplasty
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BAU Medical Park Goztepe Hospital
E5 Üzeri, Merdivenköy, 23 Nisan Sokagi No:17, 34732 Kadıköy/İstanbul, Turkey
Dr. Ayse Adin Selcuk is an otolaryngologist at BAU Medical Park Goztepe Hospital. She completed her medical education from Hacettepe University Faculty of Medicine in 1996. She then joined the Ankara Numune Training and Research Hospital and completed her ENT Specialization in 2000. Later she also completed her Endoscopic Sinus Surgery and Snoring Surgery Fellowship from the Institute of Laryngology & Otology at the University College London. In 2008, Dr. Ayse Adin Selcuk joined the ENT Department of the Ankara Numune Training and Research Hospital as an Associate Professor. In 2013 she completed her Head, Neck, and Thyroid Surgery Fellowship from the Otolaryngology Clinic at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center. She also worked as a Lecturer and Program Manager at the Health Sciences University Kocaeli Derince Health Practice Center ENT from 2017 to 2019. In 2019, she joined the ENT Department of Bahçeşehir University Faculty of Medicine and had been working there since then. Dr. Ayse Adin Selcuk has a special clinical interest in Endoscopic Sinus Surgery, Septoplasty, and Rhinoplasty. She is also interested in managing snoring, sleep disorders, allergies, diseases causing dizziness, and Pediatric ENT diseases. She also took various Certificate Courses in her area of interest. She got the Turkish Ear Nose Throat and Head and Neck Surgery Association Certificate of Competence, 2009, 2014 and Sleep Disorders Certificate, 2012 Dr. Ayse Adin Selcuk Rhinology Fellowship, University College London. She also received the TUBITAK Overseas Post-Doctoral Research Scholarship Program, 2008 1st semester scholarship award. Furthermore, she has various articles published in international peer-reviewed journals. Some of the publications include Comparison of Inferior Turbinate and Uncinate Process Angulation with Normal Population in Patients with Septal Spur published in the Ind J Otorhinolaryngol Head Neck in 2019.