Awarded in Norway, Turkish academic devoted himself to science


AA | Thursday, April 01, 2021 – 16:08 | Last Updated: 01 04 2021 – 16:10

Turkish academic Emre Sarı, who was deemed worthy of the “Nansen Early Career Award” given by the North Pole University in Tromsö, Norway, wants to announce his name with his studies in the field of science.

32-year-old academic Sarı, after graduating from Istanbul University Faculty of Business Administration, completed his master’s degree in Financial Economics at Istanbul Bilgi University.

Yellow, who went to Norway to do his doctorate, became a research assistant at the North Pole University in Tromsö.

Sarı started to make a name for himself here with his scientific studies.

Sarı, who was deemed worthy of the Nansen Early Career Award given by the university for his work, determined that health and sports behaviors positively affect the citizens living in the same neighborhood.

Working to be a good scientist

Turkish academic Sarı, who is proud of his achievements, told AA correspondent in Antalya, where his family lives, that the state has been working for the solution of heart diseases in Norway since the 1970s, and that he has carried out a large-scale scientific research on this subject.

Sarı noted that with the research, they had the opportunity to examine the lifelong relationship between the average leisure time physical activity at the neighborhood level and the individual body mass indexes of people living in the same neighborhood.

Explaining that he carried out his studies with care and wanted to be a good scientist, Sarı said, “Prof. Dr. Aziz Sancar, who was given the Nobel Prize in Chemistry, and Prof. Dr. Uğur Şahin, who developed the Kovid-19 vaccine, and Dr. Özlem Türeci, are among the Turkish scientists who have achieved success abroad. I hope to announce the name of my country in the best way like Aziz Sancar, Prof. Dr. Uğur Şahin and Dr. Özlem Türeci. “