The School of Advanced Medical Technologies (SAMT) was established in 2010, considering the importance of modern technologies in the 20-year vision document of the country. The practical steps of SAMT establishment initiated with the assistance of faculty members of the School of Medicine and the cooperation of the University's deputy of education as well as the valuable support of the Minister of the Health in February 2009, when the first students of the Molecular Medicine Ph.D. program were admitted.
In September 2009, students of the HumanGenetics Master’s program were hired. In January 2010, when the Ministry of Health approved the admission license of the Medical Biotechnology Master’s program, SAMT officially began working. The new school includes three educational groups, Molecular Medicine, Human Genetics, and Medical Biotechnologies. Now a day, the School of Advanced Medical Technologies has graduated dozens of master andPh.D. students and contributes to several graduate program research projects. This school benefits more than 20 faculty members and 25 research scientists in 6 laboratories and one research center facilities.
Ph.D. | Molecular Medicine
Ph.D. | Medical Biotechnology
MSc | Medical Biotechnology
MSc | Human Genetics