Sina Trauma and Surgery Research Center

Sina Trauma and Surgery Research Center is a comprehensive research center in basic and clinical sciences and the oldest trauma research center in the country with the aim of enhancing the quality of trauma care and reducing the burden of trauma. It was founded in 1994 by the founding board and approved in 1996 by Tehran University of Medical Sciences. It then approved by the development council of Tehran University of Medical Sciences and the Iranian Ministry of Health and Medical Education in 2000. Sina Trauma Research and Surgery Research Center has been accepting and reviewing research projects in the field of trauma and surgery since 2004 with an independent budget line. By means of working with empowering and influencing people in the health system, implementing trauma and surgery projects, joint national and international collaborations, and by establishing a suitable research infrastructure, especially for the disease registration system, it is trying to promote community health.

Founding Board

Professor of Surgery
Professor of Vascular Surgery and Trauma
Professor of Neurosurgery
Dr. Mousa Zargar, MD
Professor of Thoracic Surgery
Professor of Vascular Surgery and Trauma

Sina Trauma and Surgery Research Center

  •  Strengthen trauma network and surgical research
  •  Perform and direct the key preceding studies, functional and national specialized and interdisciplinary researches
  •  Strengthening national and international research collaborations
  •  Training, recruitment and promotion of efficient research staff
  •  Transfer trauma-related knowledge to the community
  •  Establishment of specialized research departments
  •  Promoting science by increasing the number of articles and citations, reports and books
  • Design and contribute to the establishment of appropriate information infrastructure
  •  Expand interdisciplinary, specialized and national research
  • Design and establishment of research infrastructures
  • Support for PhD, residency and fellowship theses in the form of research projects
  • Increase collaboration with local and international researchers
  • Creating a Knowledge Transfer Unit
  • Increase collaboration with decision makers and individuals such as policymakers, parliament, the Ministry of Health and the University
  • Assessment of trauma plans and programs in the country