General Information

Apart from scientific research and education, Institute of Forensic Sciences also offers laboratory and expertise services. These services are conducted by Divisions and include the following fields: nkb

  • Forensic Molecular Genetics
  • Forensic Toxicology
  • Forensic Anthropology
  • Questioned Document Examination
  • Forensic Microbiology
  • Forensic Odontology
  • Forensic Pathology

Work days and hours: Weekdays*, 09:00 am – 16:00 pm

*Official and public holidays are excluded.

Further Information: +90 (212) 414 30 00 (Ext.: 22826)


Frequently Asked Questions


 
Will my insurance cover any of my payment?

Goverment insurance policies do not cover analysis costs in our laboratory.

 
I have a doctor’s refferal, will my insurance cover the costs?

Goverment insurance policies do not cover analysis costs in our laboratory.

 
I suspect my friend is on drugs, if I bring a sample, can I have it analyzed?

 Hair, fingernail, stain and biological samples collected without parental consent are considered unethical, therefore are not accepted

 
I suspect my child is on drugs, if I bring a sample, can I have it analyzed?

Admissions are accepted only if the child takes full responsibility of any legal consequences the results may cause and gives written consent.

 
Will you examine a sample I bring?

For custom admissions, all sampling is handled by person in charge in our sampling unit. Only in formal admissions, sampling handled and sent by other authorities are accepted if properly packaged, sealed and registered.

 
Will I receive any discount for an analysis of multiple samples?

Discount will be granted by Institute Administrative Council’s decision -depending on quality and quantity- of studies based on thesis or scientific research, that are requested by formal or custom orders.

 
Will I receive any discount for multiple analysis on a single sample?

No. All analysis carried out on a single sample are charged seperately.

 
Will I receive any referral discount on follow up analysis of repeated measurements?

No. Each admission and sample is evaluated indivially, therefore charged seperately.

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