Rabia Bilici was born in 1976 in Elazığ, Turkey. She graduated from  Istanbul University, Istanbul Medical Faculty in 1999. She completed her psychiatric residency at Bakırköy Training and Research Hospital for Psychiatry and Neurological Diseases between 2002-2007. After completing her compulsory public service, she worked in Elazığ Hospital for Mental Health and Diseases as the head of Alcohol and Drug Addiction Research, Treatment and Education Center (AMATEM)  for 3 years. In 2012, she took charge of the establishment of the AMATEM in Istanbul Erenköy Training and Research Hospital for Psychiatry and Neurological Diseases. The same year she was named as an assistant professor at the same clinic. In 2015, she became an associate professor of psychiatry. She worked in many projects of World Health Organization (WHO) and the Scientific and Technology Research Council of Turkey (TUBITAK). She is a member of Psychiatric Association of Turkey, Sexual Education Treatment and Research Association, and Green Crescent Science Board. She worked as editor of a The Turkish Journal on Addictions.  She has interests is Alcohol and Substance Use Disorders. She is married and has 2 children. She has been working as chief physician at The University of Health Scıences, Erenköy  Training And Research Hospital for Psychiatry and Neurological Diseases since 2017. Also In 2017 she joined the staff of the University of Health Sciences and was appointed as Director of the Research and Practice Center for Fight against Addiction.

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Sakura City Hospital, Mental Health & Diseases 

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University of Texas
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London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine

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  PSYCHIATRY RESEARCH CONFERENCE

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University of Maryland ,
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Istanbul ​Bilgi University 

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Mayo Clinic

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