I graduated from Semmelweis Medical University. I completed my internal residency training in 1981, and attained board certification in cardiology in 1985. From 1975 to 1987, I worked at Bajcsy- Zsilinszky Hospital’s Cardiac Intensive Care Unit. Between 1991 and 1993, I gained experience at the AKH, Universität Wien Kardiochirurgische Klinik in Vienna.
Currently, I work at Semmelweis University Hospital’s Cardiology Department. I am available for acute inpatient care and outpatient echocardiography examinations. I specialize in Marfan Syndrome, heart attacks, heart rhythm disorders, embolism, heart valve functions and dysfunction, congenital heart disease, heart muscle and pericardial disorders. I am a member of the Hungarian Internal Medicine Association, Association of Hungarian Cardiologist, European Association of Echocardiography, Hungarian Cardiac Surgeon Association, and I am also Secretary of the Hungarian Marfan Foundation. I speak Hungarian, English, German, and Greek.
In my free time I enjoy playing with my dog, exploring the outdoors, playing bridge and reading.
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