I graduated summa cum laude from Semmelweis University in 1975. In 1979, I completed a specialization in urology. I began my professional work in the Hungarian Rheumatology and Physiotherapy Institute’s Urology Department in 1975, gaining experience with general urologic surgery. As a lecturer at the Semmelweis University Urology Clinic , I participated in training of medical students in three languages, carried out independent scientific research, and organized national medical specialist training and further training.
For eight years, I served as representative of the Hungarian Society of Urology and on the German Society of Urology East-West Committee. With the European Association of Urology, I spent six years organizing international urology specialist exams and the qualification of European urology training sites. Since 2008, as chief physician of the Urology Department of Ferenc Jahn Hospital, I have mainly been training young people and organizing and executing clinical trials and basic research connected with interstitial cystitis. In 2008, I earned a Ph.D. in the area of developing urodynamic upper urinary tract examinations.
Since 2005, I have been more intensively focused on diagnosing and treating interstitial cystitis (bladder pain syndrome), and have been a member of the International Society for the Study of Bladder Pain Syndrome (ESSIC) since 2010.
I am married and have three children. My hobbies are DIY, designing medical instruments and building prototypes, and I am an amateur historian, collecting films and documents about World War 2 and the Holocaust.
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