In 2007 I graduated at Semmelweis University of Medicine in Budapest. After that, I participated in the treatment of infectious patients at the Department of Infectology of the DPCK National Institute of Hematology and Infectious Diseases (former Szent László Hospital) for 13 years. I passed the Infectology Exam in 2013, the Tropical Medicine Exam in 2015, and in 2019 I was appointed Assistant Professor.
I have been on study trips to Kenya, Sweden and several times in Italy. My special area of interest is clinical parasitology. I regularly give lectures of this topic, mainly at domestic conferences, and I have published several publications in well-known Hungarian and foreign journals.
I am a member of several European and Hungarian scientific societies. I am currently conducting nationwide research on the domestic occurrence and characteristics of a rare parasitic infection affecting the liver in alveolar echinococcosis. I also take part in the training of medical students. I help my students as a leader in parasitology-related scientific student activities and as a consultant in dissertation writing.
Semmelweis University of Medicine