SZTE has built a comprehensive stroke centre unparalleled in Europe over the past decade
Acute stroke is a leading cause of death and the most common cause of long-term disability. Throughout Europe, stroke patients diagnosed and treated in the Szeged region have the best chances for the fullest possible recovery.
Inauguration of Béla Purjesz Clinical and Educational Centre of Infectious Diseases
The Béla Purjesz Clinical and Educational Centre of Infectious Diseases at the University of Szeged (SZTE), established as a greenfield investment of about HUF 5 billion, fully meets the requirements of 21st century isolation and infection control.
Interview with our medical graduate Charalampos Tzoulis, MD, PhD
Professor of Neurology and Neurogenetics; Head of Neuromics Research Group; Director of K.G Jebsen Center for Translational Research in Parkinson's disease (University of Bergen, Norway); Director for Neurodegeneration, Neuro-SysMed Center of Excellence
In memoriam of Prof. Dr. Gyula Telegdy
Prof. Dr. Gyula Telegdy was born on 5 June 1935 in Sibiu (Romania). During his career, he worked as a neuroendocrinologist, clinician, teaching physician and researcher. Between 1992 and 1995 he was President of the Hungarian Society for Endocrinology, and between 1993 and 1998 he was Vice-President of the Hungarian Physiological Society.
Karikó Katalin exhibition at the University of Szeged
An exhibition demonstrating the studies and scientific achievements of Katalin Karikó, whose discoveries paved the way for the development of mRNA-based vaccines that played a key role in COVID-19 pandemic control, opened at the University of Szeged (SZTE) Study and Information Centre on 8 December. It is the latest collection of the Klebelsberg Library of the University, alongside the illustrious Szent-Györgyi and Klebelsberg collections.
From Department of Surgery to Health Sciences Education Center
The Health Sciences Education Center will be an important venue for SZTE’s triple mission of research, health care and education, where students will be able to familiarize themselves with the cutting-edge technology currently used in health care in a state-of-the-art environment.
World-class limb salvage surgery at the University of Szeged
Doctors at the Albert Szent-Györgyi Clinical Centre, University of Szeged performed a percutaneous vascular surgical intervention called orbital atherectomy to save a patient’s limb. Orbital atherectomy is the most up-to-date technique at present, and it is considered to be a novelty worldwide.