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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.
The competition where you can demonstrate and develop your public speaking skills.
The surgical reconstructive intervention developed in recent years by Prof. László Rovó, Rector of the University of Szeged and his team of specialists is unique worldwide.
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.
A two-year-old boy born with a rare developmental disorder (omphalocele) was operated on at the Szeged Children's Hospital.
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
A special unit of the Hungarian Counter-Terrorism Centre (TEK) arrived in Antakya (Turkey) with a medical team on 8 February.
Do you think getting into specialty training in the UK is difficult? Join this upcoming Zoom event to hear Dr. Alok Bahl, graduate of the University of Szeged, currently working in the NHS introduce Medic Mentor and their courses.
Time: 6 p.m. 27 February, 2023
Application deadline: 20 February, 2023
At the end of last year, Dr. Endre Varga received the Pro Sanitate Award, a Hungarian governmental award that recognises outstanding professional performance in the field of health care.
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.
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.
Gábor Németh, who has been working at the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology in Szeged for 37 years, has recently received a state decoration.
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.
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.
Join and hear what some of our former students have to say about the various aspects of residency programs in Germany.
Before the start of Academic Year 2022/ 2023, the central and faculty-specific Orientation Days for the new freshmen took place between 31 August and 2 September in Szeged.
You can find out on October 5 at 6 PM in the lecture hall of the ophthalmology clinic!
The Albert Szent-Györgyi Medical School and the Directorate for International Affairs and Public Relations are delighted to welcome incoming first year and transfer students to the University of Szeged.
01 June 2022The latest award of Professor András Varró has been the "Miklós Jancsó Memorial Medal", perhaps the most prestigious award in Medical Biology at the University of Szeged (SZTE). We talked to the former head of the Department of Pharmacology and Pharmacotherapy at the Albert Szent-Györgyi Medical School, University of Szeged, and Head of the Cardiovascular Pharmacology Research Group at Eötvös Loránd Research Network at SZTE about his previous awards. We recalled generations of doctors, Nobel Prize-worthy research, the history of the university, as well as Professor Varró's heartfelt interests - in the centenary academic year of the University of Szeged.
He has been fighting pseudoscience for many years, often engaging in a debate with people who would certainly be ignored by other scientists on the grounds that they cannot be convinced of anything. ’What motivates you and how did you start your career in biology?’ We spoke to Zsolt Boldogkői, Professor at the Department of Medical Biology, University of Szeged.
Start the summer with your friends and colleagues at the alma mater weekend and sports day!
The Albert Szent-Györgyi Medical School is very proud of all its graduates and we are always pleased to hear about their achievements.
In 2022, the Foundation for Szeged (Szegedért Alapítvány) honoured citizens of the University of Szeged (SZTE) in all categories - on 15 March, the top prize was awarded to the world-famous biochemist Katalin Karikó, research professor at the University of Szeged, and the work of Prof. Dr. Lajos Kemény, dermatologist, Dr. Károly Szatmáry, astronomer and Mária Temesi, opera singer was also honoured.
These were the words of farewell Prof. Dr. Babik Barna received from his mother on leaving the parental home. His outstanding work has recently been recognised with the Officer’s Cross of the Hungarian Order of Merit. On 15 March 2022, former and current citizens of the University of Szeged were also honoured: persons connected to the University received prestigious awards on the anniversary of the 1848-49 Revolution and War of Independence. We asked the Head of the Department of Anaesthesiology and Intensive Therapy at the Albert Szent-Györgyi Health Center about his award.
Difficult or non-healing venous leg ulcers and diabetic leg ulcers can also benefit by a cell therapy procedure that doctors at the Albert Szent-Györgyi Medical Centre of University of Szeged for Department of Dermatology and Allergology are using in a clinical research project. After years of research and development, the therapy will be introduced in Hungary for the very first time through the University of Szeged.
Similar to each year, our institution, the University of Szeged holds an Online Open Day on the 2nd and the 10th of March.
The Keio Medical Science Prize has been awarded to Katalin Karikó "for the discovery of Specific RNA Modification Leading to mRNA Vaccine Development", as announced on 15 September 2021, Japan time. The researcher, who holds a PhD in biochemistry from the University of Szeged, will receive a certificate of merit, medal, and a monetary award of 10 million yen for her work.
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SZTE continues to participate in online educational fairs.
A new type of messenger RNA based method is the most promising in coronavirus vaccine development.
The SZTE Albert Szent-Györgyi Health Center further enhances the standard of high-quality patient care at its clinics.
University of Szeged is still the “greenest” Hungarian university according to UI Green Metric World Ranking. SZTE ranks 14th “greenest” in the world among the institutions located in city centres and is ranked 45th among Europe’s assessed universities.
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