Dr. Attila Szabó, MD, PhD, Med Habil, DSc, Professor of Pediatrics

 

Address: 1085 Budapest, Üllői út 26. 1st Floor Rm. 114-116

Phone: (+36 1) 459-1500, ext. 56840, 56844

Email: rektorhelyettes@semmelweis-univ.hu

 

Degrees

Year of Habilitation

2010

University/Institution

Semmelweis University, Budapest, Hungary

Habilitation registration number

310, 2010.06.07

 

Year of DSc

2008

University/Institution

Hungarian Academy of Sciences

DSc registration number

4800

Title of DSc dissertation

Investigation of long-term renal function following kidney transplantation

Year of PhD

2000

University/Institution

Semmelweis University, Budapest, Hungary

PhD registration number

314

Title of PhD dissertation

Investigation of chronic allograft rejection

 

Languages

English intermediate level write and read (C)

German intermediate level write and read (C)

 

Qualifications

2014   Specialization in Hypertonology 446/2014

2014   Specialization in Somnology 845/2014

2012   Healthcare Management Diploma M16/2012

2006   Specialization in Nephrology 910/2006

2000   Specialization in Pediatrics 806/2000

1994   Diploma at Semmelweis University, Faculty of Medicine

 

Decorations

1998

Research Grant for Foreigner Research Laboratories
by: German Academical Exchange Service DAAD
Achievement: Labor development for molecular biological methods

1999

József Farkas jr. Award
by: “Veritas et Virtus” Foundation
Achievement: Scientific Work

2000

Laboratory Development
by: Hungarian Nephrology Association
Achievement: Research Development

2000

Magyary Zoltán Postdoctoral Fellowship
by: Ministry of Education, Hungary
Achievement: Research Activity

2001

Richter Gedeon Research Award
by: Advisory Board of Richter Gedeon Award
Achievement: Scientific Work

2001

“Best Publication of the Year”
by: Hungarian Nephrology Association
Achievement: Original Publication

2002

Bolyai János Postdoctoral Fellowship
by: Hungarian Academy of Sciences
Achievement: Scientific Work

2003

Hársing László Award
by: Hungarian Kidney Foundation
Achievement: Scientific Work

2004

Jendrassik Ernő Award
by: Semmelweis University
Achievement: Scientific Work

2006

Bolyai János Postdoctoral Fellowship
by: Hungarian Academy of Sciences
Achievement: Scientific Work

2012− 2015

Semmelweis University Merit Award
by: Semmelweis University
Achievement: Scientific Work

2015

Best Mentor of Students’ Scientific Association
by: Semmelweis University
Achievement: Teaching

2017

Master Teacher Medallion
by: National Council of Student Research Societies
Achievement: Teaching

2018

Kerpel Memorial Plaque
by: Semmelweis University
Achievement: for talent support work

 

Study trips – stipends

1995 (27 Months)

University of Essen, Dept. of Nephrology and Hypertension
Sponsor: DAAD German Academic Exchange Service
Research topic: Risk factors for long-term renal allograft dysfunction

Prof. Uwe Heemann

2001 (20 Months)

Morgantown University, USA, Institute of Physiology
Sponsor: NIH National Institute of Health
Research topic: The role of nitric oxide in the progression of renal diseases

Prof. Christine Baylis

 

Role in scientific communities

Hungarian Pediatric Association

Hungarian Nephrology Association

Hungarian Transplant Society

International Pediatric Nephrology Association

European Society of Pediatric Nephrology

Hungarian Society of Hypertension

Hungarian Respiratory Society

Hungarian Society for Sleep Medicine

European Respiratory Society

European Society for Pediatric Clinical Research

Kerpel Fronius Program for Excellence, Secretary

Hungarian Association for Pediatric Nephrology, Secretary General

Habilitations Committee at Semmelweis University, Secretary

Doctoral Committee at Hungarian Academy of Science, member

Habilitations Committee at the University of Pecs, member

Hungarian Ethical Committee Human Reproduction Faculty, member

President of the Semmelweis Clinical Center

President of the Hungarian Pediatric Council