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Semmelweis Symposium

Organised annually with international participation since 1992, the university-wide Semmelweis Symposium aims to promote the enlivening of scientific public life at the University. The thematic symposia provide continuing education opportunities for specialists and Ph.D. students through the dissemination of the latest research results.

Recent Semmelweis Symposia:

  Topic Organisers

2017 (26th)

Challenges in Microbiology Dr. Dóra Szabó
2016 (25th) Translational Oncohematology Dr. András Matolcsy 
Dr. Csaba Bödör
Dr. Judit Demeter
Dr. Tamás Masszi

2015 (24th)

Molecular Oncology Dr. József Tímár

2014 (23rd)

Trends in Pulmonology 2014. Dr. György Losonczy

2013 (22nd)

 

Molecular mechanisms and therapeutic targets in inflammatory diseases Dr. Attila Mócsai, Dr. Edit Buzás, Dr. András Falus, Dr. György Nagy

2012 (21st)

 

Principal Questions of Genomic Medicine: Prediction, Prevention and Personalized Treatment Dr. Mária Judit Molnár, Dr. György Bagdy, Dr. Dániel Bereczki, Dr. András Falus, Dr. Béla Merkely, Dr. Pál Soós, Dr. Zoltán Takáts

2011 (20th)

Organ Transplantation Dr. Tivadar Tulassay, Dr. Róbert Langer, Dr. Attila Szabó

2010 (19th)

 

Cellular Signaling in Physiology and Pathology – 2010 In honor of the 70th birthday of Professor András Spät Dr. László Hunyady, Dr. Tamás Balla, Dr. György Hajnóczky

2009 (18th)

 

New Trends, Innovations and Technology in Urology Dr. Imre Romics

2008 (17th)

Building bridges from basics to invasive cardiology Dr. Béla Merkely

2007 (16th)

Molecular Gastroenterology, Cell Analysis, Array Technology Dr. Zsolt Tulassay, Dr. Béla Molnár