Number of vaccines administered at Semmelweis University - 20 January 2022
509005 Total vaccines

Dr. Alán Alpár
Vice-Rector for International Studies

 

Born:
1972, Szombathely

Department
Semmelweis University, Department of Anatomy, Histology and Embryology

Current position
2019 – Vice-Rector for International Studies
Semmelweis University, Center of Education of International Studies
2018 –  Professor, Deputy Head for Scientific Affairs,
Semmelweis University, Department of Anatomy, Histology and Embryology

Studies
1991-1997 Semmelweis University, medical doctor (MD)
2017-2019 Semmelweis University, healthcare manager (MSC)

Language skills
Advanced state language examination in German and in English (written and spoken)

SCIENTIFIC ACHIEVEMENTS

Scientometry
Total cites: ca. 1200
Cumulative IF: 340
Hirsch-index: 22

List of Dr. Alán Alpár’s scientific publications

Degrees

2016

Doctor of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences (Hungary)

2012

Habilitation (Karolinska Institute, Stockholm, Sweden)

2002

PhD (Semmelweis University, Szentágothai János Doctoral School)

 

Faculty positions abroad

2011-2013

Associate professor and senior lab manager, Karolinska Institute, Department of Biochemistry and Biophysics, Stockholm, Sweden

2010-2011 Research fellow, Aberdeen University, Medical Science Centre, Scotland, United Kingdom
2002-2004 Research fellow, Paul-Flechsig Institute for Brain Research, University of Leipzig, Germany

Grants (past five years)

2017-2021

National Brain Research Program 2.0 (NAP 2.0, 120.000.000 HUF)

2014-2017 National Brain Research Program (NAP „B”) (90.850.000 HUF)

Educational positions

2019- Head of German Language Program, Semmelweis University
2017- Board member and Program co-ordinator, Semmelweis University’s Doctoral School
2016- Board member and mentor at the Kerpel-Fronius Students’ Excellence Program, Semmelweis University
2010-2011 Supervisor and research technology coordinator, Scottish Universities for Life Science Alliance
1997 Anatomy teacher of medical students (Hungarian, German and English)