Curriculum vitae



Work experience

2019 –  Semmelweis University, Faculty of Medicine, Institute of Behavioural Sciences, Assistant Professor

  • Teaching, research and publication activies – medical sociology on Hungarian and English language
  • Course development
  • Data analysis, data mining, data visualisation

2018 – 2019    National Education Authority, Department of Higher Education Research   – Leader expert on Administrative Data Integration

  • Professional leader of administrative data integration
  • Data warehouse specification, and the elaboration of related processes
  • Consultation and collaboration with different actors (data owner, IT, policy)
  • Data visualisation and dashboard development
  • Data mining, data analysis

2016 –  2019   National Healthcare Services Center (ÁEEK)
                        Healthy Budapest Program
                       Expert, member of health workforce working group

  • Elaboration of policy recommendations on health workforce
  • Liaison with professional organisations (chambers) and hospitals
  • Review and analysis of available data

Employer: Semmelweis University, Health Services Management Traning Centre
2013 – 2017     Assistant professor – main tasks:

  • Quantitative research activities, statistical data analysis (SPSS), research consultancy, data mining, negotiations with the data providers
  • Execution of research programmes in national and international environment – negotiation, continuous collaboration with partners, research, analysis, publication and presentation
  • Liaison with health policy actors (national and international)
  • Support of IT development – specification, testing, operation, database planning, planning of data visualisation
  • Project management
  • Project planning, project preparation
  • Consulting activities
  • Teaching – Lectures and seminars (health management, and SPSS software)
  • Curriculum development – consider the knowledge and need of students

2012 – 2014    Office for Health Authorisation and Administrative Procedures
Expert on Data warehouse development and data analysis   

  • Data warehouse specification, and the elaboration of related processes
  • Development of healthcare career paths based on data
  • Continuous collaboration with the IT development team, interpreting the business requirements

2009 – 2013     Assistant lecturer

2007 –              Junior fellow

 2006 –  Freelancer researcher, advisor

  • Quantitative research activities, data analysis, research consultancy, project management
  • Teaching
  • Support of IT development – specification, testing, operation, database planning, planning of data visualisation

2004       NRC Market research company
               Market research – trainee


 Most important professional activities

2015 –    Expert activities on secondary use of health data, consultancy in EU level (Joint Action to Support eHealth Network project)

2013 –    Interpreting business requirements, negotiations with data providers, data owners, match data, analysis, presentation in several health and health policy (big data) data analysis (not necessarily related to the project)

2013 – 2016    European Joint Action on Health Workforce Planning and Forecasting project – review of national health workforce data collection systems, interpretation of data categories and process, analysis, publication and consultancy

2012 – 2014    National Human Resources for Health Monitoring System – data warehouse specification, interpreting role between the business and IT actors, specification of reporting system (with permissions), negotiation with data providers, establish collaborations, implementation and presenting the emerging issues to top leaders

2010 – 2012    Human Resources for Health Clearing House pilot project – data warehouse specification, understanding and interpreting the business requirements to project members, establishment collaboration with data providers, data analysis, presentation

2010 –    Elaboration, operation and continuous development of Semmelweis University Graduate Tracking System

2009 – 2011    Elaboration and operation of European data collection system, data analysis and publication

2008 –    Development and teaching several statistical and data analytics training (from beginner to advanced level)



2016 – 2018   Budapest Corvinus University – Business analytics / Data science

2008 – 2013   Semmelweis University School of Ph.D Studies PhD Studies in Health Sciences

2001 – 2006   Eötvös Loránd University (ELTE, Budapest) M.Sc. in Sociology (main subjects: quantitative research and social mobility)


Other education

2016   Negotiation techniques on Harvard basics

2016   Python intermediate – online course on

2015    The Data Scientist’s toolbox – Johns Hopkins University, online course

2015     Project management training

2013    Semmelweis University e-Learning Train-The-Trainers course on e-learning teaching material development

2010    Pedagogy training, Semmelweis University

2003 – 2006    Social Sciences Special College (Társadalomtudományi Szakkollégium) of Eötvös Loránd University (founder member)


Foreign Experiences

2019 –   Co-chair – European Expert Group on Graduate Tracking, Taskforce on the pilot exchanging data on migrant graduates

2018 –   Advisory board member – Eurograduate, European Graduate Tracking pilot project

2009 (May)   One month residency at the WHO European Observatory on Health Systems and Policies in Brussels. The objectives of the internship were participation in the Health PROMeTHEUS project management

2008   Study tour and statistical training: Assessment of the impact of health financing reform on financial protection and equity in finance and service delivery in Hungary, WHO Barcelona Office


Other experience

2013  Participation in the elaboration of Hungarian localization (English-Hungarian translation in online environment)


 Personal strengths

  • Statistics, data analytics experience and interesting in quantitative methods
  • Strong IT and database basics – can be the bridge between the IT developers and business side
  • Problem and solution focused/solution finder approach
  • International experiences
  • Team player, establishment and operation of cooperation
  • Developing capacity and the need for continuous improvement

Hungarian – native language
English  –  fluent

Computer Skills

  • MS Office applications (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook)
  • SPSS / IBM Statistics – statistical software, advanced user, trainer
  • Data mining: Rapidminer, MS Azure ML Studio
  • Data visualisation and BI: Tableau, PowerBI
  • Lotus Notes
  • SQL basic
  • Python basic

Teaching Experiences

2013       Healthcare management for BSc students: e-learning teaching material development (e-book writing and editing, e-learning learning modules development)

2007 –    Introduction to healthcare management for heatlhcare informatician students – lecturer and course leader

2008 –   SPSS training in various levels at more institutions

2005 – 2006    Introduction to the quantitative data analysis – seminar for sociology students

2005 – 2007    SPSS Advanced – seminar for social science college students

Driving license B,
Project management knowledge
Hobbies: Cycling tour, lake Balaton


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