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Work History

Dec 2010Present

Radiologist

Kenézy Gyula Hospital Department of Radiology

I am currently employed by a large county hospital where I work as a board certified radiologist. Our department is the largest teleradiology provider in the country.

Apr 2014Present

Instructor

University of Debrecen

Every semester I teach a 6 week, basic chest x-ray course for medical students in English. I am also involved in teaching general radiology  to 4th year medical students  in English as well as in Hungarian. 

Sep 2000Jun 2002

Tutor

MESA - El Camino College 

During these two years I was an employee of the Natural Sciences Department at El Camino College and a member of the M.E.S.A tutor team. I was responsible for tutoring students in three different courses:

  • CHEM 1A (Basic Organic Chemistry)
  • CHEM 1B (Advanced Organic Chemisty)
  • MATH 11 (Basic Algebra)

In each course I held two 90-minute-long sessions per week, for which I prepared my own worksheets for the students to work on, and I provided all necessary explanations to the students. These session were closely tied in with the regular curriculum, so I had to communicate with the professors of the given courses on a regular basis. I founded the CHEM 1B workshop as it had never been done before. M.E.S.A. stands for Math, Engineer, Science Achievement and is a none-profit organisation that is helping students attain better academic performance in the natural sciences. I am proud to have been amongs the founders of M.E.S.A. while juggling with my own studies.

Education

Sep 2002Sep 2009

Medical Doctor

University of Debrecen Medical and Health Science Center
  • I finished my M.D. at the University of Debrecen Medical and Health Science Center, formerly known as University of Debrecen, School of Medicine.
  • I did my student research project at the Department of Nuclear Medicine, since 2007. My research focused on peristaltic wave studies of megaureters using gamma camera.
Sep 2000Jun 2002

A.S. in Biology

El Camino College

I attended El Camino College for two years, during which:

  • I completed an A.S. degree in biology,
  • I finished all the requirements for transfering to UCLA with a major in psychobiology,
  • I received a scholarship from the Chemistry department,
  • I was awarded the Presidential Scholarship at the Natural Sciences Department. Only 8 students receive this award and scholarship from a student body of 10,000 each year, and only one student is chosen for each department.
  • I was a paid tutor at the MESA Program for 3 semesters.
  • I took an active role in the Honors Transfer Program,
  • I wrote for the student newspaper every month.
Sep 1998Jun 2000

High School Diploma

Torrance High School
  • I completed my secondary school education in Torrance. I was rookie of the year and most valuable player in tennis in the year 1999.
  • I finished 3 Los Angeles Marathons between 1999-2001.

Publications

Interests, other

  • I am a member of Mensa HungarIQa.
  • I have a Hungarian and an American driver’s licence.
  • My hobbies are playing tennis, archery, and rockclimbing. 
  • I am found of the Arts, and I paint myself

Objective

I would like to work in an environment where I can improve upon my professional skills, explore new frontiers in radiology, and earn a stable living.

Social Skills

  • Good ability in making contact with people.
  • Persistence.
  • Goal oriented mind.
  • Industriousness.
  • Ability to quickly adapt to new situations and people.

Volunteer Work

    • In July of 2009, I spent ten days in an Irish children's camp called Barretstown, where I volunteered to be the interpreter for the Hungarian group. I have received an invitation to return to Barretstown this September for yet another session. Barretstown is a specially designed camp, providing a programme of adventure, activities and fun which helps children with serious illness regain their confidence and self-esteem.
    • In August of 2009 I spent another ten days in the Hungarian Bátortábor, which was built on the model of Barretstown. In this camp I was responsible for an activity called "high ropes"in which we taught children basic hiking techniques and had them overcome their fear of heights.

      Continous Medical Education

      • Diagnostic Imaging. 5-10 October 2014. Schloss Arenberg, Salzburg.
      • Diagnostic Imaging. 4-10 November 2012. Schloss Arenberg. Salzburg.

      • Diagnostic Imaging. 9-15 October 2011. Schloss Arenberg. Salzburg. 

      • Clinically Oriented Musculosceletal Radiology. 24-27 of March, 2011. Uzsok UtcaiHospital. 1145 Budapest, Uzsoki u. 29.

      • PET/CT in Practice. 13-23 of Septermber, 2010. Scanomed Ltd. 4029 Debrecen,Nagyerdei Krt. 98.

      Language Skills

      • Hungarian: mother tongue
      • English (spoken and written): excellent