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Curriculum Vitae of Dr. Péter Ferdinandy

       
  Full name:
Péter Ferdinandy, MD, PhD, DSc, MBA
       
  Citizenship:
Hungarian
       
  Address:
Cardiovascular Research Group,
University of Szeged, Department of Biochemistry
Szeged, Dóm tér 9, H-6720, Hungary
tel (secretary):+36 62 545096
       
  Education, degrees:

  2004:
DSc degree of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences
  2000-2004:
Masters of Business Administration (MBA), specialized in financing and quality management. Budapest University of Technology and Economics, in collaboration with the Rochester Institute of Technology and The State University of New York at Buffalo, NY, USA
  2001 March:
"Habilitation" at the University of Debrecen, Hungary. Topic: Pharmacology
  1999 Oct:
Registered as Clinical-Pharmacologist
   1997-1999:
Postdoctoral training, Cardiovascular Research group, Depts Pharmacology and Pediatrics, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada
  1996-1997:
Postdoctoral training, Dept Biochemistry, Albert Szent-Györgyi University, Szeged, Hungary
  1995 Dec:
PhD degree (score: excellent, "summa cum laude")
  1991-1995:
PhD training, Depts of Physiology and Biochemistry, Albert Szent-Györgyi University, Szeged, Hungary
  1991 Sep:
MD degree (score: excellent, "summa cum laude")
  1985-1991:
Medical Faculty, Albert  Szent-Györgyi University, Szeged, Hungary
       
  Positions held:


2005-present:
Professor of Biochemistry and Clinical Pharmacology, Head of Cardiovascular Research Group, Dept. Biochem., University of Szeged, Szeged, Hungary

2004-present:

Director of Innovation, Medical Faculty, University of Szeged, Szeged, Hungary

2003-present:

CEO, founder, Pharmahungary Group, Szeged, Hungary
  2001-2003:
Head of Cardiovascular Projects, Biorex Research and Development Co, Veszpém-Szabadságpuszta, Hungary
  1996-2005:
Associate Professor, Head of Cardiovascular Research Group, Dept. Biochem., University of Szeged, Szeged, Hungary
  1994-1996:
Assistant Professor, Dept. Biochem., Albert Szent-Györgyi  University, Szeged, Hungary
  1993-1994:
Research Associate, Dept. Biochem., Albert Szent-Györgyi  University, Szeged, Hungary
  1988-1991:
Part-time researcher, part-time lecturer, Dept. Pharmacology, Albert Szent-Györgyi University, Szeged, Hungary
       
  Teaching experience:


2004-present:

Sessional lecturer in Pharmacology, Semmelweis University, Budapest, Hungary
  1998-1999:
Sessional lecturer in Pharmacology, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada
  1993-present:
Lecturer in Biochemistry, University of Szeged, Hungary
  1991-1994:
Lecturer in Physiology, Albert Szent-Györgyi University, Szeged, Hungary
  1988-1991:
Lecturer in Pharmacology, Albert Szent-Györgyi University, Szeged, Hungary
       
  Scholarships, fellowships:

  2002-2005:
Szechenyi Professor's Scholarship
  1999-2002:
Bolyai Scholarship from the Hungarian Academy of Sciences
  1997-1999:
Postdoctoral Fellowship from the Medical Research Council of Canada and the Alberta Heritage Foundation for Medical Research, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada
  1996-1997:
Postdoctoral Fellowship from the Hungarian Scientific Research Found and the Hungarian Scholarship Foundation (Eotvos Scholarship)
  1995 Sep-Nov:
Department of Kinesiology, University of Waterloo, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada
  1991-1994:
Scholarship of Hungarian Academy of Sciences
  1990 Aug-Oct:
Department of Physiology, Free University, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
  1989-1991:
Scholarship of Hungarian Republic
  1989 July-Aug:
Department of Cardiology, Sahlgrenska Hospital, Göteborg, Sweden
       
  Major awards:

  1989:
"Pro Scientia" gold medal (award of the National Students` Scientific  Council, the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, and the Education Ministry of Hungary)
  1991:
"Apáthy István" award (award of the Albert Szent-Györgyi University)
  1999:
International Society for Heart Research, Young Investigator Award 1st prize, Maastricht, 1999
       
  Major membership:
-International Society for Heart Research, European Section, President Elect
      -European Society for Cardiology, Working Group of Cellular Biology, Nucleus Member
 

-Hungarian Society for Cardiology
 

-Hungarian Society for Experimental and Clinical Pharmacology
       
  Editor for:
-Br J Pharmacol
 

-J Pharmacol Toxicol Methods



-J Mol Cell Cardiol

      -Basic Res Cardiol
       
  Languages:
Native language: Hungarian
English (fluent)
German (basic)
       
  Scientometric data:
Number of full papers in international journals: 101
Cumulative impact factor of these papers: over 500
Total number of citations: over 2500
Book chapters: 3