Sandor Lovasz, MD,PhD
Name: Sándor Lovász
Born: Budapest, Hungary 10/14/1950
Family status: married, 2 children
M.D. Semmelweis Medical University, Budapest, 1975
Specialty exam: General Urology, Budapest, 1979
''Good Clinical Practice'' exam, 1995, 2011
Ph.D. Dissertation: Urodynamics of Upper Urinary Tract - 2008
German language– high level (1979)
English language - intermediate level (1982)
National Institute of Rheumatology and Physiotherapy, Budapest Department of Urology, 1975-1997
Semmelweis Medical University, Budapest, Department of Urology, 1997-2008
Jahn Ferenc Hospital, Urological Department, Budapest, 2008-2013
Rózsakert Medical Center 2012 – at present
University of Bonn, Germany, Urological Department, 3 months in 1984
Yale University, USA, Urol. Dept. 1 month in 2000
University of Madrid, Spain, Urological Dept. 2 weeks in 2003 (European Scholarship Program of European Association of Urology)
1983 Prize of Hungarian Patent Office for the invention of an instrument of automated regulation of bladder rinsing
1998 Prize of the Hungarian Ministry of Health, for the invention of a one-step screw dilator for percutaneous nephrolitholapaxy
2003-2004 Research grant of Pfizer Cardura Competitive Awards Program
2005 Prize of EGIS Clinic-Pharmacological Research Foundation
2008 Best publication of Hungarian Urology
2016 Grant of European Union for development of an aiding device of self-catheterization and self-treatment
at international congresses: 73
at Hungarian congresses: 55
at postgraduate courses: 65
at Hungarian journals: 36
at international journals: 16
Book chapters: 12
Fields of interest:
Endourology, methods, and tools for medical education.
Development and inventions of medical equipments (4 patents, 5 under clinical testing).
Research on urodynamics of upper urinary tract.
Research on new diagnostic, therapeutic and follow up methods of interstitial cystitis, particularly regarding intravesical instillation therapy.
Current professional activity:
Urological surgical practice at Semmelweis Medical University and at Rozsakert Medical Center in Budapest, Hungary
Basic research on urodynamics of upper urinary tract, and on bladder wall distensibility.
Developing a new, non-invasive, catheterfree method of bladder instillation
Optimizing the mtehod of self-instillation for female IC patients
Research on reduction of costs of treatment in interstitial cystitis
Member of Hungarian Urological Association (MUT)
Member of American Urological Association (AUA)
Member of the International Society for the Study of Bladder Pain Syndrome (ESSIC)
Attribution:SelfType of financial relationship:Independent contractorIneligible company:UroSystem Ltd.