Dr. Alajos Takáts Ph.D.

Dr. Alajos Takáts Ph.D.

Medical Director, Chief Clinical Physician
Gastroenterology and internal medicine
Endomedix Budapest
Medical Director, Gastroenterologist, Endomedix Budapest
Medical Director, Chief Clinical Physician
Gastroenterology and internal medicine
Endomedix Budapest
Dr. Takáts is the Chief of Internal Medicine and Gastroenterology at the Surgical Clinic I of Semmelweis University and the Medical Director of Endomedix Diagnostic Centres, the largest private gastroenterology network in Hungary, with a presence in Budapest and in rural areas.
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Professional qualifications of Dr. Alajos Takáts Ph.D.
-Semmelweis Medical University, Faculty of General Medicine (1980)
-Examination in gynaecology (1986)
-Examination in gastroenterology (1992)
-Doctor of Medicine (1996)
-Semmelweis University of Medicine, Ph.D. in the therapeutic aspects of Helicobacter pylori (2000)

Professional experience of Dr. Alajos Takáts Ph.D.
-Clinical Chief Physician, Gastroenterologist, Department of Surgery, Semmelweis University, Faculty of Medicine, Department of Surgery, University of Szeged (2005-)
-Deputy Head of Department, Gastroenterologist, Bajcsy Zsilinszky Hospital, Department of Internal Medicine and Gastroenterology I (1999-2003)
-Gastroenterologist, Head of the Gastroenterology Outpatient Clinic, Újpest Hospital, Department of Internal Medicine III (1981-1999)
-Assistant physician, Department of Internal Medicine, Komárom County Hospital III (1980-1981)

The scientific work of Dr. Alajos Takáts Ph.D.
Dr. Alajos Takáts Ph.D. has been a member of the Hungarian Gastroenterological Society (MGT) since 1991. He is a founding member of the Hungarian Helicobacter pylori Working Group within the MGT, and has been the protocol leader and secretary since 2000. He has presented papers and posters on Helicobacter pylori at several national and international congresses. In 1996, he wrote a publication for general practitioners entitled "Browse the literature on famotidine", and in 1997, he published a paper on the relationship between NSAIDs and famotidine, published by Richter G. Rt. In 1998, his first book, "What you need to know about ulcer disease", was published in Springer's Patient Education Books series. In 2000 he co-authored 2 chapters in the MGT-MEDICOM publication "HELICOBACTER PYLORI" in the Consensus booklet series.

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