Dr. Dóra Vesztergom obstetrician-gynecologist, endocrinologist, infertility specialist
I began my studies at Semmelweis University, however, my training in obstetrics and gynecology in Switzerland played the largest role in shaping my clinical approach. During my studies in Switzerland, I attended courses in Belgium and France, most recently as a clinical physician at one of the world’s leading fertility clinic, UZ-Brussels. I am currently working at the Assisted Reproduction Center of Semmelweis University as an infertility specialist.
Dr. Tamás Takács andrologist, urologist
I graduated at Semmelweis University’s Faculty of General Medicine in 2004, I graduated in urology in 2010, and in andrology in 2013, and worked as a urologist in Gibraltar between 2016-2019. I am currently working as an andrologist at the Assisted Reproduction Center of the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Semmelweis University.
One of the main areas of my work is the investigation and treatment of male infertility, which is of great professional and social importance in terms of its frequency. According to statistics, every 5th couple in Hungary is struggling with infertility, which affects tens of thousands of men. Therefore, in addition to caring for patients, it is important to draw society's attention to the existence of the problem, treatment options and possible prevention. To this end, I am pleased to participate in the Prónay Castle Fertility Program.
Dóra Demeter dietitian
I graduated at Semmelweis University with a degree in dietetics. I have always been interested in the world of cuisine, so it is a pleasure for me to help others through gastronomy. Currently I am working with Dr. Dóra Vesztergom on supporting patients with fertility problems by developing a healthy, personalized diet. The kitchen is my favorite therapeutic area, as you can improve your health at home by experimenting with delicious foods.
Dr. Tímea Buzder embryologist
I am Dr. Tímea Buzder, chief embryologist at the Semmelweis University Assisted Reproduction Center, creator of Embrioblog. I graduated from the university with a degree in genetics and then received my doctorate in molecular cell biology. As a parent, I also see the emergence of a new life as a miracle, and in my work I help the creation of embryos. I consider it my personal mission to provide the right information so that it can reach everyone from an authentic source.
Krisztina Soltész clinical psychologist
I am Krisztina Soltész, a clinical psychologist. My journey of self-understanding through the obstacles of my femininity and my future motherhood led me to Emma C. Molnár, who was a psychologist at the 1st Women's Clinic of SOTE at that time. This encounter also defined my professional career. At the Department of Psychology of Eötvös Loránd University, I wrote a dissertation entitled "Investigation of the Relationship Dynamics of Infertile Couples", then I studied active analysis with Emma C. Molnár as a method, and until 2010 I worked at the private psychotherapy center she founded and runs. Since then, I have been working at the Maternity Clinic in the Medical Health Center, and I also have my private practice.