Zoltan Grosz

Zoltán Grosz works as a consultant neurologist. He is head of the outpatient clinic and Laboratory of Clinical Neurophysiology of the Intitute of Genomic Medicine and Rare Disorders at Semmelweis University. He is conducting his PhD studies on motoneuron diseases.
After graduation from the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Debrecen, he spent his residency and gained experience working at the Neurology and Stroke Center of „Szt. Imre Hospital” He achieved the title „expert in neurosonology” in 2006, took the Board Exam on Neurology in 2007. Passed the European thrombolysis exam in 2008. He became a specialist in clinical electrophysiology in 2011. In 2014 he achived the title „specialist in health management” at the Faculty of Corvinus University. Recently, his focus turned toward rare diseases. His interests covers the distinct fields of neurodegenerative and neuromuscular diseases. He is also inolved in the education and holding lectures both undergraduate and postgraduate level. He has great experinece as a subinvestigator in clinical trials ranging phase II-III.