Where are we now more than three years after the outbreak of COVID-19? What do we know about the newest variant? Will there be a new wave? On October 12, Dr. Beatrix Oroszi, Acting Director of Semmelweis University, Epidemiology and Surveillance Center, will give us up-to-date information about the current situation.
- Date: Thursday, October 12
- Time: 14:00-15:00
- Platform: MS Teams
The event will be held in English without translation.
The access link to the event will be shared with all registered guests.
The event is open for AmCham Members only, participation is free of charge.
ABOUT THE SPEAKER
Beatrix Oroszi graduated as a doctor of medicine and then specialized in preventive medicine and public health at Semmelweis University of Hungary. She became a Master of Science in Epidemiology in 2006 at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, and also awarded a diploma of Health Services Management and Health Economics at University of Szeged.
Previously she worked at the Office of the Chief Medical Officer as head of department and then as the director-general of the National Center for Epidemiology until it was dissolved in the Ministry of Human Capacities.
Between 2017 an 2020, she was a Senior Project Leader of the National Public Health Center.
At present, she serves as an Acting Director of the Epidemiology and Surveillance Center of the Semmelweis University.