Dr. Éva Csajbók From the University of Szeged, Hungary, is now a new member of the AELIP advisory committee.
Éva Csajbók was born in Szeged, Hungary, in 1970. After completing a specialized bachelor's degree in French, in which she was admitted to Albert Szent-Györgyi University, Medical University, Szeged, Hungary, where she received her undergraduate degree as a doctor of medicine (MD, summa cum laude, 1994). She joined the first department of Internal Medicine at the same university. Two years later she completed her studies as a
Medical economist at József Attila University, Szeged, Hungary (cum laude, 1996). After 5 years of training, she became a specialist in Internal Medicine (summa cum laude, 1999) and 3 years later a specialist in Endocrinology (summa cum laude, 2003) and Diabetologist of the Hungarian Diabetes Society (2006). She has special licenses in diabetology, hypertonology and obesity (2014). She is a medical advisor to the Cortical Microcircuits Research Group of the
Hungarian Academy of Sciences. He recently defended his doctoral thesis entitled: "Expression of insulin and GLP-1 receptors in the interneurons of the cortex brain" (summa cum laude, 2019).