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medical educator

Josef Makovitzky, Hungarian medical educator. Achievements include research in human and animal amyloid and glycoconjugate polarization microscopy using topo-optical reactions; research in immunohistochemistry of endometrium placenta and brest cancer. Recipient 1st prize, International Congress Budapest, 1968. Member of Hungarian Science Academy.

Background

Makovitzky, Josef was born on December 15, 1942 in Nagykanizsa, Hungary. Son of Gyula and Augustine Makovitzky.

Education

Student, University Pecs, Hungary, 1961—1962. Doctor of Medicine, Medical University Pecs, 1968. Doctor of Philosophy, Hungarian Science Academy, Budapest, 1981.

Career

Demonstration assistant Institute of Pathology, resident, 1968—1972. Prokurator First Institute Pathology, Medical University Semmelweis, Budapest, 1973—1976. Science associate department morphology National Institute Rheumatology and Physiotherapy.

Faculty University Budapest. Science associate Institute Pathology, University Erlangen, Germany, 1985—1988. Vice head Institute Pathology, Klinikum Barmbeck Hamburg, 1988—1992.

Guest professor University Halle, Germany, 1992—1994. Faculty department gynecological pathology University Rostock, Germany, head department gynecological pathology, 1998. Visiting professor pathology Semmelweis Medical University, 1991.

Achievements

  • Achievements include research in human and animal amyloid and glycoconjugate polarization microscopy using topo-optical reactions. Research in immunohistochemistry of endometrium placenta and brest cancer.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor numerous articles to professional journals, monograph.

Membership

Member of Hungarian Science Academy.

Connections

father:
Gyula Makovitzky

mother:
Augustine Makovitzky