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Psychiatrist , researcher

Joseph George Racz, Hungarian psychiatrist, researcher. Medical diplomate, psychiatrist, psychotherapist. Soros Foundation scholar, 1990; Ashoka fellow, 1995.

Background

Racz, Joseph George was born on April 28, 1957 in Budapest, Hungary. Son of Joseph and Anna (Lékai) Racz.

Education

Doctor of Medicine, Semmelweis Medical School, Hungary, 1981.

Career

Scholar, Institute for Psychology, Hungarian Academy Sciences, Budapest, 1983-1986; junior research fellow, Institute for Psychology, Hungarian Academy Sciences, Budapest, 1986-1991; research fellow, Institute for Psychology, Hungarian Academy Sciences, Budapest, 1991-1996; senior research fellow, Institute for Psychology, Hungarian Academy Sciences, Budapest, since 1996; head department addictions, College of Health, Haynal U., Budapest, since 1996; director, Blue Point Drug Counseling Center, Budapest, since 1996.

Achievements

  • Medical diplomate, psychiatrist, psychotherapist.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Drug Taking Behavior, 1988, Addictions: Symptons and Interventions, 1999.

Connections

Married Eva Csom (divorced 1992). 1 child, Peter Marton.

father:
Joseph Racz

mother:
Anna (Lékai) Racz

spouse:
Eva Csom

child:
Peter Marton Racz