Tivadar Tulassay

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Tivadar Tulassay
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Born18 January 1949 (1949-01-18) (age 73)
Nationality Hungarian
Education Semmelweis University
Occupation(s)physician, academic
TitleProf. Dr.

Tivadar Tulassay (born 18 January 1949) is a Hungarian pediatrician, who served as Rector of the Semmelweis University between 2003 and 2012. [1] He is a member of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences (2007) and the European Academy of Sciences and Arts since 2012. [2] He also member of the conservative Batthyány Society of Professors. [3]


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  1. Index: Lemond a Semmelweis rektora
  2. "Semmelweis University".
  3. "Professzorok Batthyány Köre - Tagjaink" (in Hungarian). bla.hu. 2 February 2012. Retrieved 1 April 2012.
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Preceded by
Péter Sótonyi
Rector of the Semmelweis University
Succeeded by
Ágoston Szél