Orosz Andrea
Name:  Dr. Andrea Orosz PhD

Addresses: Information
Telephone: 36-62-545-674
Telefax: 36-62-545-680

E-mail: oroszandrea@yahoo.com

Positions: assistant professor

Educational background:
1992-1996  Deák Ferenc Bilingual High School, Szeged
1997-2003  University of Szeged, Faculty of Medicine, Szeged, English Medical Translator Degree  
1997-2004  University of Szeged, Faculty of Medicine, Szeged, Medical Doctor Degree

Work Experience:
Internal Medicine Residency Program 2nd Department of Internal Medicine and Cardiology, University of Szeged
2007-: Medical Researcher Department of Pharmacology and Pharmacotherapy, University of Szeged

Research history:
2015 : Ph.D. degree (Analysis of short-term temporal variability of cardiac ventricular repolarization in subjects with different clinical conditions, tutor: Dr. Csaba Lengyel Ph.D.)

Research interest:
   - cellular mechanism of antiarrhythmic drug actions
   - cardiac electrophysiology
   - cardiovascular pharmacology

Publication records:
   10 full length papers 
   52 published abstracts
   1 book chapter

Selected publications:

1.      Orosz A, Baczko I, Nagy V, Gavaller H, Csanady M, Forster T, Papp JG, Varro A, Lengyel C, Sepp R: Short-term beat-to-beat variability of the QT interval is increased and correlates with parameters of left ventricular hypertrophy in patients with hypertrophic cardiomyopathy.
Impact Factor:1.770

 2.      Orosz A, Csajbok E, Czekus C, Gavaller H, Magony S, Valkusz Z, Varkonyi TT, Nemes A, Baczko I, Forster T, Wittmann T, Papp JG, Varro A, Lengyel C: Increased Short-Term Beat-To-Beat Variability of QT Interval in Patients with Acromegaly.
PLOS ONE 10:(4) p. e0125639. (2015)
Impact Factor: 3.534

3.      Csaba Lengyel, Andrea Orosz, Péter Hegyi, Zsolt Komka, Anna Udvardy, Edit Bosnyák, Emese Trájer, Gábor Pavlik, Kilós Tóth, Tibor Wittmann, Julius Gy. Papp, András Varró, István Baczkó:Increased Short-Term Variability of the QT interval in Professional Soccer Players: Possible Implication for Arrhythmia Prediction
PLoS One. 2011 Apr 15;6(4):e18751.
Impact Factor: 4.092

4.   Baczkó I., Orosz A., Lengyel Cs., Varró A.: „Athletic heart: the possible role of impaired repolarization reserve in development of sudden cardiac death” in: Bastos J.H. and Silva A.C. (Eds.) Athlete Performance and Injuries.
Nova Science Publishers 2012, pp. 123-143., (Sports and Athletics Preparation, Performance, and Psychology) (ISBN:9781619426580)