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About HDS

Historical information:


The Hungarian Dermatological Society is an autonomous legal entity, which was founded in
1928.

The founding members were: Prof. Lajos Nékám and Prof. József Gusman.

List of presidents including years:
Prof. Lajos Nékám 1928-1940
Prof. Ede Neuber 1940-1944
Prof. Lajos Szodoray 1944-1947
Prof. József Gusman 1947-1948
Prof. Ödön Rajka 1948-1950
Prof. Ferenc Földvári 1950-1969
Prof. Istvan Pastinszky 1969-1976
Prof. Lajos Szodoray 1976-1980
Prof. Simon Miklós 1980-1984
Prof. István Rácz 1984-1992
Prof. Attila Dobozy 1992-1995
Prof. Imre Schneider 1995-1998
Prof. János Hunyadi 1998-2001
Prof. Attila Horváth 2001-2004
Prof. Sándor Husz 2004-2006
Prof. Sarolta Kárpáti 2006-2008
Prof. Lajos Kemény 2008-2010
Prof. Éva Remenyik 2010-2013
Prof. Zsuzsanna Bata-Csörgő 2013-2016
Prof. Andrea Szegedi 2016-2019
Prof. Dr. Rolland Gyulai 2019-2022

In the September of 1935 the 9th World Congress of Dermatology was organised by the HDS, the congress secretary was Istvan Rothman, the congress president was Lajos Nékám

Aims of the society:


This is an organisation of natural and legal entities, who are involved in researches on dermato-venerology. The goal of this society is to develop dermato-venerology and cosmetic treatments, to enrich the scientific knowledge of the members, as well as to train the members in the fields of medical ethics. In order to reach its goals, the Hungarian Dermatological Society organises lectures, national and international conferences, publishes a learned journal (Bőrgyógyászati és Venerológiai Szemle >> – in English: Journal of Hungarian Dermatology and STD) and other publications. An important aim of HDS is to maintain and improve good relationship with national and international societies.



Do you cooperate in research subjects with the DDG?


In 2009 the monography entitled "Geschichte der deutschsprachigen Dermatologie" was published, in which there is a chapter about the Hungarian dermatology. This chapter was written by Prof. Mátyás Baló-Banga and Prof. Lajos Kemény.
Besides, there is a German-Hungarian Dermatological Society (DUDG), which was founded 15 years ago, and in every two years it organises a conference. This year this conference will take place in Berlin. The German president of DUDG: Prof. Th. Ruzicka (München), the Hungarian president is Prof M. Baló-Banga.



Sections of the HDS:


Contact dermatitis section
Dermato-chirurgical section
Dermato-infectional section
Dermato-oncological section
Section of experimental dermatology
Paediatric dermatology section
Section of history of dermatology
Cosmetological section
Lymphoma section
Mycology section
German-Hungarian section
Photo-dermatological section
Psycho-dermatological section
Psoriasis section
Dermatoscopy section
Hidradenitis suppurativa section
Acne-rosacea section
USA-Hungary section >>

Workgroup of the HDS: Workgroup of the nurses

Do you support the apprenticeship?


The Board of Directors determines a financial frame every year, from which the presence of young dermatologists, residents on international conferences is supported. Traditionally, one conference is chosen every year, and all the financial frame is dedicated to support that conference. In this year the DUDG Conference is chosen by the Board, and young dermatologists and residents will be supported to take part in this conference.
Other supports: HDS awards the best dermatological study on the Contest of Scientific Research of Students in every Clinic, every year.
There are also special courses for residents, organised or supported by the HDS.



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