Dr. Loránd Erőss

Dr. Loránd Erőss

Director of the Neuromodulation Program and Head of the Functional Neurosurgical Department at the National Institute of Neuroscience

Dr. Loránd Erőss was born in 1965 in Budapest. He graduated from SOTE University in 1990. He made his Neurology qualifying exam uin 1995, and his Neursurgery qualifying exam in 2001, both at OITI, Budapest. He completed the Fellow of International Pain Practicional Exam at World Institute of Pain in 2007. In 2010 he completed his PhD studies at Semmelweis University. Dr. Loránd Erőss is the director of the Neuromodulation Program and head of the Functional Neurosurgical Department at the National Institute of Neuroscience in Budapest. He is the director of the Center of Neuromodulation at the institute. He got his PhD degree at Semmelweis University in 2010 in epilepsy surgery. His main interest is epilepsy surgery, movement disorder surgery, neurosurgical treatment of pain, spasticity and neuromodulation. He has an active reasearch group in the field of epilepsy, chronic pain. He developed new intraoperative localisation method for invasiv recordingűs in epilepsy surgery. His activity includes research and development of in vitro and in vivo electrophysiological and optical investigation methods