János Nemcsik was born in 08/02/1977., in Eger, Hungary. He graduated in medicine in 2001 and was awarded of Ph.D. degree in 2005, both in Semmelweis University, Budapest, Hungary. He is a specialist of internal medicine, family medicine, occupational medicine and hypertension care. He currently works as a general practitioner, he is an invited lecturer at the Department of Family Medicine, Semmelweis University and since September 2017, he is the secretary general of the Hungarian Society of Hypertension. He is involved in arterial stiffness and endothelial dysfunction research especially in patients with hypertension and chronic kidney disease and he is also interested in psychosomatic connections. His first PhD student graduated in 2019.
As a general practitioner with the background of both basic research and internal medicine and also an interest in arterial stiffening 18 years ago, I believe, that can facilitate the dissemination of the knowledge to physicians who will hopefully make clinical decisions based on arterial stiffness and central hemodynamic parameters in the future. I would like to represent an integrative approach.
As the executive committee member the Hungarian Society of Hypertension since 2013 and the general secretary since 2017, I’m experienced with many different aspects of the operation of a scientific society. In 2019 I was involved in the organization of ARTERY 2019 Conference in my hometown, Budapest. I’m also a member of the International 24-hour Ambulatory Aortic Blood Pressure Consortium (i24ABC) and the COST Action VascAgeNet.