I graduated from the General Medical Faculty of the Medical University of Debrecen in 2000. After that, I started my career as a resident doctor at the Children's Health Center of Borsod Abaúj Zemplén County Hospital, where my interest turned to premature birth care. In 2008, I passed the specialist exam in infant and pediatric medicine, from then on I continued my work as a specialist in the Premature Department, and then I also tried my hand as an entrepreneurial general practitioner for two years in 2012/13. After that, I managed the Neonatal Department of the Obstetrics and Gynecology Department of the Borsod Abaúj Zemplén County Hospital and University Teaching Hospital. In the meantime, in 2015, I took a specialist exam in neonatology. I was appointed assistant professor on June 1, 2017. The BAZ County Central Hospital is a progressive patient care facility with 2,300 births per year, after the merger of the hospitals in March 2020, this number rose to 4,500. Due to the regrettably high number of premature births, I gained a lot of experience and routine in their care from the 23rd week of pregnancy onwards. My on-call duties in the hospital's PIC III further increased my skills. During my work, I put a lot of emphasis on creating a harmonious mother-newborn relationship - thereby strengthening the baby-friendly nature of the class. My main area of interest is the care of extremely low birth weight premature babies, the practical up-to-dateness of this is indispensable for my everyday work. In my spare time, I also participate in Premature Rescue.