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Ioan Magyar

Ioan Magyar

Associate Professor
Oradea University
Romania

Biography

Ioan Magyar is 51 years old and works as an Associate Teaching Professor of Basic & Clinical Pharmacology at the Faculty of Medicine & Pharmacy, University Oradea, Romania. He has completed his PhD at the age of 41 with a thesis about “The pharmacological influences in acute myocardial infarction: the non-invasive evaluation of the efficiency of thrombolysis in STEMI patients”. Dr Magyar is the chief of the Department of Pharmacology at the previously mentioned university. He is involved in teaching as well as in clinical activities as an emergency medicine specialist. Holding the title of Consultant in Clinical Pharmacology and Emergency Medicine he attained a supplementary competence in Clinical Toxicology. His main research domain is Clinical Pharmacology and, in particular, the activity of Pharmacovigilance. In his professional bibliography a few post-doctoral studies may be found, under the coordination of the British Pharmacological Society. Among these ones we mention Enzymes as Drug Targets (London, 2011), Drug Discovery (London, 2012) and Clinical Discovery (London, 2012). Dr Magyar published over 65 scientific articles having the subject of Clinical Pharmacology as main theme. Some of those were published by Romanian medical journals, some in English language in medical journals of different countries. Since 2014 Dr Magyar has been invited to be member of the editorial board of the Journal of Clinical Pharmacology and Biopharmaceuticals, part of the OMICS group. Also this year, he has been invited and participated as Speaker/Expert at the Indo-Global Healthcare Summit & Expo, 20-22 June, Hyderabad, India.

Research Interest

Clinical Pharmacology