Editor - Ildiko Molnar | Hungarian Academy of Sciences | 23201

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Ildiko Molnar

Ildiko Molnar
Ildiko Molnar
EndoMed, Immunoendocrinology and Osteoporosis Centre
Burn, Hungary
Hungarian Academy of Sciences


Ildiko Molnar MD completed her PhD in the special field of Graves’ ophthalmopathy at the candidate of science course (PhD) of Hungarian Academy of Science. Work and research connected her to Kenézy County and Teaching Hospital from 1977 to 2008. Her research activities exerted on field of internal medicine, endocrinology, immunology and allergology participating at International Congresses, and Guest Lectures as an invited Speaker, as well as at Hungarian Scientific events. She hold graduate lectures at the Medical University of Debrecen. She is member of the postdoctorial school of Medical University in Debrecen, as well as participates in the postgraduate education courses. Now she is the chief of EndoMed, Immunoendocrinology and Osteoporosis Centre, Private Outpatient Clinic. She has an expert in laboratory methods (ELISA, Western and ECL blotting, allergy testing, colorimetric iodine measurement) and DXA measurement. She is interested in the immunoendocrine patho-mechanism of autoimmune thyroid diseases, particularly in Graves’ orbitopathy; thyroid hormonal metabolism; allergy in autoimmune thyroid diseases; postmenopausal osteoporosis and inflammatory events. She has published more than 56 papers in reputed journals, 16 chapters and 4 books.

Research Interest

Autoimmune thyroid diseases, particularly in Graves’ orbitopathy; thyroid hormonal metabolism; allergy; postmenopausal osteoporosis and inflammatory events.