Daniel Varga was born in 1958. He graduated from Semmelweis Medical University in 1982.
He began his career as a neurologist in a colourful suburban hospital in Budapest. He was working at he National Institute of Neurology and Psychiatry from 1987 to 2007, where he got abundant experiences in the fields of neurology, psychiatry and cerebrovascular diseases. He had also a hand in focal psychotherapy.
He has been the leader of the outpatient clinic of National Institute of Neurology and Neurosurgery since 2008. He is especially interested in cerebrovascular diseases and the psychiatric consequences of stroke. Dr Varga happily deals with so called „borderzone” cases as well (means cases between somatic medicine and psychiatry).
He has worked as a locum neurology/stroke consultant in the UK several times (Brighton, Bristol, Sunderland).
He is married, he has two teenager sons.
He spends his spare time with literature, classical music and sport.