Dr Simor was born and raised in the United States as an American Hungarian. She completed her medical studies at Semmelweis University between 1993 and 1999, before spending her residence years in New York. There, she also completed a specialization in psychiatry, before working in several hospitals in the state of New York until 2019, including Albany Medical Center Hospital, St. Luke's-Roosevelt Hospital and Saratoga Hospital. In the latter institution, she held the position of chief medical director. She currently provides psychiatric care via telephone and the internet so she can keep in contact with her American patients. Between 2002 and 2006, she also held training for medical students and trainee psychiatrists.
Dr Simor moved to Hungary with her family in 2019 after falling in love with Budapest during her college years.
She speaks English and Hungarian, and predominantly treats English-speaking patients.
In her free time, Dr Simor enjoys hiking, doing exercise, spending time with her family and friends, watching films, cooking and walking her dogs.