Dr. Lovász earned his medical diploma summa cum laude from Semmelweis University in 1975. In 1979 he passed urology exams. He began his professional work in the Hungarian Rheumatology and Physiotherapy Institute’s Urology Department in 1975, gaining experience with general urologic surgery.
As a lecturer of the Semmelweis University Urology Clinic , he participated in training of medical students in three languages, carried out independent scientific research, and organized national medical specialist training and further training. For 8 years he served as representative of the Hungarian Society of Urology and on the German Society of Urology East-West Committee. In the European Association of Urology he spent 6 years organizing international urology specialist exams and the qualification of European urology training sites.
Since 2008, as chief physician of the Urology Department of Ferenc Jahn Hospital he has chiefly been training young people and organizing and executing clinical trials and basic research connected with interstitial cystitis. In 2008 he earned a PhD in the area of developing urodynamic upper urinary tract examinations. Since 2005 he has been more intensively focused on diagnosing and treating interstitial cystitis (bladder pain syndrome), and has been a member of the International Society for the Study of Bladder Pain Syndrome (ESSIC) since 2010.
He is married and has three children. His hobbies are DIY, designing medical instruments and building prototypes, and he’s an amateur historian, collecting films and documents about World War 2 and the Holocaust.