Tamás Treuer, MD, PhD. was born in 1966. He received his degree in Medicine from Semmelweis University in Budapest in 1990, and other degrees & Board Certificates in Psychiatry (1994), Psychotherapy (1996), Business Consultancy (2000, by PriceWaterhouseCoopers), Doctor of Philosophy - PhD (2002), Psychiatric Rehabilitation (2005). He had been working for the National Institute of Psychiatry and Neurology (NIPN) in Budapest for 12 years (1990-2002).
He is an author of more than 100 publications and co-editor of academic books, and he was a former Medical Secretary of the Hungarian Psychiatric Association.
His research interest primarily devoted to impulse control disorders, depression and schizophrenia. He was acting as a Head Psychiatrist, Associate Professor and Clinical Deputy Chairman at the University Faculty of Health Sciences, Department of Psychiatry at NIPN, where he developed the Active Training Program with his colleagues, which is now serving as a proof concept & practice for psychiatric residency trainings in Hungary. He also received many trainings abroad such as the fellowship of the American Psychiatric Association in 1995 in Washington DC in Government Relation Management and NIMH, Problem Based Learning Training in the Department of Education Research at Allegheny University in Philadelphia in 1997 and Evidence Based Medicine Trainings in Copenhagen in 1998.
Tamás was an investigator of different antipsychotics and antidepressants in Phase III trials between 1995-2002. He has received a Medicina Nivo Price and a Goldschmidt Price recently as a reward for his two academic publications (in 2005). Tamás joined Eli Lilly & Company directly in the Area Medical Center Vienna in 2002 for regional clinical research activities. His main fields of practice: Psychiatry, psychotherapy, depression, anxiety disorders, eating disorders, impulse control disorders, couple counselling, schizophrenia.
His spoken languages are Hungarian and English.