Symposium on Long COVID-19 Co-Chaired by Dean Szabo
By Sandor Szabo, MD, PhD, MPH and John Schloss, PhD
As another example of the ‘from local to global outreach’ of AUHS, on Thursday, May 5, 2022, Drs. Sandor Szabo (Founding Dean of the AUHS School of Medicine) and Veronika Müller (Semmelweis University, School of Medicine, Hungary) cochaired a session of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences devoted to “THE LONG COVID SYNDROME: LINGERING ILLNESS AFTER THE PANDEMIC A ‘LONG COVID’.” The session was live streamed over YouTube to an international audience. Both Drs. Sandor Szabo and John Schloss (AUHS School of Pharmacy and School of Medicine) gave presentations at this symposium on the topics of “The post-COVID stress syndrome and other neuroendocrine changes in Long COVID” and “Nutritional deficiencies that may predispose to Long COVID,” respectively.
A list of the presentations made in this symposium can be found below along with photos from Drs. Schloss’, Szabo’s, and Müller’s participation. A Dropbox link to folders containing additional photos is provided below. A link to a video recording of the entire symposium is available to the public on YouTube.
Drs. Szabo and Müller: