She received her medical degree in 1988, became a specialist in Anaesthesiology and Intensive Care and worked as a clinician for several years. Since 2001 she has been working in the field of hospital epidemiology and infection prevention and control at the National Center for Epidemiology and then at the Office of the Chief Medical Officer in Budapest, Hungary. She became a specialist in Preventive Medicine and Public Health in 2004 and she defended her PhD in 2010. She attended a Foundation Course in Hospital Infection Control and a Hospital Hygiene Course. Both trainings were provided by the Health Protection Agency England in 2003. She has been a working group member in several European projects in the field of infection control prevention and control. Among her main fields of interest are improving patient safety and increasing effectivness of the infection control programme using multimodal implemetation startegies. Since 2018 she serves as Medical Director and Infection Control Programme Lead at the Peterfy Hospital, Budapest.