Attila Bokor

Attila Bokor,

Professional Qualification:


Qualification: PhD


Issued by: KULeuven, Belgium - Semmelweis University,  Budapest


Date: 2010


Qualification: Specialist in Obstetrics and Gynaecology


Issued by: Committee of Specialist Training & Continuing Education in Health, Budapest


Date: 2005


Qualification:  Medical Law (Masters Degree)


Issued by: Eötvös Loránd University, Faculty of Law, Budapest


Date: 2003


Qualification: Doctor of Medicine


Issued by: Semmelweis University of Medicine, Budapest


Date: 1999

Doctoral training:  KULeuven, Belgium 2007-2009


Other Courses and Trainings


- 2014 ESGE Diploma of Gynecoligic Laparoscopic Surgeon, Brussels, Belgium


- 2012 Laparoscopic Master Class, Elancourt, France


- 2010 Gyneologic laparoscopic surgery at Universitätsmedizin Berlin-Charité, Germany


- 2009 Laparoscopic management of endometriosis, LKH Villach, Austria


- 2007-2009 Laparoscopic surgery in endometriosis, KULeuven, Belgium


- 2004 Massachusetts General Hospital, Dept.of OB/GYN Harvard University, Boston, MA


- 2006 Laparoscopic training in Hallein, Austria


Professional Memberships:


- Member of ESGE since 2009


- Member of ESHRE since 2008


- Member of World Endometriosis Society since 2009


- Coordinator of Special Interest Group Endometriosis of Hungarian Association of Gynaecologic Endoscopists since 2014        


- Secretary of Hungarian Society of Gynecologists since 2012           


- Member of Executive Committee of the Hungarian Association of Assisted Reproduction since 2015


Present Employment:

Job Title: Senior Lecturer, Head of Minimally Invasive Surgery Unit


Employer: semmelweis University, Faculty of Medicine, 1st. Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Budapest  


Research interests:


Endometrial small diameter nerve fibres as diagnostic markers for endometriosis


Sensory nerve fibres and endometriosis related pain


Plasma markers for the non-invasive diagnosis of endometriosis


Free plasma DNA levels in endometriosis


Clinical interests:


Nerve-sparing laparoscopic surgical techniques for deeply infiltrating endometriosis surgery


Fertility preservation in non - gynecological cancer patients


Ovarian endometrioma surgery - ovarian reserve after different surgical procedures


Segmental bowel resection vs, closed full thickness discoid resection for deeply infiltrating endometriosis surgery