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Geza Mezei

Consultant Neurosurgeon

Mr Mezei was appointed as a consultant neurosurgeon in Sheffield in 2018 with special interest in Neuro-oncology and Stereotactic Radiosurgery.

Mr Mezei graduated at University of Szeged, Hungary and was awarded his MD degree at University of Debrecen, Hungary in 2001. During his medical training undertook scholarships and fellowships in Germany and Italy.

Following his university PhD fellowship and foundation training, Mr Mezei started his neurosurgical training in Hungary. His main training site was the Department of Neurosurgery at University of Debrecen. This is a large University Hospital where the whole spectrum of neurosurgery are practiced including stereotactic radiosurgery and pediatric neurosurgery. Since 2008, Mr Mezei has gained substantial experience in radiosurgery on various platforms and was appointed as Consultant in Hungary in 2011. He subsequently completed his Fellow of Royal College of Surgeons equivalent specialization exam in 2011, and was appointed as a specialist neurosurgeon at Department of Neurosurgery, Debrecen. In this substantive consultant neurosurgical position, he covered the whole spectrum of neurosurgery with special interest in neuro-oncology, simple spine surgery including instrumentation and stereotactic radiosurgery. He left his European surgical practice in 2015. Mr Mezei has GMC maintained registration in the UK since 2014 with licence to practice and registration on the specialist board.

Mr Mezei transferred to UK at the end of 2014 to start a further fellowship in radiosurgery at the Royal Hallamshire Hospital. Following completion of this fellowship Mr Mezei remained at the Hallamshire Hospital to gain further experience in operative neurosurgery, leadership and management and commenced his substantive consultant post in 2018.

Mr Mezei was awarded his PhD in 2015 in the field of neurosciences in neuro-oncology. His scientific interest includes intraoperative tissue diagnosis and tumour genetics. The results of this were presented in the form of multiple peer-reviewed publications, book chapters and presentations in national and international meetings. In the field of radiosurgery he has a particular interest in the radiosurgical treatment of large acoustic neuromas, metastatic brain tumours and vascular malformations.

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Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

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