Marianna Borsodi M.D. graduated from Semmelweis Medical University in 1981. After graduation, she started working at the university’s First Department of Surgery as a clinical trainee, then from 1985, after completing her specialization, she became an anaesthesiologist and intensive care specialist, assistant professor, and then from 2001 an assistant university professor.
Since 2013, she has become the head of the Intensive Care and Anaesthesia Department of the Clinic.
In line with the profile of the clinic, she has gained extensive experience in the anesthesia and intensive care of traumatological interventions, kidney transplants, endocrinological surgeries, vascular surgery, and especially major abdominal surgeries (liver, pancreas, esophagus, colon).
Her main interests included acute and chronic pain relief, which was the basis of her scientific work. Her papers and book chapters have been published primarily on this topic. Besides these, of course, Borsodi M.D. has been involved in both graduate and postgraduate education.
She established the clinic’s chronic pain outpatient department to primarily treat patients with chronic pancreatitis and pancreatic cancer.
She has introduced new methods of postoperative analgesia, such as the patient-directed analgesia.
She also started working in private healthcare in 2009.
Since 2017, she has been a member of the anaesthesiological team of Dr. Rose Private Hospital.
She has got an intermediate English language exam.
She has three adult daughters. In her spare time, she likes to read, do yoga, she is an enthusiastic concert and theatre-goer.