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Kanyorszky Tünde


Kanyorszky Tünde

Department of Exotic Animal and Wildlife Medicine
Position: veterinarian
(1) 478-4100
Building M

I graduated in 2013. In 2014 I joined the staff of the Internal Medicine Department and Clinic of the Veterinary Universitiy in Budapest as an intern. I have been mainly working in the Intensive Care Unit of the clinic since 2016. In 2018, I obtained my diploma as a specialist veterinarian for exotic animals. I joined the staff of the Department of Exotic Animal and Wildlife Medicine as a clinical veterinarian in June 2019. From September 2019 I am also a PhD student at the Department of Internal Medicine and its Clinic.

I participate both in the examination and clinical care of exotic animals (rabbits, guinea pigs, hamsters, degu, chinchillas, rats as well as birds and reptiles) and in the education of students of graduate and of the exotic specialist veterinary training.

Main research area:

clinicopathology and therapy of canine acute pancreatitis, mainly from the dietary view

Professional progress:

                2013. Doctor of Veterinary Medicine

                2018. Specialist of Exotic Animals


                2013 –                   Hungarian Veterinary Chamber

                2020 –                   Hungarian Small Animal Veterinary Association

Thesis supervisor:

2020. Nabulsi, Sami: A Systematic Review of the Association of Fat Content of Food with Canine Acute Pancreatitis

2023. Simon, Eszter: Prevalence of Macrorhabdus ornithogaster in budgerigars between 2016 and 2020

O’Boyle, Shona: An in Depth Review of Gastrointestinal Stasis in Rabbits (ongoing)

Students’ Research Circle supervisor:

2022. Vad, Petra: The effects of the nutritional composition on dogs in an experimental pancreatitis model

Babits, Emma Léda: (ongoing) The role of acute phase proteins in inflammatory disorders