Prof. Dr. Péter Hegyi
Prof. Dr. Péter Hegyi
strategic director

With e-learning, the goal of the Translational Medicine Foundation which was established in 2016 is to provide a unified interface for students and faculty to use to easily and securely deliver course materials and information to users and by this to accelerate the translation of scientific results into the community benefits. After registration and entry, students will find their own courses under the Courses tab. The curriculum is available to students in English. Access is conditional on payment of a fee or active student status.

These courses were developed to train students in the field of medical and health sciences and to train health care professionals and researchers at the beginning of their careers. We have been educating undergraduate and graduate students, as well as clinicians for five years. After the last lectures and the closing tests, you will receive a certificate as proof of your acquired knowledge.

By e-learning, you get more flexibility with scheduling classes. You can fit online classes more easily into a busy or inconsistent schedule. Also, you get more flexible pacing. If you have 1 busy week and 1 free week, you can do double the work during the week where you have more free time. E-learning is generally lower priced. Not having to deal with the logistics of physically getting to campus is another advantage of this kind of method.

We hope you enjoy the courses!


"The training was very well balanced between offering the theoretical basis for understanding meta-analysis and learning-by-doing activities that subsequently ensured the success of actually performing one. Besides, the team was friendly and relaxed and therefore the environment was perfect for acquiring knowledge and skills. Attending the course was a great opportunity."


"It was a very good introduction for beginners, which provided a useful source to performing meta-analyses."


"This educational material provided a solid basis for me to delve into the world of meta-analyses. It’s very practice-oriented and understandable.”