Dr. András Folyovich was born in 1954 in Budapest. In Budapest, the Fazekas Mihály Practice Elementary School and Grammar School, he got his BA in 1973 with excellent results. In that year, they were admitted to the Faculty of Medicine of Semmelweis Medical University. In 1979, he received a degree in "Summa cum laude". After graduation, he became a scholar of the Semmelweis OTE Neurology Clinic. In 1983, he was a specialist in neuroscience and psychology in 1993, and he has been a licensed examiner of vascular neurology in 2015. In 1983 he was awarded a university professorship and appointed as an assistant professor in 1993, and from 1991 he works as head of the department. From August 1, 2001 - nowadays – he is currently leading the Stroke Center and the Neurological Care Department of the St. John Hospital and the North Hague Hospital of Neurology.
His interest is mainly directed to cerebrovascular diseases, my class works as a stroke center for thrombolysis in emergency neurological care. Since 1979 he has been engaged in graduate and postgraduate medical training. For eight years he was a member of the Council of the Soviet Union and attended several academic committees. In 1999 he received the title of Excellent Teacher of Semmelweis Medical University. During his research, he studied the relationship between stroke and immunology, among others the pathological factors of juvenile stroke, stroke epidemiology, its human-meteorological and socio-cultural aspects, stroke and immunology. He still looks at it.
In the last two cycles, he was appointed to the Neurology Professional College. He is a Vice-President of the Supervisory Board of the St. John Hospital, member of the Scientific Board of the Hospital, the Scientific Committee. He leads the Institute's specialist training team. Dr. András Folyovich is the member of several medical societies, the secretary of the Clinical Neuroscience Society Béla Horányi and the Lipcsey Attila Clinical Neuroscience Foundation. He is the editorial board of the Journal of Neuroscience, the Hungarian Family Practitioners' Journal. He acts as a medical-professional leader of the National Stroke Prevention and Rehabilitation League. He was elected as a national and Budapest delegate of the Hungarian Medical Chamber.