Mária Sági, a native of Budapest, began her career as a classical pianist and turned subsequently to the study of medicine and psychology, specializing in personality theory, deep psychology, social psychology and the psychology of music. Maria Sagi holds a Ph.D. in psychology at the Eötvös Loránd University of Budapest. Following seven years of intensive research, she was awarded the C.Sc. degree (Candidate of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences). Dr. Sagi developed the information-medicine protocol pioneered by Austrian scientist Erich Körbler into an encompassing method for diagnosing and treating human health problems. She is the author or co-author of eleven books and over one-hundred and fifty articles and research papers published in Hungarian and translated into English, French, German, Italian and Japanese, on topics as diverse as social and personality psychology, the psychology of music and art, in addition to information medicine, her principal field.
She is a leading member of the Club of Budapest since its inception in 1993, and she currently serves as the Science Director of the Club.