Professional Curicullum Vitae

I was born on November 16th 1950 in Budapest.

In 1983, in addition to my main job at the state eye clinic, I opened a private ophthalmologist’s office as a second job. Since 1989 I have been working as a private ophthalmologist.

Qualification

MD, 1975 (Semmelweis University of Medical Sciences, Budapest)

Further Qualifications/Higher examinations

Ophthalmology, 1980 (Helmholtz Research Institute of Ophthalmological Sciences, Moscow)

Ophthalmology, 1981 (Semmelweis University of Medical Sciences, Budapest)

Pediatric Ophthalmology, 2001 (Semmelweis University of Medical Sciences, Budapest)

Further examinations

Ambulance officer, 1974

State Language Exam, 1984 (Russian Language)

Essay-competition Papers

1st Prize of the Ferenc Papolczy Essay-competition, Soproni, A.: „The Chances of Treating of Amblyopia Over Six Years of Age”, 1987

2nd Prize of the Essay-competition at the Semmelweis University of Medical Sciences, Budapest, 1974 Soproni, A.: „Diabetic Ophthalmological Changes and Their Treatment”

Ferenc Papolczy Essay-competition, Soproni, A.: „Experiences with Polatest in Cases of Heterophoria Causing Complaints”, 1988

Clinical Practice Outside Hungary

Moscow, Helmholtz Research Institute of Ophthalmological Sciences, 1977-1980, (prof. Katznelson, prof. Rosemblum, prof. Avetisov, prof. Gundorova etc.)

Practical Work at Hospitals and Clinics

1975-1977, St. István Hospital Budapest, Department of Ophthalmology

1980-1981, Jahn Ferenc Hospital and Polyclinics, Budapest

1982-1987, Uzsoki Hospital, Budapest, Department of Ophthalmology, ophthalmological consultant

1982-1990, Children’s Hospital of Buda, Budapest, Polyclinic, Ophthalmology

1982-2001, Buda Children’s Hospital And Polyclinic, ophthalmological consultant for in-patients

Participation on Conferences Abroad

2016. Budapest. European Strabismological Association Meeting: Csilla Serfőző, Anna Soproni: Biprism test in early pediatric ophthalmological screening – retrospective study

2015. Venice. European Strabismological Association Meeting

2013. Marseille. European Strabismological Association Meeting. Poster presentation: Csilla Serfőző, Anna Soproni: Rare Eye Movement Disorder in Early Childhood – case report

2012. Bucharest. European Strabismological Association Meeting. Poster presentation: Csilla Serfőző,
Anna Soproni: Binocular triplopia induced by occlusion therapy – case report

2011. Bruges, European Strabological Association (ESA) Meeting. Moderators:Anna Soproni, Miroslav Dostalek at the Session „Decision Making Approach” Poster presentation: Anna Soproni, Patrícia Domsa: Rare Cases of Congenital Cranial Nerve Palsies – long term follow up

2009. Barcelona, World Congress of Pediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus

2003. Bergen, European Strabological Association (ESA) Meeting

1999. Vilnius, Congress for Ophthalmological Genetics in Childhood

1992. Brussels, EUPO Course On Strabismus and Neuroophthalmology

1984. Tbilisi, International Congress for Ophthalmological Surgery

1982. Susdal, International Congress for Ophthalmological Surgery

1979. Moscow, Disorder of Binocular Vision and Methods of Restitution (World Conference)

Papers Abroad

1990. Soproni, A., Szekeres, M.: „Erfahrungen mit dem Polatest bei Heterophorien bedingten Beschwerden in dem Kinderalter” Oberhof, International Association for Binocular Full-correction

1984. Soproni, A., Futó, G.: „The Extraction of Lenses Luxed into The Vitreous by a Duodenum Probe”. Tbilisi, International Conference on Ophthalmological Surgery

Education by Request

2014. Soproni, A.: Binocular refractometria – the role of the PlusOptix in the pediatric eye-screening programmes. Report on the Symposium of the Evidence Update of Eye Screenings (Jan-Tjeerd de Faber, The Netherlands) of the Meeting of the European Strabismological Association (Marseilles, 2013). Course for Residents and Pediatric Ophthalmologists at the Eye Clinic of the Semmelweis University, Budapest

2014. Soproni, A., Serfőző, Cs.: Intermitten exotropia – characteristics and aetiological factors. Course for Residents and Pediatric Ophthalmologists at the Eye Clinic of the Semmelweis University, Budapest

2014 Soproni, A.: Report on presentations of Meeting of the European Strabismological Association (Marseilles, 2013). Course for Residents and Pediatric Ophthalmologists at the Eye Clinic of Semmelweis University, Budapest

2013. Soproni, A.: Ocular torticollis. Course for Residents and Pediatric Ophthalmologists at the Eye Clinic of the Semmelweis University Budapest

2012. Soproni, A.: Ocular toricollis. Refrescher Course of the Hungarian Society of Pediatric Ophthalmologists and Strabologists at the Eye Clinic of Semmelweis University Budapest

2012. Soproni, A.: Report on presentations of Meeting of the European Strabismological Association (Bucharest) at the Eye Clinic of Semmelweis University Budapest

2011. Soproni, A.: Report on presentations of Meeting of the European Strabismological Association (Bruges) at the Eye Clinic of Semmelweis University Budapest

2010. Soproni, A., Domsa P.: „Types, symptoms, differential diagnosis of heterophoria" Annual Congress of the Hungarian Ophthalmological Society, Pediatric Ophthalmological Course (Ametropia)

2009. Soproni, A.: "Ocular synkinesises". Neuro-Ophthalmological Refresher Course (main organizer: Somlai, J., Military Hospital)

2009. Soproni, A.: Report on presentations of WCPOS ( Barcelona) at the Eye Clinic of Semmelweis University Budapest

2009. Soproni, A.: A Rare Type of the Congenital Third Nerve Partial Paresis. Case Presentation for professor David G. Hunter (Boston) at the Eye Clinic of Semmelweis University Budapest

2008. Soproni, A.: Responsibility of the Pediatric Ophthalmologist for Making Diagnosis and their Dilemmas for Prognosis. Annual Congress of the Hungarian Ophthalmological Society, Pediatric Ophthalmological Course

2007. Soproni, A.: Physiology of binocular vision. The concept of sensor and motor function and their cooperation. Annual Congress of the Hungarian Ophthalmological Society, Course (Heterophoria

2006. Soproni, A.: „Methods for examination of binocular vision. Polatest.” Semmelweis University Eye Clinic, Budapest. Lectures in specialization for residents and PhD-candidates.

2004. Soproni, A.: „Ocular synkinesises”. Semmelweis University Eye Clinic Budapest. Lectures in specialization and for residents and for PhD-candidates.

2002. Soproni, A.: ”Congenital Disorders of the Eye Movements”. Szolnok County Hospital, Department of Ophthalmology

2001. Soproni, A.: „The Causes of the Eye Movement’s Disorders”. Scientific Session at Hungarian Pediatric Neurological, Neurosurgical Society and Pediatric and Adolescence Psychiatric Society (Esztergom)

1998, 2000. Soproni, A., The Digital Camera as an Aid For Practicing Pediatric Ophthalmologists”. Medical Universities of Pécs and Szeged, courses of further education for GPs

1999. Soproni, A., Somlai J., „The Warning Neuroophthalmological Symptoms of Brain Tumours In Childhood”. Budapest, A Course for Contactologues

1999. Soproni, A.: „A Practical Presentation of Examining Patients: The Importance of Indirect Ophthalmoscopy”. Budapest, A Course for Contactologues

1998. Soproni, A.: „’Edifying’ Cases” Budapest, Heim Pál Children’s Hospital and Polyclinics. Refresher Course for for pediatricians

1997. Soproni, A., Somlai, J.: „The role of the prismatic correction for patients affected by brain stem disorders”. Budapest, Heim Pál Children’s Hospital and Polyclinics

1988. Soproni, A.: „Experiences with Polatest in Cases of Heterophoria Causing Complaints”. Hungarian Society of Opticians, Budapest

1986. Soproni, A.: „The Chances of Treating of Amblyopia Over Six Years of Age”. Hungarian Society of Opticians, Budapest

1984. Soproni, A.: „Pediatric Ophthalmology”. Budapest, Medical University for Further Education Preparatory Course for special exams for pediatricians

My Activity as a member of the European Strabological Association (ESA)

2014. Participation by request in the preparation of the EUS€REEN program

Publications

Translations of textbooks:
2005. Gyermekszemészet és strabismus (Edition of the Society of the Hungarian Pediatric Ophthalmologists and Strabologists in CD format. The First Hungarian Translation et Edition of the Pediatric Ophthalmology (The Publication of the AAO, 500 pages) The Hungarian Edition Compiled, Lectured and 5 Chapters Translated by A. Soproni MD.
1998. Strabismus: Lépésről lépésre … Edition of the Society of Hungarian Pediatric Ophthalmologists and Strabologists. The First Hungarian Translation et Edition of Strabismus: A Decision Making Approach (1994, Gunter K. von Noorden, Eugene M. Helveston, Houston, Texas, 200 pages), translation: Soproni, A. MD. Soproni Andras, PhD, translator of literary.

Book Chapters:
2017. Gyermekszemészet (Hungarian textbooks. Ed. by Zoltán Zsolt Nagy, Publisher: Medicina Könyvkiadó Zrt. Budapest, 2017) – two chapters: A refrakció vizsgálata (Examination of the Refraction, Soproni, A.), Ocularis torticollis (Soproni, A., Serfőző, Cs.)
2016. Neuro-Ophthalmology (English textbook. Ed. by J. Somlai, T. Kovács. Publisher: Springer 2016) One chapter: Diagnosis, Differential Diagnosis and Treatment of Congenital Ocular Motor Disorders.Soproni, A. and Domsa, P.
2010. Neuroophthalmologia, handbook (Compiled by Somlai Judit), Soproni, A., Domsa, P. Chapter Entitled: „Neuroophthalmological Methods of examination in Pediatric Ophthalmology”
1991, 1996. Neuroophthalmologia, handbook (Compiled by Somlai Judit), Soproni, A., Chapter Entitled: „The Methods of the Examination of the Eye Movement’s Disorders in Childhood”

Professional journals:
2016. Transactions of the 38th European Strabismological Association (ESA) Meeting, 2016. C. Serfozo, A. Soproni, A. Biprism test in early pediatric ophthalmological screening – retrospective study
2013. Transactions of the 36th European Strabismological Association (ESA) Meeting, 2013. C. Serfozo, A. Soproni, A. Musicz, T. Niederland: Rare eye movement disorder in early childhod – case report
2012. Transactions of the 35th Strabismological Association (ESA) Meeting, 2012. C. Serfozo, A. Soproni: Binocular triplopia induced by occlusion therapy – case report
2011. Transactions of the 34th European Strabismological Association (ESA) Meeting, 2011. A. Soproni, P. Domsa: Rare Cases of Congenital Cranial Nerve Palsies with long-term follow-up
2004. Soproni, A.: „New Handheld Fixation Device” , Szemészet (Ophthalmologia Hungarica)
2004. Fodor, M., Soproni, A., Molnár, K., Garai, G.: „Congenital Palsy of the Superior Oblique Muscle and it’s Surgical Resolutions” (Ophthalmologia Hungarica)
2002. Soproni, A.: „ A Congress Report from the Conference of the Hungarian Medical Language”, Szemészet (Ophthalmologia Hungarica)
2001. Soproni, A., „The Causes of the Eye Movement’s Disorders in Childhood”,
Pediater 2001
2001. Soproni, A.: Book Revues, Szemészet (Ophthalmologia Hungarica)
1999. Soproni, A..: „Report from the Congress for Ophthalmological Genetics in Childhood”, Szemészet (Ophthalmologia Hungarica)
1990. Soproni, A.: „My Experiences Attained Through Examinations with Polatest in Cases of Heterophoria Causing Complaints”. (An Edition of the Institute of Ophthalmology, 1990/1)
1988. Soproni, A.: „The Chances of Treating of Amblyopia Over Six Years of Age (Edition of the Institute of Ophthalmology, 1988/2)
1979. Soproni, A.: Book Revues, Szemészet (Ophthalmologia Hungarica)

My Papers at the Sessions of the Hungarian Ophthalmological Society and at the Congress of the Hungarian Society of Pediatric Ophthalmologists and Strabologists/Ametropia

2016. Serfozo, C., Soproni, A.: Biprism test in early pediatric ophthalmological screening – retrospective study

2013. Serfozo, C, Soproni, A, A. Musicz, T. Niederland: Rare eye movement disorder in early childhod – case report

2012. Serfőző, Cs., Soproni, A., Czovek, I.: Binocular triplopia induced by occlusion therapy – case report

2011. Soproni, A., Zajacz, M.: Does it make sense of the cultivation of the Hungarian ophthalmological terminology?

2010. Soproni, A.: Binocular triplopia.

2010. Soproni, A., Serfozo, C.: 3 cases of a rare juvenile diseases visual impairment

2009. Soproni, A., Fodor, M., Szigeti, A.: Preference study of a new product line„Soproni’s Peep-N-See House™”supporting the testing of the eyesight of young children. First results
2001. Soproni, A.: „Ocular Synkinesis”

2001. Soproni, A., Fodor M.: „The Congenital Paresis of the Superior Oblique Muscle”

2000. Soproni, A.: „The Using of the Digital Camera in the Documentation and Analysis of the Eye Movement’s Disorders in Childhood”

1996. Soproni, A.: Somlai J.: „The Warning Neuroophthalmological Symptoms of Brain Tumors In Childhood”

1996. Soproni, A., Szekeres M., Hangyál É., Sipos É.: „Retrospective Evaluation of the Changes in Refraction in School Age Children”

1995. Soproni, A.: „ Data On Refractive and Visual Anomalies in Newborn Babies Born Under 1500 grams”

1988. Soproni, A.: „Experiences with Polatest in Cases of Heterophoria Causing Complaints”

1986. Soproni, A.: „The Chances of Treating of Amblyopia Over Six Years of Age”

My Activity as a Member of the Hungarian Society of Pediatric Ophthalmologists and Strabologists

Vice President of the Hungarian Society of Pediatric Ophthalmologists and Strabologists, 1995-2001

President of the Pediatric Ophthalmological Section at the Annual Congress of the Hungarian Ophthalmological Society, 2005, Szeged

Major organizer of the Course for Ophthalmologists with Professor Gunter K. Noorden as Guest Professor from USA, of the Translation and Edition of the Technical Materials, 1999

Editor of Methodological Letters and Recommendation for Pediatric Ophthalmologists, Nurses, Pediatricians for screening: „The Recognition and Treatment of Strabismus and Amblyopia”,

Editor of an Educational Brochure for Parents „The Recognition and Treatment of the squinting eye (strabismus) and of the reduced visual acuity (amblyopia)”

Having Pediatric Ophthalmological Examination Tools: Optotypes, Plane- and Concave Mirrors Made for the Use of Hungarian Ophthalmologists

Connection to the Internet Forum of the American Academy of Pediatric Ophthalmology and Strabology (AAPOS)

Having a DVD for ophthalmologists and for their patient: „Way of Living and the Aid of the People of Impaired Vision” (2004)

Member of the International Society of Medical Science

Member of the European Strabological Association (ESA)

Languages

I have a sound knowledge of English and Russian