Gyula Mozsik

University of Pécs

Gyula Mózsik, MD,PhD, ScD(med) is a professor emeritus of medicine at First Department of Medicine, Univesity of Pécs, Hungary. He was head of the Department from 1993 to 2003. His specializations are medicine, gastroenterology, clinical pharmacology, clinical nutrition. His research fields are biochemical and molecular pharmacological studies in gastrointestinal tract, clinical pharmacological and clinical nutritional studies, clinical genetic studies, and innovative pharmacological and nutritional (dietetical) research in new drug production and food production. He published around 360 peer-reviewed papers, 196 book chapters, 692 abstracts, 19 monographs, 32 edited books. He organized 38 national and international (in Croatia ,France, Romania, Italy, U.S.A., Japan) congresses /Symposia. He received the Andre Robert’s award from the International Union of Pharmacology, Gastrointestinal Section (2014). Fourteen of his students were appointed as full professors in Cuba, Egypt and Hungary.

9books edited

22chapters authored

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This book deals with very different aspects of nutrition from different countries (qualities and quantities of food, their absorptions from the gastrointestinal tract, utilization in healthy human beings or in patients with different diseases, food and drug interactions, etc.). However, these different nutritional positions are different in the different countries. The 13 chapters were written by experts from countries in four continents (Asia, Africa, America, and Europe) and generally cover one nutritional problem each; however, if we analyze the results of all the chapters, we can see the most important nutritional problems from all over the world. This detailed analysis offers us an overview of this most urgent nutritional problem.We know that the world's population has increased exponentially in the last few decades (and is still increasing); however, foods and food products have increased more slowly. We have to solve these and other nutritional problems to ensure the health of generations to come.

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