Czech-Swiss neurologist Jiří Dvořák was born on November 22, 1948 in Czech republic. He began studying medicine at Charles University in Prague, but left for Switzerland after the 1968 Soviet invasion, where he finished his studies at the University of Zurich. He practiced neurology, at Spine Unit at the Schulthess Clinic Zurich, Switzerland for over forty years, specializing in spinal disease and musculoskeletal disorder prevention, as well as sports medicine.
After 1989, he has restored ties with his homeland, establishing a partnership with Charles University, his first alma mater, which still continues today. Between 2020 and 2021, for example, he took part in a research quality assessment evaluating the institution’s medicine faculties.
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