László Ózsvári graduated as a veterinarian at the University of Veterinary Medicine Budapest (UVMB), Hungary, and received his PhD degree in Management and Business Administration from Szent István University and his MBA degree from Webster University. Earlier, he worked at the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development, Hungary, as the Head of the Animal Health and Welfare Unit taking part in national control and eradication programs for contagious diseases in different species.
Currently, he is the Head of the Institute of Economics and Biostatistics and the Vice Rector for Education at UVMB. He is an experienced full professor with a demonstrated history of working in higher education and has multidisciplinary expertise in animal health economics and management, veterinary public health, and food chain safety. He takes part in many national and international research projects and has performed research across multiple species (e.g. cattle, pigs, and fish).