Lovro Kavur graduated from The Faculty of Medicine at the University of Zagreb in 2009. During his studies, Kavur won the Dean’s award for the best medical student and the Dean’s award for the best scientific publication.
After obtaining his degree, he finished a one-year internship at Sisters of Mercy University Hospital in Zagreb and then went on to pursue a residency in clinical radiology at University hospital Merkur in Zagreb. He became a radiology specialist and holds this position at Clinical Hospital Merkur in Zagreb to this date. His expertise lies in body CT, abdominal and pelvic MRI, and ultrasound, but he is also considered an esteemed expert in X-ray and fluoroscopy interpretation, as well as Doppler imaging.
Simultaneously with his work in the hospital, he is pursuing a PhD in molecular biology, and he has had co-authored various scientific publications in the field of radiology so far.
During the residency, he spent 3 months at Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, USA, as part of the ESOR Visiting Scholarship Programme in Abdominal Radiology, focusing on body MRI, body CT, and Fusion PET-MRI. In 2016 he did another ESOR /ESGAR Fellowship, while in 2015 Kavur spent three months at the Medical University Vienna, Austria.