postdoctoral researcher I studied at the University of Szeged graduated as a teacher of mathematics and biology in 2010. I worked as a teacher and laboratory assistant at Radnóti Miklós Grammar School from 2010 to 2016. In 2017, I joined the Bioinformatics Research Group at Dermatology and Allergology Clinic led by Máté Manczinger during my Ph.D. program. My preferred area of research is the adaptive immune recognition, immunogenicity of epitopes, and tumor immunology. I use R for analysis and visualization which is a language and environment for statistical computing and graphics. I live with my wife and our two daughters in Szeged.
Ph.D. student I received a master’s degree in molecular, immuno- and microbiology at the University of Szeged in 2017. In addition to life sciences I have always had a strong interest towards computer programming and data analysis. Since my graduation I have been working as a PhD student in the bioinformatics workgroup led by Máté Manczinger, mainly focusing on HLA-mediated immune recognition of tumors, and recently SARS-CoV-2.
Ph.D. student I am a 3rd year PhD student from Szeged, Hungary. I believe that the development of medicine is inseparable from the development of technology. Therefore, I would like to be up to date with the most recent bioinformatical methods and I would like to see the use of them in the field of clinical researches. I would like to contribute to the development of modern, personalized medicine.
Anna Tácia Fülöp
student of the Szeged Scientist Academy I started my undergraduate studies in molecular bionics at the University of Szeged in 2019. Since the same year, I have participated in the Szeged Scientist Academy as a Szent-Györgyi Student. My current research topic is immune recognition of viral and tumor peptids by the HLA molecules.
PhD student I graduated as a Biologist in the Univestity of Szeged. In my years as an undergraduate student I have spent significant time working in Tumor biology in a cell culture lab. During the years of my Masters studies I focused on data analysis and systems biology. The gained experiences grant me versatility in research and the ability to participate in multi-disciplinary projects during my PhD. I have started working in the Systems Immunology Research Group in 2022, where my main area of research is the immunogenicity of DNA repair deficiencies.
Postdoctoral researcher In 2018, I graduated from the Faculty of Pharmacy at the University of Szeged. In 2022, I successfully defended my Ph.D. In the final year of my Ph.D., my interests began to shift toward bioinformatics, cell biology, and immunology. I joined Manczinger's group in August 2022 as a postdoctoral researcher.
former group member