The Systems Immunology Research Group at HUN-REN Biological Research Centre, Szeged led by Máté Manczinger is participating in a HORIZON-HEALTH-2023-DISEASE-03 project named ID-DarkMatter-NCD. The consortium is coordinated by Thomas Vogl […]
We are delighted to announce that our research group is a member of an exceptional team, led by Thomas Vogl and composed of experts in immunology, genomics, and data science. […]
This year, Balázs Koncz has won the János Bolyai Research Fellowship with a research proposal related to immunological blind spots. Máté Manczinger has also won the fellowship in the „repeating” […]
We are happy to welcome three new members who recently joined the group: Alexandra, Bogi and Balázs. We are looking forward to working with you!
Our research group was lucky to mentor two high school students, Hanna and Dávid between the 10th and 14th of July within the framework of NTA summer school. They joined […]
Computational biology is becoming increasingly important in both research and clinical decision-making. However, this field may not be commonly introduced to students until their first semester of university. In fact, […]
We are happy to announce that our research project „Evolution and self-similarity of viral epitopes” has won the OTKA grant. What does the short- and long-term evolution of viral epitopes […]
Dávid Kókai has joined to the Systems Immunology Research group as a postdoctoral researcher. Feel free to read his introduction under the „Members” page. Welcome Dávid, have fun in the […]
We started @ HCEMM on the 1st of July. HCEMM Kft. was incorporated by the Biological Research Center Szeged (BRC), the Semmelweis University in Budapest and the University of Szeged. […]
We are seeking Ph.D. students to join the Systems Immunology Research Group, within the Synthetic and Systems Biology Unit of the BRC. You will study antitumor immunity and peptide immunogenicity using large datasets and modern data analysis methods.
On 31st January, 2022, Balázs Koncz has defended his PhD thesis.
From 1st January 2022, the Systems Biology Research Group is located in the BRC, Szeged, Hungary.
Our novel paper is published on 10th September in PNAS. See infographics and abstract in the Publication section.
Check it under the Publications page or on the publishers’ site!