I started studying biology and chemistry at
Eötvös Loránd University, Faculty of Science
in 1992. After I have decided to be an applied mathematician, I
picked up mathematics in 1993. I graduated in 1998 and started a PhD course at
of Plant Taxonomy and Ecology
I've spent 18 months at the
Genom Analysis and Bioinformatics group,
University of Oxford between 2002 August and 2004 January, and returned twice for 7-9 months between 2007
September and 2009 August. I was a postdoc
at the Theoretical Biology and Ecology Modelling Group.
I was also a poject leader
at the eScience Regional Knowledge
Now I'm a member of the Bioinformatics group in the
Rényi Institute. Currently, I am a work package leader in an EU FP7 project. The project is in collaboration with ClcBio and other SMEs and RTDs and is about finding transcription factor binding sites in Vertebrate genomes.