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Personal data
Date of Birth: 29. 10. 1973.
Office Address: Semmelweis University, Institute of Behavioural Sciences, H-1089 Budapest, Nagyvárad tér 4.
Phone: +36 1 210 2930x56404, +36 1 210 2953
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-    1992: High-school graduation: Industrial Lyceum Marghita
-    1997: Diplomas: Babeş–Bolyai University Cluj-Napoca – dipl. psychol.  
-    2002: FENS Winter School Kitzbühel  – Dynamic aspect of brain functions
-    2002: Doctoral (PhD) degree: Semmelweis University Neuroscience Doctoral School

Employment History
•    1998-2002 – psychologist: National Institute of Psychiatry and Neurology, Epilepsy Center
•    2002-2006 – research associate, from 2006 senior research fellow: Semmelweis University Institute of Behavioural Sciences
•    2009-present – senior research fellow: HAS-BME Cognitive Science Research Group of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences (2nd affiliation)

Teaching experience
•    General medicine and clinical psychology training at the Semmelweis University
-   Medical psychology (in Hungarian since 2003, in English since 2005)
-   clinical psychology courses in the field of sleep disorders (since 2003)
-   Sleep medicine special college (in Hungarian since 2007, in English since 2008)
-   Postgradual courses (CME)

•    Courses at the Institute of Psychology of the Károli Gáspár University Budapest (2002-2006)
-   Sleep disorders
-   Biological rhythms
-   Searching bibliographic databases

•    Graduate student research work supervision (TDK) at the Károli Gáspár University, Semmelweis University and Budapest University of Technology and Economics (local and national awards for students)

•    PhD training
-   2003- : PhD courses, lectures and PhD student supervision at the Semmelweis University Doctoral School Nr. 4.
-   2007- : PhD courses, lectures and PhD student supervision at the Budapest University of Technology and Economics, PhD School of Cognitive Sciences

Research fields
Description of the main topics: individual differences in sleep and dreaming, the electrophysiology of sleep-waking states, sleep and cognition

Scientific degree: PhD (theoretical medicine - Semmelweis University, 2002)

Research grants:

•    Soros Foundation – Invisible College (Babes-Bolyai University Cluj-Napoca), 1993-94
•    Hungarian Ministry of Education – PhD fellowship
•    European Sleep Research Society, Sanofi-Synthelabo - A parahippocampal electrocorticographic analysis of the transition from wakefulness to sleep in humans: are REM features present? (2002-04)
•    Hungarian Medical Research Council – The relationship between cognitive activity, mood and the electrophysiological variables of sleep (ETT-162/2003, 2003-05)
•    Hungarian National Research Fund – The sleep-related electrophysiological features of the cognitive neuropsychological aspects of autism (OTKA-T048927, 2005-2007)
•    Hungarian Academy of Sciences – János Bolyai Research Fellowship 2005-2008
•    Bial Foundation – The developmental and psychophysiological emergence of dreams and nightmares, 2011-2013

1 monograph, 11 book chapters, 44 articles in scientific journals
Cumulative impact factor: 41.898; independent citations: 255; Hirsch-index: 6

Hungarian Psychophysiology and Health Psychology Society – member
Hungarian Journal of Psychology (Magyar Pszichológiai Szemle) – member of the Editorial board
Learning and Perception – member of the Editorial board
BMC Neuroscience – member of the Editorial board

Other professional activities
IOP2010 – Olympics of the Brain conference: member of the local organizing committee
Reviewer of several scientific papers, PhD dissertations and grant proposals

Language skills

•    2002 Publication Award for PhD Students (National Association of PhD Students, Budapest)
•    2004 Helgi Kristbjarnarson Award: European Sleep Research Society, Prague