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Institute of Behavioral Sciences, Semmelweis University, Budapest
Nagyvarad ter 4.
Hungary
H-1089
Tel: (+36 1) 2102930, Fax: (+36 1) 2102955

Education:
2002: Graduation as an economist at the College of Economy in Budapest.
2006.: Graduation at the Psychology Major of University of Eötvös Lóránt.
2011:  Ph.D. degree at Semmelweis University, Mental Health Doctoral School, Behavioural Science Programe, Budapest, Hungary. Title of the thesis: The Association between Work Stress and Health on a National and International Samples.
2012-  Clinical Psychology Training Program, University of Pécs

Other Qualification:
2004-2006    C. G. Jung Psychoterapeutic analitical educational programme
2006    Facilitator of Williams Lifeskills Programme, Cognitivie and Behavioral Medicine Programme
2009    Relaxation Therapist
2009    Biofeedback Therapist
2016    MBCT (Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy): Teacher development training


Languages:
   Fluent English
   Basic knowledge of Spanish

Professional experience:
02-09. 2006.-    Semmelweis University, Institute of Behavioural Sciences, Research Assistant
09. 2006.-    Semmelweis University, Institute of Behavioural Sciences, PhD Student
04. 2009.-    Semmelweis University, Institute of Behavioural Sciences, Assistant Lecturer
10. 2012.    Semmelweis University, Institute of Behavioural Sciences, Senior Lecturer

Participation in Research Projects:
Coordinator of International Research Projects:
2006- The Biology of Everyday Life in three country. Hungarian coordinator of the Study.     (Prof. Steptoe, Prof. Marmot, Prof. Wardle, Prof. Daniel Kahnemann).
2013- The Biology of Everyday Life: 5 year follow-up study. Hungarian coordinator. (Prof.     Steptoe, Prof. Marmot, Prof. Wardle, Prof. Daniel Kahnemann).

International Research Projects:
IMPHA EU 5. (2006-2009) Implementing Mental Health Promotion Action.
OSPI-Europe (2009-2011) Optimizing suicide prevention programs and their implementation in Europe EU-7.
EU-7 2008-2010 ,,Working Conditions and Adaptation to Change: Study of Health Issues Associated With Restructuring" (Restructuring Survey).

Coordinator of Hungarian Research Project:
OTKA 2011 (subproject): The role of psychosocial and epigenetic factors in health

Hungarian Research Projects:
OTKA 73754 2008-2010 Mental Health of The Hungarian Population: psychosocial risk and protective factors.
ETT 100/2006 The role of chronic stress in cardiovascular morbidity and mortality.
Ministry of Health (2009). Work Stress Prevention Programme.

Study Visit and Fellowship
09.2006-04.2007.     Leonardo Scholarship. University College of London. Department of Epidemiology and Public Health.
2009-2010     Balzan Fellowship. University College of London. Department of Epidemiology and Public Health.
09-12.2014:     Group of Eight Fellowship. University of Melbourne. Department of Global Health

Awards
Bolyai János Award, Hungarian Academy of Sciences 2013: The role of psycobiological factors and psychosocial factors in the association of chronic stress and health
Top ten poster: 12th International Congress of Behavioral Medicine. Budapest, 29th August- 1st September 2012. Salavecz GY, Kopp M, Balog P, Purebl GY, Túry F, Pállinger É, Falus A EPIGENETIC ASSOCIATIONS: CELLULAR AGING ASSOCIATED WITH RELIGIOUSNESS, SPIRITUALITY AND MEANING IN LIFE
Poster Award Certificate: 11th International Congress of Behavioral Medicine. Washington,
4-7 August 2010. Salavecz Gy., Kopp M., Steptoe A.: The association of work stress
with heart rate variability over the working day.
Poster Award Certificate: 21st Conference of the European Health Psychology Society
Maastricht, The Netherlands, 2007. Salavecz Gy., Balog P., Kopp M.:
The effect of work and marital stress on depressive symptoms.

Other Activites:
2010-    Semmelweis University, Institute of Behavioural Sciences, Psychosomatic Outpatient Clinic, Psychotherapy
2015- Semmelweis University, Medical Psychology, course organizer

Main research interest:
Work stress and health
Association of psychosocial and biological factors
Psychosocial factors and epigenetics

Impact factor:18,88

Publications and abstracts:


2016
Serwinski B, Salavecz G, Kirschbaum C, Steptoe A. Associations between hair cortisol concentration, income, income dynamics and status incongruity in healthy middle-aged women. Psychoneuroendocrinology. 2016 May;67:182-8. doi: 10.1016/j.psyneuen.2016.02.008. Epub 2016 Feb 15. impakt faktor:4,704
Dr. Stauder Adrienne, Dr. Salavecz Gyöngyvér: Epigenetika a magatartástudományokban. In: Dr. Tárnoki Ádám Domonkos, Dr. Tárnoki Dávid László, Dr. Métneki Júlia, Dr. Littvay Levente, Melicher Dóra, Dr. Pári András (szerk.): Ikerkutatás és epigenetika (2017), Medicina kiadó. (Megjelenés alatt)
Gyöngyvér Salavecz, György Purebl, Éva Pállinger, András Falus Associations of telomere length and meaning of life in an aging working sample 8Th European Positive Psychology Conference 2016 (ECP) Abstract book 158. p. Anger, France, June 28th-July 01th 2016. http://ecpp2016.com/programme/
Gyöngyvér Salavecz, Adrienne Stauder, György Purebl, Brian Oldenburg Work related stress and depression: Higher risk among men? Magyar Pszichiátriai Társaság XX. Vándorgyűlése. 2016. május 25-28.


2015
Nagy T, Salavecz G, Simor P, Purebl G, Bódizs R, Dockray S, Steptoe A. Frequent nightmares are associated with blunted cortisol awakening response in women. Physiol Behav. 2015 Aug 1;147:233-7. doi: 10.1016/j.physbeh.2015.05.001. Epub 2015 May 5. URI:     Impact factor: 2.976
Palik Éva, Salavecz Gyöngyvér, Szalai Tamás Dömötör, Kovács Judit, Schmidt Judit, Szlankó János A klasszikus evészavarok rizikójának online eszközökkel történő felismerése és megelőzési lehetőségei. Magyar Pszichiátriai Társaság XIX. Vándorgyűlése, 2015. Szeged


2014
Haraszti Réka Ágnes, Purebl Gyorgy, Salavecz Gyongyver, Poole Lydia, Dockray Samantha, Steptoe Andrew Morningness–eveningness interferes with perceived health, physical activity, diet and stress levels in working women: A cross-sectional study CHRONOBIOLOGY INTERNATIONAL 31:(7) pp. 829-837. (2014) URI:  Impakt factor: 2.878
Gyöngyvér Salavecz, Adrienne Stauder, György Purebl:  Work related stress and depression.(Poster presentation) 13th International Congress of Behavioral Medicine. Netherlands, Groningen, august 20-23, 2014.  URI:  http://real.mtak.hu/id/eprint/15089
György Purebl,  Gyöngyvér Salavecz, Tamás Kurimay, Fighting against depression at workplace. 22th European Conference of Psychiatry, Munich 1-4 March
Adrienne Stauder, Gyöngyvér Salavecz Work related stress and subjective somatic symptoms in a Hungarian representative survey. Conference of the European Association of Psychosomatic Medicine 2014. 25-28. June.  Journal of Psychosomatic Research 76 (2014) 515. doi: 10.1016/j.jpsychores.2014.03.084 URI:    
Salavecz Gyöngyvér: Munkahelyi stressz és egészségügyi következményei. Stresszkezelési módszerek Európai Munkavédelmi Ügynökség (EU-OSHA) MUFOSZ Munkabiztonsági és Foglalkozás-egészségügyi Szövetség Konferenciaja : Egészséges munkahelyek – Kezeljük a stresszt! 2014. április 24.


2013
Salavecz, Gy (2013): Munkahelyi stressz és egészségi állapot összefüggése a Hungarostudy 2013-as felmérés alapján. In: Magyar Lelkiállapot 2013. Szerk: Susánszky É., Szántó Zs., Semmelweis Kiadó, 268p.
Salavecz Gy., Walach H, Büssing A., Mills P., Kohls N.: Spirituality and Health Symposium. Epigenetic associations: Cellular aging associated with religiousness, spirituality and meaning in life. 8th Annual International Congress of Complementary Medicine Research, ICCMR 2013, London, 11–13 April (Invited speaker)
Salavecz Gy., Purebl Gy,: Psychiatric consequences of epigenetic alterations. The associations of cellular aging and psychosocial factors. Semmelweis Genomikai Hálózat 2013 March, Budapest, Semmelweis University. (Invited speaker)

2012
Salavecz Gyöngyvér, Kopp M, Balog P, Purebl GY, Túry F, Pállinger É, Falus A.
The associations of cellular aging and psychosocial factors: an epigenetic link
In: 5th Amerikai Magyar Orvosszövetség Találkozója (Archives of the Hungarian Medical Association of America).: Balatonfüred, Hungary, 2012.
Salavecz Gy, Kopp M, Balog P, Purebl GY, Túry F, Pállinger É, Falus A.
Epigenetic Determinants of Psychosocial Factors In: THE HUNGARIAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA. 44th ANNUAL SCIENTIFIC MEETING: CURRENT DEVELOPMENT IN BIOMEDICAL AND CLINICAL SCIENCES. Sarasota, USA, 2012.10.28-2012.11.02.
Salavecz GY, Kopp M, Balog P, Purebl GY, Túry F, Pállinger É, Falus A EPIGENETIC ASSOCIATIONS: CELLULAR AGING ASSOCIATED WITH RELIGIOUSNESS, SPIRITUALITY AND MEANING IN LIFE INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF BEHAVIORAL MEDICINE 19:(Suppl 1) p. S283. (2012)
Purebl Gy, Haraszti R A, Salavecz G, Dockray S, Steptoe A
DIURNAL PREFERENCE AND HEALTH BEHAVIOUR IN A SAMPLE OF HUNGARIAN WORKING WOMEN INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF BEHAVIORAL MEDICINE 19:(Suppl 1) p. S224. (2012)
Haraszti RA, Purebl GY, Salavecz GY, Dockray S, Steptoe A EFFECT OF DIURNAL PREFERENCE ON SLEEP PERCEPTION INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF BEHAVIORAL MEDICINE 19:(Suppl 1) p. S58. (2012)
Haraszti RA, PureblGY, Salavecz GY, Dockray S, Steptoe A DIURNAL PREFERENCE COUPLED TO SALIVARY CORTISOL, HEART RATE VARIABILITY AND EMOTIONAL RHYTHMS INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF BEHAVIORAL MEDICINE 19:(Suppl 1) p. S63. (2012)
Brown J, Dockray S, Salavecz G, Steptoe A THE ASSOCIATION BETWEEN RESILIENCE, PHYSICAL ACTIVITYAND HEART RATE VARIABILITY IN EVERYDAY LIFE INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF BEHAVIORAL MEDICINE 19:(Suppl 1) p. S325. (2012)
Brown J., Dockray S.,  Salavecz Gy., Steptoe A. The association between resilience, physical activity and heart rate variability in everyday life. (Submitted in Psychosomatic Medicine)

2011
Salavecz Gy.: The Association between Work Stress and Health on a National and International Samples. Dissertation, Mental Health Doctoral School, Behavioural Science Programe, Budapest, Hungary. 158 p. 2011. (PhD)
Haraszti R., Salavecz Gy, G Purebl Gy, Kopp M., Dockray S., Steptoe A.: Impact of chronotypes on circadian oscillations of vegetative, function, salivary cortisol and emotional states 12th Congress of EBRS (European Biological Rhythms Society), 2011, Oxford, UK
Haraszti R., Salavecz Gy, G Purebl Gy, Kopp M., Dockray S., Steptoe A.: Worse psychosocial state and circadian desynchronaization among evenig types 12th Congress of EBRS (European Biological Rhythms Society), 2011, Oxford, UK

2010
Salavecz Gy., T Chandola, H Pikhart, N Dragano, J Siegrist, K-H Jöckel, R Erbel, A Pajak, Malyutina, R Kubinova, M Marmot, M Bobak, M Kopp. (2010): Work stress and health in Western European and post-communist countries: an East–West comparison study. J Epidemiol Community Health. Jan;64(1):57-62. IF: 3.186
László KD, Pikhart H, Kopp MS, Bobak M, Pajak A, Malyutina S, Salavecz Gy, Marmot M. (2010): Job insecurity and health: A study of 16 European countries. Soc Sci Med. 2010 Mar;70(6):867-874. IF: 2.604
Salavecz Gy., Kopp M., Steptoe A. (2010): The association of work stress with heart rate variability over the working day. 11th International Congress of Behavioral Medicine. Washington, 4-7 August 2010.
Kopp MS., Konkolÿ Thege B., Balog P., Stauder A., Salavecz Gy., Rózsa S., Purebl Gy., Ádám Sz. (2010): Measures of stress in epidemiological research. J Psychosom Res. Aug;69(2):211-25. IF: 2.540
Ádám Sz., Salavecz Gy. (2010): A stressz elméleti háttere és mérése: a Selye János Lelki Egészség Program tesztbattériájának bemutatása. Mentálhigiéné és Pszichoszomatika, 11 (1) 53-80.

2009
Salavecz Gy., Kopp M., Steptoe A. (2009): The association of job control with heart rate variability over the working day. Work, Stress, and Health Congress: Global Concerns and Approaches. San Juan, Puerto Rico. November 5-8, 2009
Salavecz Gy., Dockray S., Kopp M., Steptoe A. (2009): The association of work stress with psychological well-being over the working day. First World Congress of Positive Psychology, June 18-21, 2009, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Kopp M, Balog P, Konkoly Thege B, Salavecz Gy, Stauder A, Csóka Sz, Bódizs R. (2009): Epidemiology and psychophysiological methods in mental health and the possibilites of health prevention. (A lelki egészség epidemiológiai, pszichofiziológiai vizsgálata és a lelki egészségmegőrzés lehetőségei.) Népegészségügy 87(2): 52-58
Haraszti Réka Ágnes, Kerepesi Nóra, Salavecz Gyöngyvér: Psychosocial and physiological    
connections of the human circadian rhythm Korányi Scientific Forum 2009, March, Hungary

2008
Salavecz, G; Laszlo, K; Kopp, M: Gender and occupational class differences in the effect of work stress on depressive symptoms. XXIX International Congress of Psychology. 2008, July 20-25, Berlin-Germany, Berlin.
Salavecz, Gy (2008): Work stress and Health in: Maria Kopp (ed): Hungarian Mental Health 2008. Semmelweis Publishing Co. (Hungarian)
László, K., Győrffy, Zs., Salavecz, Gy., Ádám, Sz: (2008): Work stress and menstrual pain.. Maria Kopp (ed): Hungarian Mental Health 2008. Semmelweis Publishing Co. (Hungarian)
Salavecz Gy., Dockray S., Kopp M., Steptoe A. (2008): The association of work stress with well-being in women in relation to socioeconomic status. 4th European Conference on Positive Psychology. Opatija, Croatia July 1-4.
Laszlo, K; Salavecz, G; Kopp, M: Self-efficacy moderates the relationship between work stress and depressive symptoms. XXIX International Congress of Psychology. 2008, July 20-25, Berlin-Germany, Berlin.   

2007
Salavecz Gy., Chandola T., Pikhart H., Neculai K., Kopp M. (2007): The effect of work related stress on health in occupational classes from a Hungarian sample. American Psychosomatic Society 65th Annual Meeting, Budapest, Hungary – March 7-10.
Salavecz Gy., Chandola T., Pikhart H., Nico D., Siegrist J., Kopp M. (2007): The association of work stress and self-reported health among middle aged working men in two western european and in four post-communist countries. First Conference of the Central and Eastern European Society of Behavioral Medicine. Pécs, Hungary, 20-22 August.
Salavecz Gy., Balog P., Kopp M. (2007): The effect of work and marital stress on depressive symptoms. 21st Conference of the European Health Psychology Society Maastricht, The Netherlands. (Poster Award Certificate).
László, K., Győrffy, Zs., Salavecz, Gy., Ádám, Sz: Kopp, M. (2007): Work stress and menstrual pain. Mental Health and Psychosomatic Medicine 8/3. (Hungarian)
Neculai, K.,  Salavecz, Gy., Ádám, SZ., Győrffy Zs., Szabó N., Kopp M.: Effort-reward imbalance and menstrual pain: Results from the Hungarostudy Epidemiological Panel 2006. 2nd World Conference of Stress, Budapest Hungary 23-26. August 2007
Neculai K., Salavecz Gy., Kopp M.: Mental Health Correlates of low job security among Hungarian employees. American Psychosomatic Society 65th Annual Meeting, Budapest, Hungary – March 7-10.
Balog P, Salavecz Gy, Ádám Sz, Stauder A, Purebl Gy, Székely A, Keltai M (2007): Work stress and mental health among nurses. 21st Conference of the European Health Psychology Society Maastricht, The Netherlands.
Szabó, N., Hegedűs, K., Szabó, G., Neculai K., Salavecz Gy: Workplace stress among health care workers. 2nd World Conference of Stress. Budapest Hungary 23-26. August 2007

2006
Salavecz, Gy., Neculai, K., (2006): Teacher’s mental health as function of work stress and ways of coping. Pedagogic Training. 4.1-2. (Hungarian)
Salavecz, Gy., Neculai, K., Jakab, E. (2006): Work stress and self-efficacy as determinants of teacher’s mental health. Mental Health and Psychosomatic Medicine 7/2. (Hungarian)
Salavecz, Gy., Neculai, K, Rózsa S., Kopp M. (2006): Validity and Reliability of the Hungarian version of the Effort-reward Imbalance scale. Mental Health and Psychosomatic Medicine 7/3. (Hungarian)
Neculai, K., Salavecz, Gy., Stauder, A., Kopp, M. (2006): Well-being and psychosocial work factors among women working in the field of education and culture. Mental Health and Psychosomatic Medicine 7/2. (Hungarian)
Salavecz Gy., Jakab E.: Work stress and coping styles as determinants of teacher’s mental health. 17th Scientific Conference of the Hungarian Psychological Association, Budapest, Hungary, 25-27. May, 2006.
Salavecz, Gy., Neculai, K., Jakab, E.: Teacher’s mental health. Job stress and low self-efficacy as risk factors of the burnout syndrome, 15th Scientific Conference of the Hungarian Public Health Association, Siófok, Hungary, 26-28 April, 2006.

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