KohidaiL

Position: Associate Professor
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Birth: 1956


Education:

  • 1988 Board Certification in Clinical Chemistry and Pathology
  • 1976 - 1982 Semmelwes University of Medicine, Budapest
  • 1971 - 1975 Madách Imre Gimnázium, Budapest


Professional qualifications:

  • 1988 Clinical Chemist
  • 1982 Semmelweis University of Medicine, Budapest: MD


Academic qualifications:

  • 2004 Semmelweis University, Budapest: Dr. Med. Habil.
  • 1993 PhD (CSc)


Present and previous positions:

  • 1998 - Semmelweis University, Department of Genetics, Cell- and Immunobiology: Associate Professor
  • 1991 - 1998 Semmelweis University, Department of Genetics, Cell- and Immunobiology: Lecturer
  • 1984 - 1989 Semmelweis University, Department of Biology: Research Assistant


Professional visits:

  • 1997 - 2002 Department of Pharmacology and Toxicology (Prof. Ruskoaho, J.), Oulu University Oulu (Finland)
  • 1998 - 2002 Dept. of Physiology (Prof. Leppelauto, J.) Oulu University, Oulu (Finland)
  • 1990 Metabolic Diseases Branch (Roth J. and Marx S.J.) NIH, NIDDK, Bethesda (USA)
  • 1989 Diabetes Branch (Roth J.) NIH, NIDDK, Bethesda (USA)
  • 1985 Dept. of Biochemistry (Prof. Nozawa, Y.) Gifu University, Gifu (Japan)


Activities in education:

  • Lectures in Biology and Immunology (Hungarian and English)
  • Practices in Biology (Hungarian and English)
  • Tutor of students working in research
  • Tutor of diplome-works (Thechnical Univ., Budapest)
  • Postgradual course: "Chemotaxis - its significance in biology and clinics"
  • Member of PhD Examining Boards
  • Supervisor or co-supervisor of PhD themes
  • Examiner of Entrace Examinations to the Semmelweis University


Memberships:

  • 1996- Member of the Public Body of Hungarian Academy of Scienes 
  • 1991-2007 Secretary of the Council of Life Sciences
  • Hungarian Scientific Research Fund (HSRF)
  • Member of the Library Councill of HSRF
  • Member of Sceintific Board of Protozoology Section
  • Hungarian Biological Association
  • Member of Advisory Board of Series „Threasurehouse of Science" programme of Duna TV
  • Member of ESF/EC Pan-European Resercher's Mobility Portal (Brussels)
  • American Society for Cell Biology (USA)
  • International Society for Analytical Cytology (USA)
  • Endocrine Society USA


Honours and awards:

  • 1998 Ipolyi Arnold Award


Research interests:

  • Phylogeny of signal molecules and their receptors
  • Chemotactic signalling


Research areas:
Main results of previous work in research:

  • Theoretical:
    Characterization of signal transduction in hormonal imprinting of unicellular models
    Characterization of the chemotactic behaviour and structurefunction reléationships in SXWS tetrapeptide family, specifically in the case of SEWS peptide
    Characterization of chemotactic abilities of vasoactive peptide families (ET, ANP, ADM) in models representing low level of phylogeny.
    Description of theoretical and practical advantages of "chemotactic selection"
    Detection of endothelin-1 and melatonin in unicellular model Tetrahymena pyriformis
  • Practical:
    Application of microwave fixation to unicellular organizms and its utilization to detect cyclic nucleotides in immunocytochemical techniques
    Development of "Double-P" chemotaxis chamber and development of a multi-channel, high precision capillary chemotaxis assay
    Co-workership in the development of Biomorph 1.1 PC-DOS based program for computerassisted morphometry of cells and organelles
    Development of a new computer-based swimming-behaviour analysis system for free swimming model cells


Fields of Experiences:

  • Phylogeny and ontogeny of hormone receptors
  • Chemotactic response of unicellular model cells
  • Immunocytochemical detection of special intracellular messenger molecules
  • Morphometry


Languages:

  • Hungarian (native)
  • English
  • German
  • Russian

 

Publications

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