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Kovács Dóra

Name

Dóra Kovács DVM

Department
Department of Pharmacology and Toxicology
Position: PhD student
Phone
(1) 478 4100/8572
Location
Building R ground floor, Guest room

Dr. Dóra Kovács was born in Szeged, however she has conducted her high school studies in Budapest. She graduated from the University of Veterinary Medicine Budapest in 2018 as a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine. In the same year, she has started her PhD studies at the Department of Pharmacology and Toxicology of the University. Since then, she has also been working in the veterinary pharmaceutical industry. Her research topic is based on the search for natural antibiotic alternatives; she mostly works with porcine intestinal epithelial cells and bacterial strains isolated from pigs. Currently she is the supervisor or co-supervisor of 3 Students’ Research Circle students and is participating in several research projects conducted at the Department.


Advancement

2018 – PhD hallgató

 


Publications (Top10)

MTMT: https://m2.mtmt.hu/gui2/?type=authors&mode=browse&sel=authors10065612

1. Essősy M, Fodor I, Ihnáth Z, Karancsi Z, Kovács D, Szalai KV, Szentmiklósi D, Jerzsele Á, 2020: Az antibiotikum-mentes brojler-házityúk-hizlalás lehetőségei, különös tekintettel a pre- és probiotikumok használatára I. Magyar Állatorvosok Lapja, 142. 397-407. (English title: Opportunities of large-scale poultry farming without antibiotics, with special regard to the use of preand probiotics Part 1. Hungarian Veterinary Journal)
2. Jerzsele Á, Somogyi Z, Szalai M, Kovács D, 2020: A fermentált búzacsíra-kivonat hatása brojlercsirkék mesterséges Salmonella Typhimurium fertőzésére. Magyar Állatorvosok Lapja, 142. 77-85. (English title: Effects of fermented wheat germ extract on artificial Salmonella Typhimurium infection in broiler chickens. Hungarian Veterinary Journal)
3. Farkas O, Karancsi Z, Kovacs D, Lubov B, Csiko G, Palocz O, 2018: Effect of flavonoids on cytochrome P450 activity in porcine intestinal epithelial cells – in vitro interaction study. Journal Of Veterinary Pharmacology And Therapeutics, 41. 142-143. Meeting Abstract: P12.6.
4. Jerzsele Á, Kovács D, Somogyi Z, 2017: Az oklacitinib, egy új Janus-kinázgátló hatóanyag kutyák atópiás bőrgyulladásának és egyéb, viszketéssel járó megbetegedéseinek kezelésére. Magyar Állatorvosok Lapja, 139. 9. 545-552. (English title: Oclacitinib, a novel Janus kinase inhibitor for the treatment of atopic dermatitis and other case of pruritus in dogs. Hungarian Veterinary Journal)
5. Jerzsele Á, Somogyi Z, Kovács D, Gál J, 2017: A féregellenes kezelések jelentősége és lehetőségei az intenzív baromfitartásban. Magyar Állatorvosok Lapja, 139. 7. 397-404. (English title: Anthelminthic treatment in the intensive poultry farming – importance and treatment options. Hungarian veterinary Journal)

 

(Updated: August 2021)