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Mándoki Míra

Name

Dr. Mándoki Míra

Degree
Ph.D., teacher with habilitation
Department
Department of Pathology
Position: head of department, professor
Phone
+36-1-478-4178
Extension
+361 478 4100 / 8361
Location
Building E/2, 1st floor right

Introduction

I have been involved in the teaching of veterinary pathology since 2000. For third- and fourth-year veterinary students, I hold histopathology and autopsy diagnostic, as well as plenary exercises and lectures in Hungarian and English. Since 2007, I have been teaching the optional subject “History of Veterinary Medicine” in English. I am the course supervisor for the optional Hungarian-language course entitled “Practical problems of large-scale poultry farming”. In 2016, I started the subject “New forms and tools of knowledge transfer in veterinary training – with practical examples” in Hungarian and English. Two years ago, starting in the spring of 2020, I also announced the optional subject Life skills for vets with experts in communication, digital and business skills from other departments. I feel that it is recognition of my teaching activity that I am regularly ranked in the top 10 among evaluated university lecturers in student reviews.

Main research areas:

  • veterinary autopsy – poultry stunting-dwarfism syndrome, chicken infectious nephritis virus
  • molecular biology – diagnostic developments
  • e-learning – Xerte, CASUS, Courselab, Moodle, VirtualClassroom, ePASS
  • education development – teacher training, communication, presentation, feedback, assessment

Progress

In 1998, I obtained a doctorate in veterinary medicine at the then University of Veterinary Medicine. I spent my internship year in 1999 at the Department of Pathology and Forensic Veterinary Medicine, where I later worked as a PhD student and then as a clinical veterinarian. He was appointed assistant professor in May 2006, assistant professor in April 2008, and associate professor from May 1, 2013, by the dean of the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine at the then Szent István University. As of January 1, 2018, I am the head of the Department of Pathology, as the first female head of the department. Currently, from January 1, 2021, I am already serving my second term, which was voted unanimously by the department collective. The President of the Republic of Hungary has appointed me as a university professor from September 1, 2022.

Professional organization membership

Committee name Time Rank 
Veterinary Continuous Education in Europe (VetCEE) 2022- Member of the Board
Davis Thompson Foundation
For the Advancement of Veterinary and Comparative Pathology
2021-  Member of the Board
(Board of Directors)
Poultry Health Society, MOÁE (Baromfi-egészségügyi Társaság, MOÁE) 2017-  Member of the Board
MTA Public Body (MTA Köztestülete) 2006-  member
Society of Hungarian Pathologists (Magyar Pathológusok Társasága) 2006-  member
Hungarian Society of Microbiology (Magyar Mikrobiológiai Társaság) 2006-  member

 

Number of thesis/TDK students to date

  • Supervision of 18 thesis graduate students
  • Supervision of 8 TDK theses
  • 9 theses supervision in veterinary training
PhD student name Year of graduation 
Dr. Bóna Márta  The planned date of the PhD defense is spring 2023  

 

Publication list (Top10)

MTMT: https://m2.mtmt.hu/api/publication?cond=authors;in;10001081&labelLang=hun 

  Publications on which the Hirsch index is based
Author(s), title, place of publication
number of independent citers:
1. 

Leav I, Merk FB, Lee KF, Loda M, Mándoki M, McNeal JE, Ho SM (1999): Prolactin receptor expression in the developing human prostate and in hyperplastic, dysplastic, and neoplastic lesions. 

AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PATHOLOGY 154 (3): 863-870. 

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2. 

Jacsó O, Mándoki M, Majoros G Pétsch M, Mortarino M, Genchi C, Fok É (2009): First autochthonous Dirofilaria immitis (Leidy, 1856) infection in a dog in Hungary. 

HELMINTHOLOGIA 46:(3) pp. 159-161. 

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3. 

Mándoki M, Bakonyi T, Ivanics E, Nemes C, Dobos Kovács M, Rusvai M (2006): Phylogenetic diversity of avian nephritis virus in Hungarian chicken flocks. 

AVIAN PATHOLOGY 35: pp. 224-229. 

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4. 

Palade EA, Kisary J, Benyeda Zs, Mándoki M, Balka Gy, Jakab Cs, Végh B, Demeter Z, Rusvai M (2006): Naturally occurring parvoviral infection in Hungarian broiler flocks. 

AVIAN PATHOLOGY 40:(2) pp. 191-197. 

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5. 

Duijn, CCMA; Welink, LS; Mandoki, M; ten Cate, OTJ; Kremer, WDJ; Bok, HGJ (2017): Am I ready for it? Students’ perceptions of meaningful feedback on entrustable professional activities 

PERSPECTIVES ON MEDICAL EDUCATION 6: 4 pp. 256-264., 9 p. 

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6. 

Kovács, M; Tornyos, G; Matics, Zs; Mézes, M; Balogh, K; Rajli, V; Bloch-Bodnár, Zs ; Rusvai, M; Mándoki, M; Cseh, S (2013): Effect of chronic T-2 toxin exposure in rabbit bucks, determination of the No Observed Adverse Effect Level (NOAEL) 

ANIMAL REPRODUCTION SCIENCE 137: 3-4 pp. 245-252. Paper: ISSN 0378-4320 , 8 p. (2013) 

11 
7. 

Palade, EA; Biró, N; Dobos-Kovács, M; Demeter, Z; Mándoki, M; Rusvai, M (2008): Poxvirus infection in Hungarian great tits (Parus major) 

ACTA VETERINARIA HUNGARICA 56: 4 pp. 539-546., 8 p. (2008) 

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8. 

Baillie, S; Ehlers, JP; Koch, M; Mándoki, M; Ciobotaru, E; de Groot, E (2011): Developing an online professional network for veterinary education: The NOVICE project 

JOURNAL OF VETERINARY MEDICAL EDUCATION 38: 4 pp. 395-403., 9 p. (2011) 

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9. 

Gál, J; Hornyák, Á; Mándoki, M; Bakonyi, T; Balka, Gy; Szeredi, L; Marosán, M; Ludányi, T; Forgách, P; Sós, Endre et al. 

Novel mastadenovirus infection and clinical disease in a pygmy marmoset (Callithrix [Cebuella] pygmaea) 

VETERINARY MICROBIOLOGY 167: 3-4 pp. 695-699., 5 p. (2013) 

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10. 

Gál, J; Jakab, Cs; Szabó, Z; Pazár, P; Psáder, R; Roeber, F; Hegyi, Á; Lefler, KK; Farkas, B; Mándoki, M (2009): Hemangioma in the oesophagus of Red-eared Slider (Trachemys scripta elegans) 

ACTA VETERINARIA HUNGARICA 57: 4 pp. 477-484., 8 p. (2009) 

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11. 

Mándoki M, Dobos Kovács M, Bakonyi T, Rusvai M (2006): Molecular diagnosis of avian nephritis: Preliminary report. 

ACTA VETERINARIA HUNGARICA 54: pp. 51-60. 

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