He graduated in 2007 as a certified bioengineer at the Faculty of Chemical Engineering of the Budapest University of Technology and Economics.
In 2006, he spent half a year as an Erasmus student in Sweden (Lunds University).
In 2012, he obtained a diploma in engineering from the Budapest University of Technology and Economics.
In 2014, he graduated from the Faculty of Veterinary Science of Szent István University with a degree in equestrian teaching (hippology) and organization.
He began his PhD studies in 2017 at the Doctoral School of the University of Veterinary Medicine. Supervisors are Dr. Orsolya Farkas and Dr. Bence Rácz.
2007-2014: BME-EJJT administrative expert
2010-2011: Researched in Japan as part of a 1-year scholarship (Shizuoka University). His research topic was bioethanol production from paper waste.
Scientific field / research area
It investigates the effect of various probiotics on the functional and molecular state of intestinal epithelial cells.
Number of TDK students: As a co-supervisor, he worked with 4 TDK students.
(Updated: August 2021)