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Conservation Genetics Research Group

RESEARCH GROUP LEADER: Dr. Szilvia Kövér PhD, research fellow

CONTACT: kover.szilvia[PUT_AT_HERE]univet.hu

RESEARCH GROUP MEMBERS:

Research fellows: Dr. Szilvia Kövér, Dr. Szilvia Pásztory-Kovács, Dr. Tamás Szűts, Dr. Nóra Vili

Associate research fellows: Dr. Krisztián Szabó

PhD students: Nóra Magonyi

 

RESEARCH AREAS:

Conservation genetics, population genetics and behavioural ecology of endangered raptor species (Imperial Eagles, White-tailed Eagle, Red-footed Falcon) and other invertebrate and vertebrate taxa.

LONG-TERM COLLABORATIONS:

LIFE11/NAT/HU/000926, Conservation of the Red-footed Falcon in the Carpathian Basin

LIFE15 NAT/HU/000902, Conservation of the eastern imperial eagle by decreasing human- Bird Life Hungary

University of Veterinary Medicine, Department of Biomathematics and Informatics, Hungary

Hungarian Natural History Museum, Molecular Taxonomy Laboratory

University of Pannonia, Department of Limnology, Hungary

Duna-Drava National Park, Hungary

Hortobágy National Park, Hungary

Ócsa Birdwaching Association, Hungary

National Museum of Natural Sciences, Spain

 

SERVICES:

Molecuar sexing of birds, individual and species identification of raptors by genotyping (AQUILABOR, identification number: 130/2016/Lab/NÉBIH)

GRANTS:

Funding source Project title and topic   Amount (HUF)
National Research, Development and Innovation Office, Hungary (NRDIO)
K, 115402
Environmental effects on sex in vertebrates with diverse sex-determination systems 43.978.000

 

CONTRACTS:

Birdlife Hungary