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Virology Research Group

RESEARCH GROUP LEADER: Dr. Tamás Bakonyi, DVM, PhD

CONTACT: Bakonyi.Tamas[PUT_AT_HERE]univet.hu

RESEARCH GROUP MEMBERS:

Professor: Dr. Tamás Bakonyi, DVM, PhD

Assistant professor: Dr. Petra Forgách, DVM, PhD

Associate research fellow: Dr. Rebeka Lucijana Bercic, DVM, PhD

Assistants: Gyöngyi Hofbauer, Győző Bakonyi

PhD students: Mónika Somhegyiné Barna, MSc; Dr. Katalin Szentpáli-Gavallér, DVM;

Dr. Katalin Stollár, DVM; Dr. András Marosi, DVM

 

RESEARCH AREAS:

Veterinary and human virology, epidemiology, infectious diseases, arthropod-borne pathogens, zoonoses, molecular evolution, molecular markers identification, virology diagnostics, development of diagnostic methods in microbiology

 

MEMBERSHIPS:

Hungarian Society for Microbiology

Hungarian Society on Zoonoses

European Society for Veterinary Virology

 

LONG-TERM COLLABORATIONS:

National Food Chain Safety Office

Veterinary Medical Research Institute of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences

National Center for Epidemiology

Eötvös Loránd Science University, Faculty of Science

University of Veterinary Medicine Vienna (Austria)

University of Maribor (Slovenia)

SERVICES:

virology diagnostics

development of specific defence and eradication methods against virus infections

 

GRANTS:

Funding source

Project title and topic (date)

Amount (HUF)

Research Faculty

(Ministry of Human Capacities)

K112730

The animal health and food-safety significance of hepatitis E virus in swine and rabbit (2014-2017)

 18.120.000

Research Faculty

(Ministry of Human Capacities)

SNN116993

Influence of feeding silkmoth (Bombyx mori L.) hybrid larvae with leaves of old local Hungarian and Slovenian mulberry (Morus alba L.) genotypes on the development and health status of larvae (2015-2019)

 24.430.000

Research Faculty

(Ministry of Human Capacities)

NKFIH K120118

 Novel detection and identification methods for the surveillance of emerging and endemic arboviruses in the Pannonian Basin (2016-2020)

 46.128.000

 

CONTRACTS

"Investigations on the in vitro antiviral effect of a chemichal substance” study for the request of the Só-Medicina Ltd.