Staff

Prof. Tímea Berki MD, PhD

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Professor
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Phone: +36-72-536-291
Scientific work:
  • 1983-85 Research student
  • 1985- MD  University Medical School of Pécs, Hungary
  • 1985 - Research fellow at the Hungarian Academy of Sciences
  • 1991- Research associate at the University Medical School of Pécs Department of  Immunology and Biotechnology
  • 1994 - Assistant professor, 2000 - Associate professor, 2010 - Professor at the Department of Immunology and Biotechnology, Clinical Center, University of Pecs
Degrees:
  • 1994. PhD degree at the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest.
  • 2000-2004 Széchenyi Professzor Fellowship
  • 2002. Laboratory Diagnostics Specialist
  • 2007. Habilitation at the University of Pécs
Education:
  • 1989-91. postdoctoral fellow: Department of Microbiology, University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center Dallas, TX, U.S.A. (Leon Eidels)
Scientific interest:

Applied immunology: tissue culturing, hybridoma technology, monoclonal antibody production and characterization (including immunoserological and immunohistochemical, flow cytometric methods), development of new immunoserological techniques (cytometric bead array).

Basic immunology: effect of glucocorticoid hormone on T cell maturation and activation, signal transduction.

Teaching activity:
  • * Pathology - 2 years seminars, practices
  • *Basic Immunology - 21 years: seminars, practices and lectures in Hungarian, English and German languages
  • *Signal transduction – Medical Biotechnology MsC
  • *Immunological methods – Clinical Laboratory Scientist MsC
Patients care activity:

Head of the Routine Immunodiagnostic Laboratory performing immunserological detection of autoantibodies and cytokines, flow cytometry, CBA technology

Laboratory skills:
  • Immunserology, hybridoma technique, cell- and tissue culturing
  • Flow cytometry: cell surface- and intracellular labeling, intracellular Ca level measurement,
  • Radioisotope technique
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