Anna Lovrics


Anna Lovrics graduated with distinction as a chemist at the Eötvös University (ELTE ) in Budapest, Hungary, with a master thesis about modelling the budding yeast cell cycle. She went on to do a PhD at the University of Nottingham (UoN), with a thesis on mathematical modelling of genetic regulatory networks in osteogenesis. After the completion of her PhD, she was involved in a research project at UoN of modelling gene regulation during tomato ripening and analysing transcriptomic and metabolic data sets. Anna has a solid background in chemistry and during the course of her postgraduate research project she has also learnt different approaches in mathematical modelling of biological systems. She has been appointed by BIO within the IDPbyNMR project.


Anna Lovrics
Project Topic
Role of IDPs in cell differentiation in pluripotent stem cell systems
Project Description

Project Home
Andras Dinnyes
Starting Date 15/06/2011


Intensive Training Module – Marie Curie Training Network
Protein Structure Analysis using NMR Chemical Shifts
May 2012 - Cambridge, United Kingdom

Complementary Skills Training – Marie Curie Training Network
Self Marketing, Project Management, Benchmarks and Competition in Research
February 2012 - St. Moritz, Switzerland

Intensive Training Course – Marie Curie Training Network
Bioinformatics and Structural biology of IDPs
October 2011 - Budapest, Hungary