I have completed my Bachelor’s degree in Budapest on the topic of schizophrenia with particular focus on treatment using atypical antipsychotic drugs and what their respective action mechanisms can tell us about the underlying disease.

After obtaining my Master’s degree in Bergen under the supervision of Jan Haavik, where my project revolved around tyrosine hydroxylase deficiency, I continued to work in the Neurotargeting Research Group as a temporary lab assistant. I started my PhD in late 2018 on the topic of neurometabolic disorders affecting the dopaminergic and serotonergic systems. My research interest and experience encompass approaches in enzyme biochemistry, structural biology, molecular biology and cell biology.