Dr. Béla Gyurcsik, Associate professor
University of Szeged
Department of Inorganic and Analytical Chemistry
MTA-SzTE Bioinorganic Chemistry Research Group
H-6720 Szeged, Dóm tér 7.
Tel: +36-62-544335
Fax: +36-62-544340

Curriculum vitae  

1965 Born in Senta (Yugoslavia)
1985-1990 Chemistry student at Attila József University in Szeged, Hungary
1990 Graduated (MSc)
1991 Hungarian citizenship
1990 - 1999 Member of the Biocoordination Chemistry Research group of Hungarian Academy of Sciences at the
Department of Inorganic and Analytical Chemistry of Attila József University of Sciences or of University of Szeged
1993 Junior Scientists' Award of Hungarian Academy of Science
1997 Candidate in Science degree (CSc, and PhD)
János Bólyai  Research Fellowship
1999 Assistant professor at the Department of Inorganic and Analytical Chemistry, University of Szeged, Hungary 
2001 Advanced Course in Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Tokyo, Japan
2002-2004 Békésy Research Fellowship 
2004 Junior Scientists' Award of the Gedeon Richter Ltd and Hungarian Academy of Science 
2006 Öveges Research Fellowship
2012 Habilitation
2013 Golden chalk award of University of Szeged for best lecturer
2013- Asssociate professor at the Department of Inorganic and Analytical Chemistry, University of Szeged, Hungary  

2013- Professor SIGMA in Human Biology PhD Programme, University of Tsukuba, Japan
2015 Excellent collaborator award, Slovak Technical University

Teaching activities

(BSc) Bioinorganic chemistry 
(BSc) Inorganic chemistry applications
(BSc) Analytical chemistry
(BSc) Biological analytical chemistry
(BSc) Laboratory course in Inorganic chemistry
(BSc) Seminary in Analytical chemistry calculations
(MSc, PhD) The biological tools of modern chemistry
(PhD) Methods of structural investigations
(PhD) Advanced Bioinorganic chemistry
(PhD) The chemistry of complex equilibria


Research interest

Design of artificial metalloenzymes - details
- Metal complexes of oligopeptides

- Complex formation equilibria of carbohydrate type ligands
derivatives, amino-polyalcohols with transition metal ions.

The publication list can be viewed in MTMT 
or the detailed list can be downloaded here .


Job opportunities 
in the topic of  the Design of artificial metalloenzymes.
A candidate experienced in molecular biology laboratory work is preferred.
Enquiries to e-mail address.  

Applications from abroad:
-Hungarian state fellowship for research  (3-29 days or 1-10 months)
-Partial/semester studies (1-10 months)
-Full study - MSc or PhD fellowship
Full PhD fellowship for Hungarian speaking students from abroad (36 months)
Prior to submission of the application  please contact me at
Deadline of application: 30.01. 2017.
Further possibilities: 

Funding - running grants
-COST Action CA15126, ARBRE-MOBIEU: Between Atom and Cell: Integrating Molecular Biophysics Approaches for Biology and Healthcare
-Visegrad grant NO. 21720055: Algal cell biophysical properties as markers for environmental stress in aquatic systems
- MTA - JSPS bilateral project with University of Tsukuba, Japan: Research of functional dynamics of artificial nuclease and its substrate chromatin for future gene therapy
- NKFIH Research Grant, K120130: Metal ion guided protein-DNA interactions: metal ion dependent molecules with potential applications
NKFIH Research Grant participant, GINOP-2.3.2-15-2016-00038: Intelligent metal compounds

-Austria: Prof. Chris Oostenbrink, Institute of Molecular Modeling and Simulation, University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences,Vienna.
-Bulgaria: Dr. Ivayla Pantcheva-Kadreva, University of Sofia "St. Kl. Okhridsky", Sofia.
-Czech republic: Dr. Petr Bour, Dr. Lubomir Rulisek, Dr. Milan Kozisek, Czech Academy of Sciences, Prague
-Denmark: Prof. Erik Larsen, Prof. Sine Larsen, Dr. Lars B.S. Hemmingsen, Dr. Peter W. Thulstrup, University of Copenhagen, Coppenhagen, Dr. Hans E. M. Christensen, Danish Technical University, Lyngby.
-Japan: Prof. Kyosuke Nagata, Institute of Basic Medical Sciences, University of Tsukuba, Tsukuba.
-Latvia: Dr. Ilze Vosekalna, Latvian Institute of Organic Chemistry, Riga. Dr. Kaspars Tars, Riga
-Poland: Prof. Wojciech Bal, Institute of Biochemistry and Biophysics, Polish Academy of Sciences, Varsaw.
-Slovakia: Prof. Milan Melnik, Prof. Jozef Sima, Dr. Dusan Valigura, Slovak Technical University, Bratislava.

 Last updated: 19-12-2016