Valeria Nagy
PhD

Molecular Plant Biology (Department of Biochemistry)

valeria.nagy@utu.fi


Tykistökatu 6 Turku Biocity 6th floor



Areas of expertise
Algae, photosynthesis, hydrogen production,

Biography
2003-2008 University of Szeged, Faculty of Sciences, Field of study: Biology, specialty: molecular biology 
2006-2008 Master thesis at University of Szeged, Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, supervisor: Dr. Mária Simon 
2008 M.Sc. in Biology, University of Szeged
2008-2009 International Training Course, HAS-Biological Research Centre, Institute of Plant Biology, Szeged, Hungary, Supervisors: Dr. Szilvia Zita Tóth and Dr. Győző Garab
2009-2012 PhD student, Doctoral School in Biology, HAS-Biological Research Centre, Institute of Plant Biology, Szeged, Hungary, Supervisors: Dr. Szilvia Zita Tóth and Dr. Győző Garab
2015-2018 Research associate, Laboratory for Molecular Photobioenergetics, HAS-Biological Research Centre, Institute of Plant Biology, Szeged, Hungary
2018 Postdoctoral researcher in the group of Assoc. Prof. Yagut Allahverdiyeva-Rinne, Molecular Plant Biology, University of Turku, supported by 1-year Nessling Foundation Grant


Research

As a postdoctoral researcher in the group of Assoc. Prof. Yagut Allahverdiyeva-Rinne I study the efficient and  sustained, photoautotrophic H2 production in green algae.



Publications

Effects of selenate and red Se-nanoparticles on the photosynthetic apparatus of Nicotiana tabacum (2019)
Photosynthesis Research
Zsiros O, Nagy V, Párducz Á, Nagy G, Ünnep R, El-Ramady H, Prokisch J, Lisztes-Szabó Zs, Fári M,
Csajbók J, Tóth SZ, Garab G, Domokos-Szabolcsy É

(
A1 Journal article – refereed)

The mechanism of photosystem II inactivation during sulphur deprivation-induced H2 production in Chlamydomonas reinhardtii (2018)
Plant Journal
Nagy V, Vidal-Meireles A, Podmaniczki A, Szentmihályi K, Rákhely G, Zsigmond L, Kovács L, Tóth SZ
(
A1 Journal article – refereed)

Water-splitting-based, sustainable and efficient H2 production in green algae as achieved by substrate limitation of the Calvin-Benson-Bassam cycle (2018)
Biotechnology for Biofuels
Nagy V, Podmaniczki A, Vidal-Meireles A, Tengölics R, Kovács L, Rákhely G, Scoma A, Tóth SZ
(
A1 Journal article – refereed)

Regulation of ascorbate biosynthesis in green algae has evolved to enable rapid stress-induced response via the VTC2 gene encoding GDP-L-galactose phosphorylase (2017)
New Phytologist
Vidal-Meireles A, Neupert J, Zsigmond L, Rosado de Souza L, Kovács L, Nagy V, Galambos A, Fernie A,
Bock R, Tóth SZ

(
A1 Journal article – refereed)


Last updated on 2019-21-07 at 02:22