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Anna Susánszky

Curriculum vitae

Personal Data:
–    Office Address: Institute of Behavioral Sciences, Semmelweis University
1089 Budapest, Nagyvárad tér 4.
Phone: +36 1 210 2953, fax: +36 1 210 2955
–    E-mail:
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Education
–    2002: Miskolc University, Faculty of Humanities, MA of Cultural Anthropology and Visual Culture
–    2005- doctoral studies at the Semmelweis University, Doctoral School of Mental Health Sciences
–    2006: Central European University, Summer School: Gender, health and inequality


Professional affiliations
–    2002-2004: Institute of Behavioral Sciences, Department of Anthropology, Semmelweis University, Budapest
–    2008: Institute of Behavioral Sciences, Department of Sociology, Semmelweis University, Budapest


Professional experience:
–    Teaching medical anthropology and medical sociology for medical, dental and pharmacy students.


Research Fields
–    Health conditions of health care professionals
–    Gender role changes
–    Relationships between masculine gender role stress and health condition
–    Cultural characteristics of reproductive behavior
Grants 2005-
–    Hungarian Scientific Research Fund (OTKA), School of Science Grant: Quality of life and empowerment
–    Hungarian Scientific Research Fund (OTKA), School of Science Grant:
–    National Research and Development Project (NKFP) Social and psychological components of quality of life
–    UNICAFE: Survey of the University Career of Female Scientists at Life Sciences; an EU6 Grant


Membership of Scientific Associations:
–    Hungarian Association of Sociology
–    Hungarian Association of Psycho-Physiology and Health Psychology
–    John Selye Association of Psycho-physiology
–    European Association of Psychophysiology


Skills:
Languages:
–    English: good understanding, speaking, reading, writing
–    French: fair understanding, speaking, reading
Computer: skills in statistical analysis in social studies
Publications:
–    Hungarian: 2