Number of vaccines administered at Semmelweis University - 15. September 2021
386351 Total vaccines

Dr. Gabriella Dörnyei Bednárikné, Faculty of Health Sciences, Dean

Degrees:

  • 1985-1988  Budapest University of Technology, Faculty of Chemical Engineering, Department of Organic and Biological Chemicals, Budapest, BSc in Chemical Technical Engineering
  • 1988-1990 Budapest University of Technology, Faculty of Chemical Engineering, Biological Engineer, Budapest, MSc in Biological Engineering

 Scientific Degree:

2000    Candidate of Biological Sciences (PhD)
Title of dissertation: Intrinsic regulatory mechanisms of vein and venule tone – the role of the endothelium

Work experience:

1990-1996 As a scholarship holder of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences for advanced scientific studies (Scientific Qualification Committee (II. Department of Biology)): SOTE, Faculty of Medicine, Institute of Clinical Experimental Research – II. Institute of Physiology, Budapest
1996-2008 Research Associate, Semmelweis University (SU), Faculty of Medicine, Institute of Clinical Experimental Research and Human Physiology, Budapest
2008-2009 Assistant college professor, Semmelweis University, Faculty of Health Sciences (FHS), Institute of Morphology and Physiology, Budapest
2009-2012 College professor, Semmelweis University, FHS, Institute of Morphology and Physiology, Budapest
2012- Honorary college professor, Semmelweis University, FHS, Institute of Morphology and Physiology, Budapest
2013- 2018 Head of Department, Semmelweis University, FHS, Institute of Morphology and Physiology, Budapest
2016-2020 Vice Dean for Scientific Affairs, Semmelweis University, FHS, Budapest
2020- Dean, Semmelweis University, FHS, Budapest

Study trips abroad:

  • 1992. Department of Physiology, University of Birmingham, Birmingham B15 2TT, UK
  • 1993-1997. New York Medical College, Department of Physiology, Valhalla, New York 10595, USA
  • 2016. Shanghai Jiao Tong University School of Nursing, Shanghai, China, Traditional Chinese Medicine and Chinese Culture 17 hours course
  • 2019. Shanghai University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Erasmus mobility program

Educational activity:

  • Medical physiology in Hungarian and English (practices, consultations)

  • Teaching Clinical cardiovascular physiology elective course (classroom lectures)

  • Subject teacher of Applied chemistr

  • Applied chemistry (classroom lectures)

  • Subject teacher of applied physiology and pathophysiology

  • Applied physiology and pathophysiology (classroom lectures, practices)

  • Chapters on venous circulation and hemodynamics (elective course, classroom lectures)

  • Supervising the preparation of Students’ Scientific Association (TDK) works and the preparation of diploma theses and Rector’s thesis competition

  • Performing mentoring tasks

Supervision of the following TDK presentations, Rector’s thesis competition and diploma theses:

1. Mária Tóth (SU Faculty of Medicine IV. II. Institute of Clinical Experimental Research – II. Institute of Physiology)
SU Faculty of Medicine Students’ Scientific Association Conference, 1992 (2nd place)

2. Viktória Kovács, Andrea Horváth (SU Faculty of Medicine IV. Institute of Clinical Experimental Research and Human Physiology)
SU Faculty of Medicine Students’ Scientific Association Conference, 2000 (Rector’s laudation)

 3. Orsolya Prigya (SU Faculty of Medicine IV. Institute of Clinical Experimental Research and Human Physiology): Myogenic tone of the saphenous vein increases after one week of experimental orthostasis,
SU Faculty of Medicine Students’ Scientific Association Conference, 2005.

4. Orsolya Prigya (SU Faculty of Medicine IV.): How rapidly myogenic tone in the saphenous vein is augmented by experimental orthostasis. Orvosi és Gyógyszerészeti Szemle (Marosvásárhely), 51/suppl. 1: 16, 2005.

Since 2008 at Semmelweis University’s Faculty of Health Scinences:

 1. Ádám Németi: Formation of a collateral branch system as a result of chronic narrowing of the rat saphenous vein (a possible model of varicosity disease), 2010.
Quality award, Students’ Union special award, participation in the jubilee XXX. National Students’ Scientific Conference, Dean’s laudative diploma

2. Ádám Németi, Attila Dobai: Effect of sustained gravitational loading on collateral branch system of rat venous saphenous vein in a varicosity model, 2011.
Quality award, opportunity to participate on the National Students’ Scientific Conference in 2013

3. Ádám Németi: Effect of orthostatic loading on rat venous saphenous collateral branch system in the late stage of varicosity model, 2012.
Quality award, participation on the XXXI. National Students’ Scientific Conference, laudative diploma

4. Ádám Németi: Biomechanical features of angiogenesis (Rector’s thesis competition) 2012.
Laudation, thesis with the same title, 2013

5. Orsolya Sevcsik, Zsófia Sziráki, Dóra Varga: Simultaneous effect of gravitational loading and saphenous vein suppression in a rat varicosity model, 2013.
Special Prize of the Society of Physiotherapists, opportunity to participate in the National Students’ Scientific Association Conference in 2015

6. Orsolya Sevcsik, Zsófia Sziráki, Dóra Varga: Simultaneous effect of gravitational loading and saphenous vein suppression in a rat varicosity model,
National Students’ Scientific Association Conference, Semmelweis University FHS, Budapest, 2015.

7. Zsófia Sziráki: Morphological features of saphenous vein branches in a rat varicosity model, 2015.
Professional Quality Award, extra opportunity to participate in the National Students’ Scientific Association

8. Attila Nitsch: Permanent gravitational and antigravity effects on vascular function, thesis, 2015.

9. Virág Majsai, Máté Gulyás, Alexander J. Fees: Modification of venous wall structure in a varicosity model in rats, 2019.
Quality award, opportunity to participate in the National Scientific Student Conference in 2019

10. Virág Majsai: The role of pressure and flow in the development of venous varicosity of the lower extremities – Venous stenosis, lifestyle, possible effects of pregnancy, thesis, 2020.

Activities as opponent, evaluator:

1. Annamária Szénási: Investigation and development options of nervous system immaturity (Rector’s thesis competition), evaluator, 2012.

2. Petra Balla: Viscoelasticity of large arteries (MSc thesis paper), evaluator, 2013.

3. Tamás Valasek: Possibilities of examining dysfunction due to low back pain with the help of validated, self-administered health assessment questionnaires (doctoral thesis), opponent, 2014.

4. Dr. Dezső Módos: Regulation of signaling networks and its investigation in tumors (PhD thesis), opponent, 2017.

Membership in doctoral examination, PhD, and habilitation defense committees:

1. Dr. Árpád Lux: Nitric oxide-mediated cardioprotection during ischemic myocardial damage and sports heart development (PhD thesis), Secretary of PhD Defense Committee, 2016

2. Csaba Orbán: T lymphocyte potassium channel function in childhood Crohn’s disease (PhD thesis), Secretary of PhD Defense Committee, 2017

3. Dr. András Iring, Member of PhD examination committee, 2017

4. Eszter Lefkovics: Depressive and anxiety disorders in the perinatal period and their effect on maternal perception (PhD thesis), Workplace discussion of PhD dissertation, chairwoman of the committee, 2018

5. Dr. Nóra Sydó: The role of electrocardiography and exercise testing in the assessment of cardiovascular risk in athletes and non-athletes (PhD thesis), Secretary of PhD Defense Committee, 2018

6. Márta Bartusné Dr. Szmodis: A comprehensive study of the morphological, physiological, and psychosomatic effects of regular physical activity in children and young adults (Habilitation dissertation), member of Habilitation Committee), 2019

Evaluating applications:

1. Evaluating OTKA applications
2. As a member of the Semmelweis University Scientific Council, evaluating university scientific applications, 2016-
3. Carrying out expert tasks for new National Excellence Program for Faculty of Health Sciences applications, 2017, 2018

Performing the duties of reviewing professional journals:

  • Physiology International
  • Deveplopments in Health Sciences
  • Phlebology

Conference organisation:

  • Comparative Health Science Symposium I. „Outstanding early movement development methods” 12 May 2017, SU Faculty of Health Sciences, Budapest, organiser, chairwoman

  • Comparative Health Science Symposium II. „Healthy and active aging – New achievements in prevention and rehabilitation”, 18 May 2018, SU Faculty of Health Sciences, Budapest, organiser, chairwoman

  • Comparative Health Science Symposium  III. „Humane aging”, 14 December 2018, SU Faculty of Health Sciences, Budapest, organiser, chairwoman

  • Comparative Health Science Symposium IV. „Preeclampsia: from molecules to maternal care ”(as part of the Semmelweis250 series of events), 15 November 2019, SU Faculty of Health Sciences, Budapest, organiser, chairwoman

Memberships in scientific and other organizational and editorial committees:

1991- Hungarian Physiological Society
2000- Scientific Committee of Molecular Biology, Genetics and Cell Biology of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, member of the public body
2005- Hungarian Society of Microcirculation and Vascular Biology
1999-2011 Acta Physiologica Hungarica, Assistant Editor
2012- Acta Physiologica Hungarica (2016-tól Physiology International), Associate Managing Editor
2013- SU-FHS, Faculty Council, member
2013-2018 SU-FHS Committee on Social Affairs and Equal Opportunities, Chairwoman
2013- SU-FHS Talent Council, member
2014 SU Housing Employer Loan Claims Assessment Committee, member
2015-2019 SU Students’ Scientific Association Council, member
2019- SU Students’ Scientific Association Council, representative of institutes of Vas utca block
2015 Cost calculation project group of SU FHS, member
2015-2018 SU Appeals Committee, member
2016- SU University Scientific Council, representative of FHS
2016- SU Committee Responsible for Chinese Relations, representative of FHS
2017- Health Science Council Traditional Chinese Medicine Commission, member
2017-2019 SU Senate, representative of FHS
2019- SU Senate, representative of FHS
2017- SemmelweisScience and Innovation Fund Council, representative of FHS
2018- SU Alumni Board of Directors, member
2018- SU-FHS scientific contact (Special Person of Contact COHEHRE Research – Consortium of Institutes of Higher Education in Health and Rehabilitation in Europe)
2018- Developments in Health Sciences, member of the Editorial Board
2018 SU University Social and Equal Opportunities Committee, Interim Committee, Vice-chairwoman
2018- SU-FHS Lecture Notes Committee, member
2019- Semmelweis250 Operations Committee, member
2019- SU Doctoral Council Study and Credit Transfer Committee,  chairwoman
2019- University of Physical Education Habilitation Committee, member

Awards:

  • 2015 Outstanding Scientific Student Education – University Award
  • 2015 Mentoring Cup Award – Faculty Award

Childcare periods (3 children)

  • 2000-2002
  • 2005-2008

Language skills:

1997   English intermediate examination (type “C”)

Scientific publications:

Link to the full authentic list of publications in the Hungarian Scientific Works Library 2:

https://m2.mtmt.hu/frontend/#view/Publication/SmartQuery/1127/

ORCID ID: 0000-0001-7007-6252