Place & date of birth: Pécs, Hungary – 11. 06. 1978.
Education: Diploma and Teaching Certificate in Biology
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2003-2006 PhD, Eötvös Loránd University, Faculty of Science, PhD School in Biology, PhD Program in Ethology
1997-2002 Diploma and Teaching Certificate in Biology, University of Pécs, Faculty of Science
Languages skills: English, Spanish
Degree: PhD (2009);
Professional experience and positions:
2015- Senior lecturer – Department of Ethology, Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest, Hungary
2010-2015 Research fellow – Department of Ethology, Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest, Hungary
2007-2010 Assistant research fellow – Göd Biological Station, Eötvös Loránd University, Hungary
2006-2007 Fixed-term research appointment – Department of Biology and Biochemistry, University of Bath, UK
Teaching experience – Own, independently developed courses:
2015- Biology Criterion (BSc and biology teacher practice)
2015- Theory of Biology Teaching (BSc and biology teacher practice)
2014- Introduction to Behavioural Ecology (BSc course)
2014- Behavioural Ecology (MSc practice)
2014- Ethology (BSc practice)
2013- Introduction to Behavioural Ecology (BSc course, in English)
2006- Behavioural Ecology doctoral course (PhD course)
Domestic and foreign scholarships:
2018 Bolyai+ New National Excellence Program – Ministry of Human Capacities, Hungary
2017 János Bolyai Research Scholarship – Hungarian Academy of Sciences
2017 New National Excellence Program – Ministry of Human Capacities, Hungary
2012-2013 Hungarian Scholarship Board, Eötvös Postdoctoral Scholarship (Bielefeld, Germany)
2004 Marie Curie Fellowship (University of Bath, UK)
2001 Erasmus Scholarship (Lund University, Sweden)
5 most significant publications (within 5 years):
Pogány Á., Vincze E., Szurovecz Z., Kosztolányi A., Barta Z., Székely T., Riebel K. 2018. Personality assortative female mating preferences in a songbird. Behaviour, 155: 481-503.
Krause E.T., Krüger O., Pogány Á. 2017. Zebra finch nestlings, rather than parents, suffer from raising broods under low nutritional conditions. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, 71: 152.
Fugazza C., Pogány Á., Miklósi Á. 2016. Recall of others’ actions after incidental encoding reveals episodic-like memory in dogs. Current Biology, 26: 3209-3213.
Pogány Á., Kosztolányi A., Miklósi Á., Komdeur J., Székely T. 2015. Biparentally deserted offspring are viable in a species with intense sexual conflict over care. Behavioural Processes, 116: 28-32.