Fifteen internationally acknowledged young researchers are granted support from the Momentum Excellence Program of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences. Among them is Enikő Kubinyi, senior researcher of the Department of Ethology, ELTE. Enikő applied for the momentum II. category, which was open for internationally acknowledged, outstanding and steadily developing researchers younger than 45 years, who previously held prestigious Hungarian (OTKA, MTA Bolyai, MTA Premium) or international postdoctoral or research grants. The title of her grant application was: Keeping companion animals from an evolutionary perspective: a new approach to improve human and animal health.
Congratulations and lots of success in this intriguing research!