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Biochemist

Mihály Szilágyi, Hungarian biochemist. Diplomate teacher in biology & chemistry Szeged University Sciences, Hungary, 1956. Member Hungarian Bio-chemical Society, Budapest, 1986—2002, president section environmental biochemistry, 1992—2002; president Working Committee Trace Elements, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, since 2002.

Background

Szilágyi, Mihály was born on April 8, 1934 in Gyula, Hungary. Son of Mihály Szilágyi and Margit Nagy.

Education

Doctor Rerum Naturalium, Lorand Eötvös University, Budapest, 1968. Doctor of Philosophy, Hungarian Committee Science Qualification, Budapest, 1990. Doctor of Science, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest, 2000.

Career

Teacher Mihály Táncsics High School, Orosháza, Hungary, 1956—1962. Associate professor department chemistry University Veterinary Science, Budapest, Hungary, 1962—1970, head laboratory clinical chemistry, 1970—1980. Head department biochemistry Research Institute Animal Breeding & Nutrition, Herceghalom, Hungary, 1980—2003.

Invited researcher Department Biochemistry, College Veterinary Medicine, Helsinki, Finland, 1991. Invited senior lecturer Faculty Agriculture, Gödöllo University, Hungary, 1993—1996, invited professor habilitus, 1997—2000, Faculty Agricultural & Environmental Sciences, Szent István University, Gödöllo, Hungary, 2001—2007. Invited professor Faculty Food Science, Corvinus University, Budapest, 2004—2006.

Achievements

  • Diplomate teacher in biology & chemistry Szeged University Sciences, Hungary, 1956.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor articles to professional science journals.

Membership

Member Hungarian Bio-chemical Society, Budapest, 1986—2002, president section environmental biochemistry, 1992—2002. President Working Committee Trace Elements, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, since 2002.

Connections

Married Mária Tóth, July 27, 1957. Children: Tamás, Noémi.

father:
Mihály Szilágyi

mother:
Margit Nagy

spouse:
Mária Tóth

child:
Tamás Szilágyi

child:
Noémi Szilágyi