She is a research professor at the Biological Research Centre, Szeged, Hungary. She was the founding director of the Hungarian French BayGen Institute and research director at the Plant Science Institute of CNRS in Gif-sur-Yvette, France.
Her primary research field is symbiotic nitrogen fixation, recently focusing on the roles of legume peptides provoking plant-controlled differentiation of endosymbiotic bacteria. Her research has shown that many of these peptides have potent antimicrobial activity and great potential for use in medicine and agriculture.
She is a member of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, the National Academy of Sciences (USA), Academia Europaea, Leopoldina, the French Academy of Agriculture, the European Academy of Microbiology and EMBO. She was Vice President and Life Science domain coordinator of the European Research Council. Currently she is a member of the Group of Chief Scientific Advisors of the European Commission and the chair of Life Sciences of Academia Europaea.
Eva Kondorosi will be present at the conference : “Current Research Trends Towards Solving Antimicrobial Resistance” on saturday the 16th of July from 9:45 to 11:00
The conference will be online in the room 5.
More information : https://elevent.ly/esof/