curriculum vitae
FACTUAL
Name: Miklos S.Z. Kellermayer
Birth place: Pecs, Hungary
Birthday: July 17, 1964
Status: Married - Dr. Gyongyi Sznt
Children: Zoltan, Bernat, Blanka, Dalma, Anna
Education: M.D., 1988, University of Pecs, Hungary
Science degree: Ph.D., 1998, University of Pecs, Hungary
Habilitation: Medicine, 2004, University of Pecs, Hungary
Language skills: English fluent, Russian basic

CONTACT
Affiliation: 
Department of Biophysics, University of Pecs, Faculty of Medicine, Pecs, Szigeti str. 12., H7624 Hungary
Tel: +36-72/536-271
Fax: +36-72/536-261
E-mail: miklos.kellermayer.jr@aok.pte.hu
Group site:
http://biofizika.aok.pte.hu/en/research/nanobiotech/index.php

RESEARCH INTERESTS
Single molecule manipulation with optical tweezers
Actomyosin motility studied with the in vitro motility assay
Molecular biophysics of the giant muscle protein titin
Nanomechanics of fibrous proteins, polymers and aggregates
Nanobiotechnology, single-molecule imaging and manipulation with AFM
Development of novel instrumentation (combination of single-molecule mechanics with fluorescence)

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Excerpted Curriculum Vitae
Research experience:
1983-1988, Med. Student Research Trainee, Univ. Pecs, Med. Sch., Central Res. Lab.
1988-89, HAS Research Fellow, Univ. Pecs, Med. Sch., Dept. Biophysics
1989-93, AHA Postdoctoral fellow, Ctr. Bioengineering, Univ. Washington, Seattle
1993-97, Research Associate, Univ. Pecs, Med. Sch., Central Res. Lab.
1995-1997, Research Associate, Dept. VCAPP, WSU, Pullman
1998-2000, Assistant professor, Univ. Pecs, Med. Sch., Dept. Biophysics
2000-present, Associate professor, Univ. Pecs, Med. Sch., Dept. Biophysics
Teaching experience:
1993-present, Lecturer, instructor and examiner in several core curricular (Biometrics, Biophysics), credit (Cytoskeleton, Nanobiotechnology) and PhD courses (Molecular biomechanics, Microscopy and image analysis).
Hungarian and English. University of Pecs, Faculty of Medicine. 
2001 September, Invited Lecturer: Workshop on Biological Structure. Abdus Salam International Centre for Theoretical Physics, Trieste, Italy.
2003 February, Invited Lecturer: Winter College on Biophotonics. Abdus Salam International Centre for Theoretical Physics, Trieste, Italy.
2005 October, Invited tutor, Autummn School in Biophysics. Poiana Brasov, Romania.
Honors and awards:
1988-1989, Postdoctoral Research Fellowhip of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences
1991-1993, Postdoctoral Research Fellowship, American Heart Association, Washington Affiliate
1994, American Biophysical Society Travel Fellowship
1998, Kovacs Tibor Award, Hungarian Immunological Society
1998, Magyary Postdoc. Fellowship, Fdn for Hungarian Higher Education and Research
1998-2001, Bolyai Postdoctoral Fellowhip, Hungarian Academy of Sciences
1999, American Biophysical Society Travel Fellowship
2001-2005, HHMI International Research Scholarship
2001, Hungarian State Eotvos Fellowship
2003-2005, Szechenyi Fellowship
2005, Best Lecture Award, Regional Committee of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences
2006, Publication Prize, University of Pecs
Society memberships:
Hungarian Microscopical Society (since 1989)
European Society for Microscopy (since 1989)
American Biophysical Society (since 1991)
American Association for the Advancement of Science (since 1995)
Hungarian Biophysical Society (since 1998)
Hungarian Biochemical Society (since 2001)
New York Academy of Sciences (since 2004)
European Society for Muscle Research (since 1994)
American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (since 2005)
Conference organizing activity:
NATO Advanced Research Workshop. Biological, Biophysical and Theoretical Aspects of Polymer Structure and Transport. Bikal, 1999.
III. International Conference on Molecular Recognition, Pecs, 2000. A Cytoskeleton and Contractility section.
XXX. European Muscle Conference, Pavia, Italy, 2001. Muscle Elastic Filaments section.
Nanobiotechnology Mini-symposium and instrument demonstration, Univ. Pecs, 2004.
XXXIII. European Muscle Conference, Elba, Italy, 2004. Cytoskeleton section.
FEBS-IUBMB Meeting, Budapest, 2005. Single molecule biochemistry and mechanics section.
Nanobiology Mini-symposium, Pecs, 2006. 
IV. International Conference on Molecular Recognition, Pecs, 2007. Nanobiology section.
Editorial Board Membership:
Journal of Biochemical and Biophysical Methods (since 2004)
Central European Journal of Biology (since 2006)
Open Biomedical Engineering Journal (since 2007)
Committee Membership:
Pecs Regional Committee of HAS, Cell Biology Section, chair (since 2005)
Informatics Committee, Univ. Pecs, Faculty of Medicine, chair (since 2006)
Hungarian Research Foundation (OTKA), Infraindividual Biology I. Review Board, member (since 2005)
Hungarian Biophysical Society, Molecular Biophysics Section, secretary (since 2007)