Six members of RCH IAG participated in the Hungarian Molecular Life Science Conference from November 5th to 7th, 2021, in Eger where projects of the Institute of Archeogenomics were presented to representatives of the life sciences.

Through lectures by Dániel Gerber and Bea Szeifert and posters presented by Noémi Borbély and Erzsébet Fóthi, researchers and students gained insights into the population genetics research conducted at our institute, spanning prehistoric, early medieval, and present-day periods.

 Our lectures:

Bea Szeifert, Balázs Gyuris, Dániel Gerber, Veronika Csáky, Attila Türk, Béla Miklós Szőke, Sándor Évinger, Balázs Egyed, Balázs Gusztáv Mende, Anna Szécsényi-Nagy: Chapters from Carpathian Basin’s Early Medieval genetic history

 SzB HunLifeSci2021


Dániel Gerber, Bea Szeifert, Balázs Egyed, Ágnes Kustár, Szilvia Fábián, Balázs Gusztáv Mende, Eszter Ari, Viktória Kiss, Anna Szécsényi-Nagy: Genetic history and life of Bronze Age communities in Western Hungary

 GD HunLifeSci2021


Our posters:

Noémi Borbély, Dániel Gerber, Bea Szeifert, Horolma Pamjav, Balázs Gusztáv Mende, Balázs Egyed, Anna Szécsényi-Nagy: Towards building the genetic map of the Carpathian Basin

Horolma Pamjav, Ábel Fóthi, Dániel Dudás, Erzsébet Fóthi: Similar or a little different? Two Hungarian-speaking populations in the Hungarian-Slavic contact zone

Abstracts of presentations and posters from our colleagues  are available in this pdf file.