She graduated as a biologist in Eötvös Lóránd University, Faculty of Science. She has BSc and MSc degrees in Program of Biology and Program of Molecular Genetics, Cell- and Developmental Biology.
Her PhD degree was earned in Experimental Oncology Program at Semmelweis University, 1st Department of Pathology and Experimental Cancer Research in Tumorbiology Laboratory. After she graduated, she was a postdoctoral in Molecular Oncoheamatology Laboratory, Semmelweis University, 1st Department of Pathology and Experimental Cancer Research.
In particular, she focused on study the regulatory effects and activity of protein signals in different tumours mainly in Hodgkin lymphoma and colorectal carcinoma models. Moreover, she studied heamatological relevant mutations in B-cells lymphomas.
She is a member of the Hungarian Biochemical Association, the Hungarian Society of Oncology and the European Association for Cancer Research.
She has several scientist awards: II. place in Scientific Students’ Associations Conference of ELTE; best poster presentation prize in XXIX. Congress of the Hungarian Oncological Association; outstanding poster presentation prize in 43. Membrane Transport Conference; Student prize of Genersich Foundation and the prize of György Romhányi Foundation.
In 2016, she won a pre-doctoral scholarship of The New National Excellence Programme (ÚNKP-16-4-DSZ-2016-0013)