Ernő Duda is Co-Founder, President & CEO of Solvo Biotechnology, Hungary’s largest independent biotech company. Mr. Duda is also Founder and President of the Hungarian Biotechnology Association and Co-Founder and Chairman of Aquincum Technology Incubator. He is an Associate Professor at the University of Szeged, and teaches biotechnology and entrepreneurship at several Universities. Besides holding a position in the board of the Hungarian Association for Innovation, he is also a regular contributor to publications, and frequently holds presentations at conferences and various public events.
Szabolcs is general manager and senior consultant of MDQuest Ltd.. His main activity is the establishment of controlling and liquidity management systems. He has been the chief financial officer of SOLVO Biotechnology since 2008. Before joining SOLVO, he worked as financial director of Főszer-Electric cPlc. where his responsibilities included establishing liquidity management systems; project management of international projects; coordination of internal developments; management of tenders; coordination of activities of affiliates; representation of companies.
Kinga, TAKÁCS, MSc.
Kinga graduated at the Faculty of Sciences of the Szeged University as a biologist. She has a master degree in Biology. She jointed our team in 2017 as the CEO's assistant. Besides, she is also employed as a poject manager at Hungarian Biotechnology Association.
Gergely, TOLDI, M.D.
Gergely obtained his MD and PhD degrees at Semmelweis University, Budapest. His research work has focused on autoimmune disorders and immunological aspects of pregnancy and the neonatal period. He has been involved in developing new strategies to evaluate kinetic flow cytometry data and is a member of the Scholars Programme of the International Society for Advancement of Cytometry. In clinical work, he is obtaining his board certification in Pediatrics and has an enthusiasm for Neonatology.
Kata obtained her degree in biology and her PhD at University of Szeged. Before joining MDQuest, she focused on the investigation of host-pathogen interactions, chronic inflammation and TNF reverse signalling. She has experience in working with primary immune cells, gene expression experiments and next generation sequencing.
Daniella obtained a BSc degree in molecular biology and she has continued her MSc studies at University of Szeged. Before joining MDQuest as a laboratory technician she participated in algae research at MTA Biological Research Centre.