Dr. Krisztina FeherDr. Krisztina Fehér
I am interested in studying biomolecular processes at the interface of chemistry and biology at the atomic level using physical methods. I gained deep insight into the processes in life science-based industries such as in pharmaceutical industry and in early stage structure-based drug design. My main research tools are Nuclear Magnetic Resonance spectroscopy, molecular modeling methods such as molecular dynamics and structural bioinformatics methods.
I am currently a Senior Research Fellow in the Molecular Recognition and Interaction Research Group of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences at Debrecen University. I got my PhD in Chemistry in Hungary and I have been working before both in academic and industrial pharmaceutical research in Germany, the UK and Belgium, see my CV for more details.

2020        National Excellence Program, Hungarian Academy of Sciences
2019        National Excellence Program, Hungarian Academy of Sciences
2018        National Excellence Program, Hungarian Academy of Sciences
2018        Janos Bolyai Research Fellowship, Hungarian Academy of Sciences
2016        Publication Award for
K. Feher et al. Chemical Science, 2016, 7, 2666 – 2673, Debrecen University
2015        Poster prize, 2nd place, CCPN/CCPBiosim Conference 25-28.7.2016, Buxton, UK
2014        Marie Curie Career Integration Grant
2003        Max-Planck Fellowship, MPI for Biophysical Chemistry, Göttingen, Germany
2001        Marie-Curie Training Site Fellowship, Institute for Analytical Chemistry, University Leipzig, Germany
1998        Prize of Student Scientific Conference for undergraduate research

Marie Curie Alumni Association
EMBL Alumni
Workgroup for Applied Quantum Chemistry and Molecular Dynamics at Debrecen University