Postdoctoral Researcher

National Institute for Basic Biology

I am a PostDoc in the National Institute for Basic Biology (NIBB), Japan in Hasebe laboratory. My main topic is to find out how carnivorous plant traps (pitcher, sticky leaf, snaptrap and so) evolved, how their development differ from a simple leaf. For this purpose we are using new generation sequencing methods, including single cell technologies and more classical, molecular biology ways to unravel their secret. Next to the “regular” bioinformatics I am interested in implementation of machine learning techniques and network approaches in biology.


  • Plant Evolutionary Development
  • Carnivorous Plants
  • Cell Type Evolution
  • Systems Biology
  • Comparative Genomics
  • Machine Learning


  • PhD, 2020

    SOKENDAI, Japan

  • MSc in Biology, 2015

    University of Pecs, Hungary

  • BSc in Biology, 2013

    University of Pecs, Hungary