Edina NemeshaziI graduated from the Faculty of Veterinary Sciences, Szent István University (Budapest) as a biologist (BSc 2008-2011 and MSc 2011-2013). I joined the Conservation Genetics Research Group at the university as a graduate student, where I first focused on methodological problems of non-invasive DNA sampling and subsequently conservation genetics of white-tailed eagles (Haliaeetus albicilla). As a PhD student (2013-2016) in the same institute, I kept working with the species in an international collaboration across Europe. Since 2016, I study the effects of climate change and environmental pollution on sex ratios and sex reversal in amphibians in the Lendület Evolutionary Ecology Research Group.


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Phone: +36 1 3918607
E-mail: nemeshazi.edina@agrar.mta.hu


Reprints from here.

Nemesházi E., Szabó K., Horváth Z., Kövér Sz. 2017. The effects of genetic relatedness on mate choice and territorial intrusions in a monogamous raptor. Journal of Ornithology, DOI: 10.1007/s10336-017-1494-z.

Bókony V., Kövér Sz., Nemesházi E., Liker A., Székely T. 2017. Climate-driven shifts in adult sex ratios via sex reversals: the type of sex determination matters. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 372: 20160325.

Nemesházi E., Kövér Sz., Zachos F.E., Horváth Z., Tihanyi G., Mórocz A., Mikuska T., Hám I., Literák I., Ponnikas S., Mizera T., Szabó K. 2016. Natural and anthropogenic influences on the population structure of white-tailed eagles in the Carpathian Basin and central Europe. Journal of Avian Biology 47: 795-805.

Nemesházi E., Horváth Z., Mórocz A., Mikuska T., Tihanyi G., Szabó K. 2013. Philogeography and population genetics of the white-tailed eagle (Haliaeetus albicilla) in the Carpathian Basin. Állattani Közlemények 98: 65-79. (in Hungarian)

Vili N., Nemesházi E., Kovács Sz., Horváth M., Kalmár L., Szabó K. 2013. Factors affecting DNA quality in feathers used for non-invasive sampling. Journal of Ornithology 154: 587-595.