Ildikó Bódi

Semmelweis University, Department of Anatomy, Histology and Embryology

Curriculum Vitae Name: Ildiko Bodi Place of Birth: Kecskemet, Hungary Date of Birth: April 12, 1983 Office Address: Department of Anatomy, Histology and Developmental Biology, Faculty of Medicine, Semmelweis University, Tuzolto str, 58. Budapest, HUNGARY-1094 E-mail: bodi.ildiko@med.semmelweis-univ.hu Languages: English B2, German C1 EDUCATION: 2008 Eötvös Loránd University of Sciences, Faculty of Natural Sciences, Budapest, Hungary Master degree in biology /Special subject: cell and developmental biology/ 2016 Semmelweis University, Budapest, Hungary Doctoral School of Molecular Medicine PhD studies ACADEMIC APPOINTMENT: 2013 March 1 – 2018 Assistant Lecturer of Department of Anatomy, Histology and Developmental Biology, Semmelweis University 2018 March - present Assistant Professor of Department of Anatomy, Histology and Developmental Biology, Semmelweis University PROFESSIONAL SOCIETIES: 2010 – present Avian Immunology Research Group - Member 2012 – present Hungarian Society of Anatomists – Member 2012 – present Cost FA 1207, Towards Control of Avian Coronaviruses - Member 2017 - present Hungarian Society for Immunology 2017 - present Hungarian Society for Cell and Developmental Biology 2018 - present Society of Developmental Biology AWARDS AND HONORS: 2013 German language fellowship: Heidelberg, Germany 2017 Institut de Neurosciences Paris-Saclay/Neuro-PSI, „Neural Crest: Development and Evolution” Dr. Sophie Creuzet– neural crest ablation and grafting techniques 2017 Transmission electron microscopy in life sciences course Electron Microscopy Core Facility of the Microscopy Center, Institute of Molecular Genetics, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic 2020 Lenhossék Award – Young Anatomist Research Award RESEARCH EXPERIENCE: In vitro cell cultures on human cell line (cell isolation, FACS). Avian embryonic microsurgery (quail-chick and GFP (green fluorescent protein)-chicken coelomic chimera, parabiosis, CAM grafting, Neural Crest Ablation and Grafting techniques, fluorescent DiI labeling. Histology (histochemistry, immunocytochemistry, double immunofluorescence staining, preembedding floating immunocytochemistry, postembedding EM immunocytochemistry, electron microscopy, confocal microscopy) Molecular biology western blotting, in situ hybridization on embryo whole mount and sections. Statistics morphometric measurement. COLLABORATIONS: Mariastefania Antica – Division of Molecular Biology, Ruđer Bošković Institute, Zagreb, Croatia 2021 – 2025 Croatian Science Foundation, IP-2020-02- 2431. Thymus renewal for precision medicine in cancer and leukaemia treatment, Thyminnova, Sophie Creuzet – Paris-Saclay Institute of Neuroscience, Paris, France Zoltán Szállási – Boston’s Children Hospital, Harvard, USA Iván Varga – Comenius University, Bratislava Zsolt Prodán – National Cardiac Institute, Budapest, Hungary Irén Haltrich – Pediatric Clinic, Semmelweis University, Budapest, Hungary Gergely Kriván – Szent László Clinic, Pediatric Oncology and Hematology, Budapest, Hungary SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH Invited speaker at international and national scientific conferences and institutions Hungarian Society for Immunology 46. Meeting 1,The functional coritco-medullary border in the thymus 2, Comparative study on the extracellular matrix components of chicken thymus and bursa of Fabricius reveals corresponding sub-compartments of these organs Morphology 2017 Conference, Pilsen: Compartmentalization of thymic medulla 2012. 8. PhD-Symposium Vienna: Inquiring about avian thymic dendritic cells 26.th Annual Conference of the European Macrophage and Dendritic Cell Society: Avian thymic dendritic cell share common antigen epitope with cortical epithelial cells XII. Avian Immunology Research Group Conference, Scotland 1, Plasticity of the thymic epithelial cells 2,Characterization and origin of dendritic cells in the avian thymus PUBLICATIONS 1, David Dora, Szilamer Ferenczi, Rhian Stavely, Viktoria E Toth, Zoltan V Varga, Tamas Kovacs, Ildiko Bodi, Ryo Hotta, Krisztina J Kovacs, Allan M Goldstein, Nandor Nagy (2021) Cell Mol Gastroenterol Hepatol Evidence of a Myenteric Plexus Barrier and Its MacrophageDependent Degradation During Murine Colitis: Implications in Enteric Neuroinflammation 2, Felfoldi Balazs, Bódi I, Minkó K, Benyeda Z, Nagy N, Magyar A, Oláh I. Infection of burial disease virus abrogates the extracellular glycoprotein in the follicular medulla (2021) Poult.Sci.100(4):101000 3, Ildiko Bodi, Krisztina H.-Minko, Zsolt Prodan, Imre Olah. Compartmentalization of Human Thymic Medulla: Facts and Hypotheses (2020) Thymus Edited by Nima Rezaei, Intech Open 4, Varga I, Fedorová L, Klein M, Babala J, Jáger R, Bódi I, Plank L. The histological proporties and possible origin of cervical thymus with cysts - A case report and hypotheses about its development (2019) Int J Pediatr Otorhinolaryngol 120:189-195 5, Bódi I, Felföldi B, Minkó K, Benyeda Z, Nagy N, Kiss AL, Palya V, Oláh I. Effect of IBDV infection on the inter follicular epithelium of chicken bursa of Fabricius (2019) Poult.Sci. 98(9):3464-3470 6, Farsang A, Bódi I, Fölker O, Minkó K, Benyeda Z, Bálint Á, Oláh I (2019) Avian coronavirus infection induces mannose-bindinglectin production in dendritic cell precursors of chicken lymphoid organs. Acta Vet Hung 67(2):183-196 7, Bódi I, H.-Minkó K, Prodán Z, Nagy N, Oláh I. (2019) Structure of the thymus at the beginning of the 21th century Orv.Hetil.160(5):163-171 8, Bódi I , Minkó K , Fölker O , Benyeda Z , Felföldi B , Magyar A , Kiss A , Palya V , Oláh I (2018) Expression of caveolin-1 in the interfollicular but not the follicle-associated epithelial cells in the bursa of fabricius of chickens Journal of Morphology 279:(1)17-26. 9, Ivan Varga, Ildikó Bódi, Veronika Mešťanovác, Martin Kováčd, Martin Kleina (2018) Association between histological alterations in the thymus and sudden infant death syndrome Journal of Forensic and Legal Medicine 55:(2018) pp. 8-13. 10, Bódi I, Kocsis K, Benyeda Z, Fejszak N, Molnar D, Nagy N, Olah I (2016) Dual secretion locations on type II cells in the avian lung suggest local as well as general roles of surfactant. Journal of Morphology 11, Nagy N, Bódi I, Oláh I (2015) Avian dendritic cells: phenotype and ontogeny in lymphoid organs Dev Comp Immunol 12, Bódi I, Minkó K, Molnár D, Nagy N, Oláh I (2015) A novel aspect of the structure of the avian thymic medulla. Cell Tissue Res 359:489-501.

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