Géza Tóth graduated as a Chemist from the University of Szeged, Hungary, in 1969. He obtained the Ph.D. degree in radiochemistry from University of Szeged in 1990 and the D.S. degree from the Hungarian Academy of Sciences in 2004. Recently, he is a Scientific Advisor at the Biological Research Center of Hungarian Academy of Sciences in Szeged and a Professor of radiochemistry at Solid State and Radiochemistry Department of University of Szeged. His training and experience abroad includes Joliot Curie fellowship at Service de Biochimique, CEN, Saclay, France, research associate at Chemistry Department, University of Arizona Tucson, USA, and a Visiting Professor at Chemistry Department, Vrije University, Brussels. He received a scientific research award from TEVA Biogal Ltd. His research areas of interest are radioactive labelling of biologically interesting organic compounds, synthesis of unnatural amino acids and peptides, topographical considerations in molecular recognition, peptide and peptidomimetic drug design. He is a member of Hungarian Chemical Society, European Peptide Society, European Neuropeptide Club, International Narcotics Research Club and International Isotope Society. He is a member of the advisory board of Neurobiology and Current Medicinal Chemistry, Central Nervous System Agents.
Biography Updated on 1 October 2008