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Attila Csikász-Nagy studied as a bioengineer at the Budapest University of Technology and Economics and received his PhD from the same institute for his work on mathematical models of the cell cycle regulation.

After a short postdoc position in the USA, he started teaching back at the Budapest University of Technology and Economics. He served a group leader for five years in the Microsoft Research – the University of Trento Centre for Computational and Systems Biology and for three years at Fondazione Edmund Mach, both in Italy.

Since 2012, he is a Senior Lecturer in Computational and Systems Biology at King’s College London and since 2015, he also works at the Pázmány Péter Catholic University Faculty of Information Technology and Bionics.

His research is focused on mathematical and computational investigations of the dynamical behaviour of biological networks.