Anna Jánosi PhD

Anna Jánosi PhD
Biológiai Osztály
tudományos főmunkatárs
1022 Budapest, Herman Ottó út 15.
E-mail: janosi.anna[at]

Dr Jánosi Anna started her research work at Central Food Science Research Institute in 1996, (recently: National Agricultural Research and Innovation Centre, Food Science
Research Institute) department of Biology. Her research is focused on protein (ELISA) and DNA based (traditional, real-time and field-test) assay developments for species-specific meat identification during the whole food product chain and the effect of food matrix and processing technology on assay parameters. Related to protein supplementation of meat product, her other research interest is the detection of soy/GM soy additives and measurement of gut resistance of “foreign” DNA using an “in vivo” rat model. Dr Jánosi Anna obtained a PhD degree in 2006 in Food Science from Food Science Doctoral Programme of the Corvinus University of Budapest in Hungary.



  • GMSAFOOD EU7 (EU FP7/2007-13 SCP, no FP7 211820) “Biomarkers for post market monitoring of short and long-term effects of genetically modified organisms on animal and human health” (2008-2012)
  • National Technology Programme, TECH_08-A3/2-2008-0405 MANGFOOD “ Improving the competitiveness of mangalica products by the implementation of a complex analytical portfolio” (2009-2012)
  • VM KFI project “Development of genetic markers (biomarkers) based diagnostic methods for the detection of counterfeiting fact - Determination of species-specific origins” (2013-2016)
  • VM KFI project “Expanding the range of sustainable functional foods with high added-value based on leguminous seeds” (2017-2019)
  • VM KFI project “Research for the food application of GMO free, reduced tripsin inhibitor content soybean adaptable for domestic cultivation” (2017-2019)
  • VM KFI project “Improving the competitiveness of Food Protected Designation of Origin by fast, field-type DNA-based assays” (2017-2019)
  • OMFB-02526/2000)Food safety related investigations of transgenic wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) tolerant to total herbicide (2000-2003)
  • OMFB -0024/2002 (2002-2005) Effect of food processing technology on detection of GMO from soy contained food products







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