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personal data approved: 2019. III. 20.
Personal data
Xénia Gonda
name Xénia Gonda
name of institution
doctoral school
SE János Szentágothai Doctoral School of Neurosciences (Supervisor)
accreditation statement submitted to: Semmelweis University, Budapest
Contact details
E-mail address kendermagosyahoo.com
phone number +36 20 825-0731
Academic title
scientific degree, title Ph.D.
year degree was obtained 2008
discipline to which degree belongs clinical medicine
institution granting the degree Semmelweis Universiy
Employment
2007 - Semmelweis University, Budapest
university professor or researcher
Thesis topic supervisor
number of doctoral students supervised until now 0
number of students who fulfilled course requirements 0
students who obtained their degrees:
students with degree granting in process:
Nikoletta Zsófia Áspán PhD (2020/04)  JSDSN
present PhD students:
János Bokor (PhD) (2022/08)  JSDSN
  Thesis topic proposals
Research
research area genetic associations of psychiatric disorders, endophenotypes, temperaments and personality traits
research field in which current research is conducted clinical medicine
theoretical medicine
Publications
2019

Gonda X, Petschner P, Eszlari N, Baksa D, Edes A, Antal P, Juhasz G, Bagdy G: Genetic variants in major depressive disorder: From pathophysiology to therapy, PHARMACOLOGY & THERAPEUTICS 194: pp. 22-43.
type of document: Journal paper/Review paper
language: English
2019

Dome Peter, Tombor Laszlo, Lazary Judit, Gonda Xenia, Rihmer Zoltan: Natural health products, dietary minerals and over-the-counter medications as add-on therapies to antidepressants in the treatment of major depressive disorder: a review, BRAIN RESEARCH BULLETIN 146: pp. 51-78.
type of document: Journal paper/Review paper
language: English
2018

Peter Petschner, Xenia Gonda, Daniel Baksa, Nora Eszlari, Michael Trivaks, Gabriella Juhasz, Gyorgy Bagdy: Genes Linking Mitochondrial Function, Cognitive Impairment and Depression are Associated with Endophenotypes Serving Precision Medicine, NEUROSCIENCE 370: pp. 207-217.
type of document: Journal paper/Review paper
number of independent citations: 7
language: English
URL 
2018

Vazquez GH, Gonda X, Lolich M, Tondo L, Baldessarini RJ: Suicidal Risk and Affective Temperaments, Evaluated with the TEMPS-A Scale: A Systematic Review, HARVARD REVIEW OF PSYCHIATRY 26: (1) pp. 8-18.
type of document: Journal paper/Review paper
language: English
2018

Gonda X, Hullam G, Antal P, Eszlari N, Petschner P, Hokfelt TG, Anderson IM, Deakin JFW, Juhasz G, Bagdy G: Significance of risk polymorphisms for depression depends on stress exposure., SCIENTIFIC REPORTS 8: (1) p. 3946.
type of document: Journal paper/Article
number of independent citations: 4
language: English
URL 
2017

Gonda X, Sarginson J, Eszlari N, Petschner P, Toth ZG, Baksa D, Hullam G, Anderson IM, Deakin JFW, Juhasz G, Bagdy G: A new stress sensor and risk factor for suicide: the T allele of the functional genetic variant in the GABRA6 gene, SCIENTIFIC REPORTS 7: (1) 12887
type of document: Journal paper/Article
number of independent citations: 2
language: English
URL 
2016

Kovacs D, Eszlari N, Petschner P, Pap D, Vas S, Kovacs P, Gonda X, Juhasz G, Bagdy G: Effects of IL1B single nucleotide polymorphisms on depressive and anxiety symptoms are determined by severity and type of life stress., BRAIN BEHAVIOR AND IMMUNITY 56: pp. 96-104.
type of document: Journal paper/Article
language: English
DOI 
2016

Eszlari N, Kovacs D, Petschner P, Pap D, Gonda X, Elliott R, Anderson IM, Deakin JF, Bagdy G, Juhasz G: Distinct effects of folate pathway genes MTHFR and MTHFD1L on ruminative response style: a potential risk mechanism for depression, TRANSLATIONAL PSYCHIATRY 6: p. e745.
type of document: Journal paper/Article
number of independent citations: 9
language: English
URL 
2016

Gonda X, Eszlari N, Kovacs D, Anderson IM, Deakin JF, Juhasz G, Bagdy G: Financial difficulties but not other types of recent negative life events show strong interactions with 5-HTTLPR genotype in the development of depressive symptoms., TRANSLATIONAL PSYCHIATRY 6: Paper e798. p.
type of document: Journal paper/Article
language: English
DOI 
2016

Gonda X, Eszlari N, Anderson IM, Deakin JF, Bagdy G, Juhasz G: Association of ATP6V1B2 rs1106634 with lifetime risk of depression and hippocampal neurocognitive deficits: possible novel mechanisms in the etiopathology of depression, TRANSLATIONAL PSYCHIATRY 6: (11) e945
type of document: Journal paper/Article
number of independent citations: 1
language: English
URL 
Number of independent citations to these publications:23 
Scientometric data
list of publications and citations
number of scientific publications that meet accreditation criteria:
247
number of scientific publications:
400
monographs and professional books:
1
monographs/books in which chapters/sections were contributed:
4 
scientific publications published abroad that meet the accreditation criteria:
166
publications not in Hungarian, published in Hungary, meeting the accreditation criteria:
21
number of independent citations to scientific publications and creative works:
2438

 
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