My research is located at the intersection of academic development and research in higher education, meaning that the core of it delves into teaching and learning processes embedded in universities as sites of individual and organizational learning. I am especially interested in higher education pedagogies including teaching excellence and innovations, academic professionalism, as well as collaborative student learning. More recently, my interest in these areas has expanded to also include the study of their impact on or relation to the university ecosystem, for instance, in the context of internationalization and digital transformation. Hence, I founded the Organizational and Work-integrated Learning Research Group at the Faculty of Education and Psychology of Eötvös Loránd University (ELTE), Budapest, Hungary to explore these phenomena. 

My postdoctoral research focused on innovative forms of mentoring (e.g. online, collaborative, peer, reverse mentoring) to support academic development and teaching in higher education. I continue to study mentoring, however, with a perspective to collaborative, workplace and organizational learning.

I am editor-in-chief of the Journal of Adult Learning, Knowledge and Innovation (JALKI) (AK Journals, Hungary) and associate editor of Teaching & Learning Inquiry. I have previously been also associate editor of Higher Education Pedagogies (Routledge) (2018-2023).