Angela Juhasz is an internationally recognized researcher working in cereal grain genomics and grain allergy. She received her PhD in Cereal chemistry from the Budapest University of Technology and Economics in 2002. Before moving to Murdoch University, Australia in 2016, Angela held a Head of Department position at the Applied Genomics Department, Centre of Agricultural Research of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences. In 2019 she joined to the Proteomics group of Professor Michelle Colgrave at the School of Science, Edith Cowan University. During the last ten years her research focus is on the use of proteogenomic tools and ‘big data’ to understand genetic and environmental impacts on cereal grain development programs, grain allergy and quality. She is actively involved in the gene annotation works of the bread wheat reference genome, and related cereal species, and published a major paper in Science Advances in 2018 on the genome mapping of seed allergens and immune-responsive proteins in wheat.