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Support for international reviewers for the PhD thesis

At its meeting on 13.03.2023, the SE University Doctoral Council supported the involvement of international experts for the PhD examinations.

It's easier together. MITT/ANA joint conference

The first joint conference of the Hungarian Neuroscience Society (MITT) and the Austrian Neuroscience Society (ANA) took place at the Headquarters of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, between 1-3 February 2023.

Széchenyi Prize for Beáta Sperlágh

Beáta Sperlágh, Deputy Director General of our Institute, Head of the Molecular Pharmacology Research Group, on 14 March 2023, was awarded another high distinction. On the occasion of our national holiday, she received the Széchenyi Prize at the Parliament.


Young Neuroscientists Conference - HuNDoC 2023

The MITT/ANA, a joint conference of the Hungarian and Austrian neuroscience societies, was preceded by a separate but related event.  This was HuNDoC, a national conference for young researchers organized independently by young researchers. It was the sixth in a row.


Lightning-firing interneurons

Balázs Rózsa and his team, researchers from the BrainVisionCenter (BVC), in collaboration with the Friedrich Miescher Institute in Basel and Pázmány Péter University, have discovered previously unknown features of neuronal plasticity in the hippocampus of awake animals. Their work was published in Nature Communications.

Reward, punishment and the VIP neurons

Researchers at KOKI, Pázmány Péter Catholic University, and the BrainVisionCenter (BVC), founded in 2021 by Botond Roska, Balázs Rózsa, and ITM, in collaboration with colleagues at Washington University in St. Louis, have described a previously unidentified, cortical-wide principle that contributes to the success of early learning.

Dogma-challengers. Another discovery in the thalamus

For the thalamus, you will find the name of the Acsády group. And if it is the Acsády group, you will sooner or later realize that nothing in the thalamus is as we have thought for a hundred years. A study published in Nature Neuroscience, with Nóri Hádinger as the first co-author, describes a new cortico-thalamic pathway.

Next year, back with you again! Report on the KOKI Hungarian Science Celebration event

Sometimes, despite our best efforts, an event or celebration doesn't turn out the way we want it to. Fortunately, this year's Science Festival was a great success.

6th Hungarian Neuroscience Doctoral Conference

Dear young students and scientists,

We are excited about welcoming you to the sixth Hungarian Neuroscience Doctoral Conference, which will be held on the 31st of January at ELKH TTK Research Centre for Natural Sciences, Budapest.

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