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Why should a microscopist go to Siofok in May?

It is no longer cheap to attend a conference or symposium at home either, so no matter how inviting a big event is, if you have to choose for financial reasons, most people choose the one on their own research topic. Unless you are a microscopist. Even if not every year, then once in a while it is worth going to Siófok.

Balázs Göcz wins the 2023 MEAT Youth Prize

The importance of an award can be overestimated or underestimated, but if several people from the same group win awards, it cannot be a coincidence. This year, Balázs Göcz won the Hungarian Endocrinology and Metabolism Society's Youth Award as the first author of a PNAS article.

Proof of Concept ERC grant for Balázs Hangya

Balázs Hangya's concept proposing quantitative cognitive testing to improve the quality of life for Parkinson's disease patients wins an ERC grant.



Top places at the OTDK Medical and Health Sciences and Biology sections

Why is it important for a university student to do scientific research? For medical students, you can hope that it will be useful in the clinic. But research as an undergraduate can be of great benefit not only there, but elsewhere too.

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.


The P2X7 receptors and the growth of pyramidal neurons in the hippocampus

The discovery of Beáta Sperlágh's group may be key to understanding the mechanisms underlying critical periods of normal brain development. The study was published in The Journal of Neuroscience.

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