Research groups

In the 20 research groups of the institute 102 researcher, 39 PhD student and several student research assistants work
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Subcortical Modulation Group

VezetőViktor Varga
Subcortical Modulation

Molecular Cell Metabolism

VezetőBalázs Gereben
Molecular Cell Metabolism

Integrative Neuroendocrinology

VezetőCsaba Fekete
Integrative Neuroendocrinology

Biological Computation

VezetőBalázs Ujfalussy
Biological Computation

Thalamus Research

VezetőLászló Acsády
Laboratory of Thalamus Research

Neuronal Signaling

VezetőJudit Makara
Neuronal Signaling

Endocrine Neurobiology

VezetőZsolt Liposits
Endocrine Neurobiology

Reproductive Neurobiology

VezetőErik Hrabovszky
Laboratory of Reproductive Neurobiology

Neuroimmunology Lab

VezetőÁdám Dénes
Neuroimmunology

Cellular Neuropharmacology

VezetőJános Szabadics
Cellular Neuropharmacology

Cellular Neurophysiology

VezetőZoltán Nusser
Cellular Neurophysiology

3D Functional Network and Dendritic Imaging

VezetőBalázs Rózsa
3D Functional Network and Dendritic Imaging

Cerebral Cortex Research Group

VezetőGábor Nyíri
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Molecular Neuroendocrinology

VezetőKrisztina Kovács
Molecular Neuroendocrinology

Molecular Pharmacology Group

VezetőBeáta Sperlágh
Molecular Pharmacology

Translational Behavioural Neuroscience Research Group

VezetőÉva Mikics
Translational Behavioural Neuroscience Research Group

Molecular Neurobiology Laboratory

VezetőIstván Katona
The major objective of the group is to identify new signaling systems regulating synaptic transmission and its plasticity.

Network Neurophysiology Group

VezetőNorbert Hájos
Overall aim of our research team is to understand the logic underlying the circuit operation in neuronal networks. The importance of our research goals are highlighted by the observations that in many mental disorders neuronal networks malfunction as a result of aberrant operation of specific neuron types, restoring of which may reduce the devastating symptoms.

Neuronal Network and Behavior

VezetőFerenc Mátyás
We are driven to understand emotional brain circuits and their malfunctions.