Institute for Translational Medicine

Thesis topics

  Thesis topics

 

Topics for student reseach (experimental) and thesis work (experimental and/or literature oriented)

 

 

The pathomechanism of chronic pancreatitis (experimental)

Tutor: Dr. Eszter Hegyi, senior lecturer

 

Epidemiology of Esophageal Cancers and Precancerous Lesions in Hungary (clinical)

Tutors: Dr. Bálint Erőss, assistant professor, Dr. Benedek Tinusz, Ph.D. student

 

Diabetes mellitus in cystic fibrosis (CFRD) (clinical)

Tutors: Dr. Andrea Párniczky, senior lecturer, Dr. Zsolt Szakács, Ph.D. student

 

Pathophysiological and clinical implications of celiac disease (gluten-sensitive enteropathy) (clinical)

Tutors: Dr. Zsolt Szakács, Ph.D. student, Dr. Judit Bajor, senior clinical doctor

 

Metabolic bone disease in celiac disease (clinical)

Tutors: Dr. Zsolt Szakács, Ph.D. student, Dr. Judit Bajor, senior clinical doctor

 

Relationship between the microbiological profile and clinical phenotype in cystic fibrosis (clinical)

Tutors:Dr. Zsolt Szakács, Ph.D. student, Dr. Andrea Párniczky, senior lecturer

 

Endocrinology of catechol-oestrogens (literature oriented)

Tutor: Dr. János Garai, associate professor

 

Inflammatory mechanisms in estrogen’s hormonal effect (literature oriented)

Tutor: Dr. János Garai, associate professor

 

Enzymatic activity of the macrophage migration inhibitory factor (MIF). (experimental & literature oriented)

Tutor: Dr. János Garai, associate professor

 

Xenoestrogens and other endocrine disruptors in select disease processes. (literature oriented)

Tutor: Dr. János Garai, associate professor

 

Clinical study of the efficacy of phytoestrogens in menopause. (clinical/experimental & literature oriented)

Tutors: Dr. János Garai, associate professor, Dr. József Bódis, full professor (Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology)

 

Inflammatory mediators in the pathomechanism of endometriosis (clinical/experimental & literature oriented)

Tutors: Dr. János Garai, associate professor, Dr. József Bódis, full professor (Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology)

 

Obesity: regulatory peptides in body weight regulation. (experimental/ literature oriented)

Tutor: Dr. Márta Balaskó, associate professor

 

The role of cholecystokinin (CCK) in the regulation of energy balance: studies on CCK antagonists. (experimental)

Tutors: Dr. Márta Balaskó, associate professor, Dr. Erika Pétervári, associate professor

 

 

Effects of cholecystokinin (CCK) receptors on energy balance: age- and body composition-associated alterations (experimental)

Tutors: Dr. Márta Balaskó, associate professor, Dr. Erika Pétervári, associate professor

 

The role of leptin in energy balance: age- and nutritional state-related alterations. (experimental)

Tutors: Dr. Márta Balaskó, associate professor, Dr. Erika Pétervári, associate professor

 

Effects of corticotrop releasing hormon (CRH) and urocortins on energy balance. (experimental)

Tutor: Dr. Márta Balaskó, associate professor

 

Contribution of the central corticotropin system to age- and nutritional state-related regulatory alterations of energy balance (experimental)

Tutor: Dr. Márta Balaskó, associate professor

 

The effects of physical activity (running wheel, treadmill) on the regulation of energy balance. (experimental)

Tutors: Dr. Márta Balaskó, associate professor, Dr. Erika Pétervári, associate professor

 

The role of central insulin effects in energy balance: age- and nutritional state-related alterations. (experimental)

Tutor: Dr. Szilvia Soós, senior lecturer

 

Senile sarcopenia: development and complications. (experimental/ literature oriented/clinical)

Tutor: Dr. Szilvia Soós, senior lecturer

 

Circadian changes in core temperature and spontaneous activity of rodents: age- and nutritional state-related alterations. Biotelemetric studies. (experimental)

Tutors: Dr. Margit Solymár, senior lecturer, Dr. Erika Pétervári, associate professor

 

Prevention and new therapeutic options for vascular dysfunctions induced by high fat diet and in type 1 and type 2 diabetes mellitus. (experimental)

Tutor: Dr. Margit Solymár, senior lecturer

 

Physiological and pathophysiological vasomotor functions of venous microvessels. Mechanisms activated by hemodynamic forces. (experimental)

Tutor: Dr. Margit Solymár, senior lecturer

 

Hypertension-induced abnormalities of arteriolar microvascular vasomotor functions. (experimental)

Tutor: Dr. Margit Solymár, senior lecturer

 

The vasomotor effects and mechanisms of craniocerebral bleeding. (literature oriented /experimental)

Tutor: Dr. Margit Solymár, senior lecturer

 

Investigation of the mechanisms of the thermoregulatory changes in systemic inflammation (experimental)

Tutors: Dr. András Garami, associate professor, Dr. Zoltán Rumbus, Ph.D. student

 

Investigation of the complex energy balance in capsaicin desensitized rats (experimental)

Tutor: Dr. András Garami, associate professor

 

The role of neuropeptides in the development of lipolysaccharide-induced fever (experimental)

Tutor: Dr. András Garami, associate professor

 

The role of transient receptor potential (TRP) ion channels in the regulation of complex energy balance (experimental)

Tutor: Dr. András Garami, associate professor

 

A hot topic for feverish student research: the (patho)physiology of TRPV1. (literature oriented/experimental)

Tutors: Dr. András Garami, associate professor, Dr. Margit Solymár, senior lecturer