Department of Anatomy

Student Researchers' Society Topics

Age-dependent expression of neuropeptides in rats. Immunohistological studies

Supervisor: GASZNER, Balázs, associate professor

Co-supervisor: Dr. PÉTERVÁRI, Erika, senior lecturer

Antiproliferative effect of growth hormone-releasing hormone analogs

Supervisor: RÉKÁSI, Zoltán, associate professor

Borderline Anatomy

Supervisor: REGLŐDI, Dóra, full professor

Co-supervisor: Dr. FÜLÖP, Balázs Dániel, assistant professor

Comparative molecular mapping of the brain of PACAP KO and wild type mice

Supervisor: REGLŐDI, Dóra, full professor

Co-supervisor: Dr. GASZNER, Balázs, associate professor

Effect of PACAP on retinoblastoma cells

Supervisor: REGLŐDI, Dóra, full professor

Co-supervisor: Dr. FÁBIÁN, Eszter, senior lecturer

Effect of PACAP on tooth development

Supervisor: TAMÁS, Andrea, associate professor

Co-supervisor: Dr. SÁNDOR, Balázs, assistant professor

Effects of PACAP on intestinal cells

Supervisor: HORVÁTH-OPPER, Gabriella, senior lecturer

Co-supervisor: Dr. OPPER, Balázs, senior lecturer

Effects of perinatal toxin exposition on early neural and behavioural development.

Supervisor: FARKAS, József, assistant professor

Co-supervisor: Prof. Dr. REGLŐDI, Dóra, full professor

Electrophysiological investigation of retinoprotective drugs and effects in animal models

Supervisor: REGLŐDI, Dóra, full professor

Co-supervisor: Dr. DÁNYÁDI, Bese, resident doctor

Examination of functional and morphological differences between old PACAP KO and wild type mice

Supervisor: REGLŐDI, Dóra, full professor

Co-supervisor: Dr. JÜNGLING, Adél, assistant professor

Examination of molecular mechanisms involved in circadian clock resetting

Supervisor: NAGY, András Dávid, senior lecturer

Examination of neuroprotective effect of PACAP in animal models of Parkinson’s disease

Supervisor: TAMÁS, Andrea, associate professor

Co-supervisor: Dr. JÜNGLING, Adél, assistant professor

Examination of PACAP in the animal model of retinopathy of prematurity

Supervisor: REGLŐDI, Dóra, full professor

Co-supervisor: Prof. Dr. ERTL, Tibor, full professor

Examination of PACAP level in different clinical samples

Supervisor: TAMÁS, Andrea, associate professor

Co-supervisor: Prof. Dr. REGLŐDI, Dóra, full professor

Examination of retinoprotective effect of PACAP and other neuropeptides

Supervisor: REGLŐDI, Dóra, full professor

Co-supervisor: Dr. ATLASZ, Tamás, senior lecturer

Examination of the effects of environmental enrichment

Supervisor: KISS, Péter, associate professor

Co-supervisor: Dr. HORVÁTH, Gábor, resident

Examination of the protective effects of PACAP in diabetic models

Supervisor: REGLŐDI, Dóra, full professor

Experimental comparison of the effects of prehospital amputation tools.

Supervisor: FARKAS, József, assistant professor

Co-supervisor: Dr. KERESZTES, Dóra, assistant professor

PCR methods in neuroendocrine research: genotyping, detection of hormone receptor splice-variants with semiquantitative RT-PCR, neuropeptid mRNA-expression assays with RT-qPCR.

Supervisor: NAGY, András Dávid, senior lecturer

Role of endogenous and exogenous PACAP in the kidney during ischaemia-reperfusion

Supervisor: HORVÁTH-OPPER, Gabriella, senior lecturer

Co-supervisor: Dr. LÁSZLÓ, Eszter, absentee

Studies on the age dependency of stress adaptation response in rats.

Supervisor: GASZNER, Balázs, associate professor

Co-supervisor: Dr. KOVÁCS, László Ákos, assistant professor

Studies on the role of central projecting Edinger-Westphal nucleus in stress response and stress-related mood disorder models in rats. Lesion experiments and immunohistochemistry studies.

Supervisor: GASZNER, Balázs, associate professor

The effect of smoking and stress during pregnancy on the early neurobehavioral development of rat pups

Supervisor: KISS, Péter, associate professor

The presence and the function of PACAP in the human milk

Supervisor: TAMÁS, Andrea, associate professor

Co-supervisor: Dr. POLGÁR, Beáta, senior lecturer

The role of PACAP in the auditory system

Supervisor: TAMÁS, Andrea, associate professor

Co-supervisor: Dr. FÜLÖP, Balázs Dániel, assistant professor

The role of pituitary adenylate cyclase activating polypeptide (PACAP) in a hind limb ischaemic model (2 students)

Supervisor: TAMÁS, Andrea, associate professor

Co-supervisor: Dr. FÜLÖP, Balázs Dániel, assistant professor

The role of the circadian biological clock in cell cycle control: investigations on human proliferative skin diseases.

Supervisor: NAGY, András Dávid, senior lecturer

Co-supervisor: Dr. LENGYEL, Zsuzsanna, senior lecturer

Validation of the three hit theory of depression in rodents, using PACAP deficient mice. Behavioral and immunohistological studies.

Supervisor: GASZNER, Balázs, associate professor

Co-supervisor: Dr. GASZNER, Tamás, assistant professor