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Dr. Zoltán GYÖNGYI (email@example.com), senior research fellow
Department of Public Health Medicine
Code of subject: OAF-BMS-T | 2 credit | General Medicine | Optional module | both semesters
24 lectures + 0 practices + 0 seminars = total of 24 hours
min. 3 – max. 30 person
Available as Campus course for 30 student(s). Campus-faculties: ÁOK
When biomarkers are mentioned, we think primarily of molecules, but the physical, physiological changes are also included. Their applicability is wide ranged. The risk of disease, its early warning, diagnostics, and tracking the success of therapy are also possible by biomarkers. Nutritional status, alcohol and drug use are also detectable with them. The measurement methods are ranged from simple to complex laboratory procedures. Volatile molecules belong to a special group of biomarkers. These can be detected by olfactory (human, animal or artificial nose) or biochemical techniques. The goal of this course is to familiarize students with biomarkers from simple everyday use to special, less known opportunities.
Slides on Neptun.
Maximum of 25 % absence allowed
There is a final test only on the last lecture. In case of absence, there can be a personal consultation.
Biomarkers of Environmental Harm
Biomarkers of Occupational Diseases
Biomarkers of Individual Susceptibility
Biomarkers of Physical Activity
Drug Use Biomarkers
Biomarkers of Genetic Diseases
Biomarkers of Infectious Diseases
Biomarkers of Cardiovascular Diseases
Volatile Molecules as Biomarkers
Validation of Biomarkers
Ethical Questions of Biomarkers