Student research

Institute of Pathophysiology

Semmelweis University, Faculty of Medicine

Coordinator of student research

Dr Kökény Gábor

The process of application for Student Research Program in Pathophysiology is the following:

  1. you check the Institute's website or the Student Research Council's website for available research topics and tutors
  2. you contact the chosen tutor, to ask whether there are available spots in his/her group
  3. you contact Dr. Kökény for an applicaion form, where you should point your scientific project and your chosen tutor
  4. after this registration is completed, and the Institute accepts your application, you may register it in Neptun as well.
  5. To participate in our Student Research program you are usually required to spend at least one day per week in the laboratory of your chosen tutor.

Student research projects for the academic year 2012/13

  1. Role of glycocalyx on endothel permeability (László Rosivall)
  2. Impact of Vitamin A, D on endothel function under normoxaemic and hypoxaemic circumstances (László Rosivall)
  3. Signal transductions in endothel permeability under prorenin, renin and angiotensin I-IV treatment (László Rosivall)
  4. Regulation of microcirculation in the mouth under normal and pathological circumstances (László Rosivall)
  5. Facilitating factors in the recovery of bowel anastomosis (László Rosivall)
  6. Effects of chlorine dioxide on MRSA infection (László Rosivall)
  7. Role and regulation of epithelial mesenchymal transition during tissue fibrosis and tumor progression (Attila Sebe)
  8. Investigating renal miRNnome in a mouse model (Péter Hamar)
  9. Signaling role of renal oxidasese in ischemia-reperfusion injury (Péter Hamar)
  10. Renal transfection for gene-therapy in vivo (Péter Hamar)
  11. Investigating genetic susceptibility for podocyte damaging toxic nephropathy (Péter Hamar)
  12. Inhibition of pseudoallergy due to complement activation (János Szebeni)
  13. Role of relaxin in type-1 diabetes (Miklós Mózes)
  14. Role of TGF-ß in renal tubular cells under osmotic stress in vitro and in vivo (Miklós Mózes)
  15. Molecular pathomechanism of TGF-ß induced renal fibrosis in mice with different genetic background (Miklós Mózes)
  16. Role of genetic background on the pathomechanism of renal fibrosis (Gábor Kökény)
  17. Role of genetic background on the pathomechanism of myocardial fibrosis (Gábor Kökény)
  18. Therapeutic modification of cGMP levels in diabetic nephropathy using in vivo and in vitro models (Gábor Kökény)
  19. In vitro studies of diabetic podocyte injury (Gábor Kökény)
  20. Role of (pro)renin and the renin-angiotensin system on the progression of diabetic myocardial disease (Gábor Kökény)
  21. Functional changes of microvessels in hypertension (Ákos Koller)
  22. Opioid receptors in gynecological disorders (Miklós Molnár)
  23. Pathomechanism development of side effects in diabetes mellitus, and their therapeutic possibilities (Miklós Molnár)
  24. Disorders of Ca, P and bone metabolism in chronic kidney disease (István Mucsi)
  25. The role of Fibroblast growth factor-23 in chronic kidney disease (István Mucsi)
  26. Endocrine function of fat tissue in chronic kidney disease (István Mucsi)
  27. Assessing factors which influence clinical outcomes in patients with chronic kidney disease (István Mucsi)
  28. Mechanisms linking obstructive sleep apnea to increased cardiovascular risk (István Mucsi)
  29. Acute and chronic antibody mediated rejection in kidney transplant recipients (István Mucsi)
  30. Vascular effects of anti-HLA antibodies (István Mucsi)
  31. Factors associated with quality of life and outcomes of kidney transplant recipients (Zsolt Miklós Molnár)
  32. Factors associated with chronic allograft nephropathy (Zsolt Miklós Molnár)
  33. The role of serotonin in the regulation of renal function, renal fibrosis and the progression of chronic kidney disease (Gábor Szénási)
  34. The role of renal nerves in the regulation renal function and blood pressure (Gábor Szénási)
  35. Contribution of filtration through the fenestrated afferent arteriole to the whole kidney GFR (Gábor Szénási)

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