MSc/PhD Program
Gábor Nagy
First Name:
Gábor

Last Name:
Nagy

Country:
Hungary

 

 

 

 



Gábor Nagy

College / University:
1993 - 2000: Semmelweis University, Budapest, Hungary

Highest Degree:
2000 MD

Major Subjects:
Medicine

Lab Experience:
1995 - 2000: Research student at the Dept. of Physiology, Semmelweis University (group leader: Prof. András Spät, mentor: Dr. Ferenc Deák)
1998 - 1999: Research scholarship at the 1st Dept. of Physiology, University of Heidelberg, Germany (group leader: Prof. Ulrich Misgeld, mentor: Dr. Stefan Titz)

Projects / Research:
1995 - 2000: Epileptiform activity evoked by high extracellular K on hippocampal neuronal culture, Ca currents in hippocampal neurons, patch-clamp
1998 - 1999: Synaptic plasticity after epileptiform burst on midbrain neuronal culture, examining synaptically coupled neurons, patch-clamp

Scholarships:
1997 - 2000: Scholarship of the Hungarian Republic
2000: Erasmus scholarship at the Karolinska Institute, Stockholm, Sweden

Publications:
Deák F, Nagy G, Várnai P, Madarász E, Spät A (1998) Calcium current activated by potassium ions in voltage-clamped rat hippocampal pyramidal neurones. J Physiol (London) 508: 735-745

SCIENTIFIC INTERESTS AND GOALS:

Cellular electrophysiology, synaptic plasticity, epilepsy, combining electrophysiological techniques with other methods (e.g. molecular biology)