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University of Szeged Albert Szent-Györgyi Medical School

Institute of Surgical Research

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Topics for Student Scientific Circle in the Institute of Surgical Research


2021/2022 topics


Tutor(s) Topics
Prof. Dr. habil. Mihály Boros, M.D., Ph.D., D.Sc., Head of Department; Dr. Marietta Zita Poles, Ph.D., research fellow Pathomechanism of the small bowel ischemia-reperfusion. In vivo examinations with confocal laser scanning endomicroscopy.
Prof. Dr. habil. Mihály Boros, M.D., Ph.D., D.Sc., Head of Department Biological activity of phospholipids and phospholipid precursors in inflammatory diseases.
Prof. Dr. habil. Mihály Boros, M.D., Ph.D., D.Sc., Head of Department; Dr. Gabriella Varga, Ph.D., assistant professor, Dr. Dániel Érces, Ph.D., assistant professor Protective effects of biological gases in circulatory disorders.
Prof. Dr. habil. Mihály Boros, M.D., Ph.D., D.Sc., Head of Department Acting mechanism and interplay of biologically active gases in sterile inflammation and in vitro systems.
Dr. habil. József Kaszaki, Ph.D., associate professor, Dr. habil. Andrea Szabó Ph.D., associate professor, Dr. László Juhász, Ph.D., research fellow, Dr. Szabolcs Péter Tallósy, Ph.D., assistant lecturer Therapeutic possibilities of the microcirculatory and mitochondrial dysfunction in septic condition.
Dr. László Juhász, Ph.D., research fellow Assessment of mitochondrial function in local and systemic inflammatory diseases.
Prof. Dr. habil. Mihály Boros, M.D., Ph.D., D.Sc., Head of Department, Dr. László Juhász, Ph.D., research fellow Assessment of mitochondrial function of the enteral mucosa in physiological and pathophysiological states.
Dr. habil. Andrea Szabó, M.D., Ph.D., associate professor, Dr. Marietta Zita Poles, Ph.D., research fellow Assessment and modulation of the biochemical and microcirculatory consequences of urogenital diseases.
Dr. habil. Andrea Szabó, M.D., Ph.D., associate professor, Dr. Marietta Zita Poles, Ph.D., research fellow Assessment and modulation of the injury of endothelial glycocalyx caused by circulatory disorders.
Prof. Dr. habil. Mihály Boros, M.D., Ph.D., D.Sc., Head of Department Non-bacterial methane production: molecular mechanism and significance in clinical diagnostics
Dr. Gabriella Varga, Ph.D., assistant professor, Dr. Dániel Érces, Ph.D., assistant professor Examination of the complications of extracorporeal circulation on a large animal model.
Dr. Gabriella Varga, Ph.D., assistant professor, Dr. Dániel Érces, Ph.D., assistant professor Non-invasive investigation of the lung and gastrointestinal microcirculation.
Dr. habil. József Kaszaki, Ph.D., associate professor, Dr. Szabolcs Péter Tallósy, Ph.D., assistant lecturer, Dr. László Juhász, Ph.D., research fellow The effect of neutrphil extracellular traping (NETosis) on mitochondrial function and organ damages in circulatory diseases.
Dr. habil. Andrea Szabó, M.D., Ph.D., associate professor, Dr. Marietta Zita Poles, Ph.D., research fellow State-of-the-art assessment methods for quantification of surgical skills.
Dr. Tamara Horváth, Ph.D., assistant research fellow Examination of the effects of preservation solutions on cold ischemic damage in ex vivo liver transplantation.
Dr. Marietta Zita Poles, Ph.D., research fellow; Dr. László Juhász, Ph.D., research fellow Changes in cerebral mitochondrial function in experimental sepsis.



2019/2020

  1. Pathomechanism of the small bowel ischemia-reperfusion. In vivo examinations with confocal laser scanning endomicroscopy.
    Tutors: Prof. habil. Mihály Boros, M.D., Ph.D., D.Sc., Head of Department, Dr. habil. József Kaszaki, Ph.D., associate professor

  2. Biological activity of phospholipids and phospholipid precursors in inflammatory diseases.
    Tutor: Prof. habil. Mihály Boros, M.D., Ph.D., D.Sc., Head of Department

  3. Protective effects of biological gases in circulatory disorders.
    Tutors: Prof. habil. Mihály Boros, M.D., Ph.D., D.Sc., Dr. habil. József Kaszaki, Ph.D., associate professor, Dr. Gabriella Varga, Ph.D., assistant professor, Dr. Dániel Érces, Ph.D., assistant professor

  4. Acting mechanism and interplay of biologically active gases in sterile inflammation and in vitro systems.
    Tutors: Dr. habil. Mihály Boros, M.D., Ph.D., D.Sc., Head of Department, Dr. habil. József Kaszaki, Ph.D., associate professor

  5. Therapeutic possibilities of the microcirculatory and mitochondrial dysfunction in septic condition.
    Tutors: Dr. habil. József Kaszaki, Ph.D., associate professor, Dr. László Juhász, Ph.D., assistant research fellow, Dr. Szabolcs Péter Tallósy, Ph.D., assistant research fellow

  6. Assessment of mitochondrial function in local and systemic inflammatory diseases.
    Tutor: Dr. habil. József Kaszaki, Ph.D., associate professor, Dr. Petra Hartmann, Ph.D., assistant professor

  7. Assessment of mitochondrial function of the enteral mucosa in physiological and pathophysiological states.
    Tutors: Dr. habil. Mihály Boros, M.D., Ph.D., D.Sc., Head of Department, Dr. László Juhász, Ph.D., assistant research fellow

  8. Assessment of the hemodynamic and biochemical consequences of partial aorta occlusion in experimental animal model.
    Tutors: Dr. Gabriella Varga Ph.D., assistant professor, Dr. Dániel Érces, Ph.D., assistant professor

  9. Assessment and modulation of the biochemical and microcirculatory consequences of urogenital diseases.
    Tutors: Dr. habil. Andrea Szabó, M.D., Ph.D., associate professor, Dr. Marietta Poles, Ph.D., assistant research fellow

  10. Assessment and modulation of the injury of endothelial glycocalyx caused by circulatory disorders.
    Tutors: Dr. habil. Andrea Szabó, M.D., Ph.D., associate professor, Dr. Marietta Poles, Ph.D., assistant research fellow

  11. Examination of the effects of low intensity laser light and shock wave therapies during regeneration processes.
    Tutors: Dr. habil. Andrea Szabó, M.D., Ph.D., associate professor, Dr. Marietta Poles, Ph.D., assistant research fellow

  12. Early non-invasive diagnosis of circulatory shock induced gastrointestinal circulatory disorders.
    Tutors: Dr. Gabriella Varga, Ph.D., assistant professor, Dr. Dániel Érces, Ph.D., assistant professor

  13. Investigation of the pathomechanism of arthritis and its therapeutic possibilities.
    Tutor: Dr. Petra Hartmann, Ph.D., assistant professor

  14. Non-bacterial methane production: molecular mechanism and significance in clinical diagnostics.
    Tutor: Prof. habil. Mihály Boros, M.D., Ph.D., D.Sc., Head of Department

  15. Examination of the complications of extracorporeal circulation on a large animal model.
    Tutors: Dr. Gabriella Varga, Ph.D., assistant professor, Dr. Dániel Érces, Ph.D., assistant professor

  16. Non-invasive investigation of the lung and gastrointestinal microcirculation.
    Tutors: Dr. Gabriella Varga, Ph.D., assistant professor, Dr. Dániel Érces, Ph.D., assistant professor

  17. The effect of NMDA receptor antagonists on mitochondrial function in circulatory diseases.
    Tutors: Dr. habil. József Kaszaki, Ph.D., associate professor, Dr. Szabolcs Péter Tallósy, Ph.D., assistant research fellow

  18. State-of-the-art assessment methods for quantification of surgical skills.
    Tutors: Dr. habil. Andrea Szabó, M.D., Ph.D., associate professor, Dr. Marietta Poles, Ph.D., assistant research fellow

  19. Examination of mitochondrial dysfunction in inflammatory bowel diseases.
    Tutor: Dr. Hartmann Petra, Ph.D., assistant professor

  20. Examination of the effects of preservation solutions on cold ischemic damage in ex vivo liver transplantation.
    Tutor: Dr. Hartmann Petra, Ph.D., assistant professor, Dr. Tamara Horváth, Ph.D., assistant research fellow