Institute for Translational Medicine

Student Researchers' Society Topics

Changes in the symptoms of obstructive lung diseases based on different nutritional states and levels of physical activity during the course of aging in men and women.

Supervisor: BALASKÓ, Márta, associate professor

The pathomechanism of chronic pancreatitis

Supervisor: HEGYI, Eszter, senior lecturer

Epidemiology of Esophageal Cancers and Precancerous Lesions in Hungary

Supervisor: ERŐSS, Bálint, assistant professor

Co-supervisor: Dr. TINUSZ, Benedek, Ph.D. student

Pathophysiological and clinical implications of celiac disease (gluten-sensitive enteropathy)

Supervisor: SZAKÁCS, Zsolt, Ph.D. student

Co-supervisor: Dr. BAJOR, Judit, senior clinical doctor

Metabolic bone disease in celiac disease

Supervisor: SZAKÁCS, Zsolt, Ph.D. student

Co-supervisor: Dr. BAJOR, Judit, senior clinical doctor

Effects of cholecystokinin (CCK) receptors on energy balance: age- and body composition-associated alterations

Supervisor: BALASKÓ, Márta, associate professor

Co-supervisor: Dr. PÉTERVÁRI, Erika, associate professor

Contribution of the central corticotropin system to age- and nutritional state-related regulatory alterations of energy balance

Supervisor: BALASKÓ, Márta, associate professor

Prevention and new therapeutic options for vascular dysfunctions induced by high fat diet and in type 1 and type 2 diabetes mellitus.

Supervisor: SOLYMÁR, Margit, senior lecturer

Investigation of the mechanisms of the thermoregulatory changes in systemic inflammation

Supervisor: GARAMI, András, associate professor

Co-supervisor: Dr. RUMBUS, Zoltán, Ph.D. student

Investigation of the complex energy balance in capsaicin desensitized rats

Supervisor: GARAMI, András, associate professor

The role of neuropeptides in the development of lipolysaccharide-induced fever.

Supervisor: GARAMI, András, associate professor

The role of transient receptor potential (TRP) ion channels in the regulation of complex energy balance.

Supervisor: GARAMI, András, associate professor