Current thesis topic proposals of The Semmelweis University, Budapest
Current thesis topic proposals of The Semmelweis University, Budapest

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Zoltán KisDevelopment of detection and differential diagnostic of dangerous pathogens2018-06-30OKI
Zoltán KisComparative geno- and phenotypic analysis of hemorrhagic fever viruses using molecular and serological methods2018-06-30OKI
Donát AlpárHeterogeneity and evolution of hematopoietic malignancies2018-06-30SE
Judit BorbélyColor and appearance of dental ceramics2019-05-15SE
Edit BuzásInvestigation of extracellular vesicles2018-09-20SE
Edit CzeglédiPsychological and behavioural correlates and intervention possibilities of obesity2018-08-30SE
Orsolya DobayCarriage, virulence and antibiotic resistance of Gram-positive bacteria2018-06-30SE
Attila GulyásFunctional characterization of hippocampal inhibitory neurons with anatomical and physiological techniques2018-09-01SE
Balázs HangyaThe role of the basal forebrain in learning2018-10-01SE
Erik HrabovszkyAgeing-related changes of the hypothalamic neurocircuitry regulating human reproduction2018-09-01SE
Erik HrabovszkyInteraction between hypothalamic neuronal circuitries for reproduction and energy homeostasis in the human2018-09-01SE
Béla KocsisInvestigation of fluoroquinolone and polymyxin resistance mechanisms in Gram-negative bacteria2018-06-30SE
Gábor LotzEffect of Helicobacter pylori infection and other pathogenic agents on the pathogenesis of benign and malignant diseases of the stomach and other organs2018-08-31SE
Zsófia MaglóczkyMorphological and molecular biological changes in the human brain with neurological disorders2018-09-01SE
László NégyessyNeural basis of tactile object perception in the SI somatosensory cortex2018-09-01SE
Erzsébet PálfiDisease Specific Nutrition Therapy and Communication Method (Research in Clinical Dietetics)2018-06-30SE
Gergő SzandaInteractions between intracellular signalling pathways regulating energy metabolism2018-09-20SE
Ágota SzepesiClinicopathology and molecular basis of cutaneous lymphoproliferative disorders.2018-06-30SE
Gábor TuruBeta-arrestin dependent regulation of the G-protein-coupled receptor signaling2018-09-20SE
Barna VásárhelyiBiomarkers in inflammation2019-05-15SE
Katalin LumniczkyThe effect of ionizing radiation on the immune system and its role in the modulation of antitumor immune response2018-09-29OFJC
János SzabadicsAxonal signal processing2018-09-01SE DI

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