Conference Talks

Immuno-inflammatory Diseases

Edit Buzás, HCEMM-SU Extracellular Vesicles Research Group

  • Edit Buzás: Overview and Background on Extracellular vesicles.
    2nd Lugano Exo Day, Lugano, Switzerland, apr. 2022.
  • Edit Buzás: Paradigm shifts in extracellular vesicle biology.
    CNR-EV-NET first workshop, Rome, Italy, apr. 2022.
  • Edit Buzás: Extracellular vesicle trafficking.
    About Frontiers in CardioVascular Biology (FCVB) , Budapest, Hungary, apr. 2022.
  • Edit Buzás: Extracellular vesicles: lessons in vitro, ex vivo and in vivo.
    ISCTICO-HUPHAR-IUPHAR international conference, Pécs, Hungary, okt. 2021.
  • Edit Buzás: Contamination of extracellular vesicle preparations or biomolecular corona around around extracellular vesicles?.
    1st Meeting of the Portugese Network on Extracellular Vesicles, Porto, Portugal, sep. 2021.
  • Edit Buzás: Interactions of the extracellular vesicle surface.
    2nd EVITA Symposium, Ciocco, Italy, sep. 2021.
  • Brachyahu Meir Kestecher: EV-LDL Association – Finding A Link to Atherosclerosis.
    HCEMM – PhD Symposium 2021, Siófok, Hungary, nov. 2021.

Prof. András Dinnyés, HCEMM-USZ StemCell Research Group

  • András Dinnyés: New approach methods (NAMs) for developmental neurotoxicology using human iPSC-derived 2D and 3D neuronal models.
    Webinar Series: “Advanced Organotypic Models for Toxicological Screening”, , apr. 2021.
  • András Dinnyés: Humán pluripotens őssejt technológiai platform a betegségmodellezés és a regenerációs medicina területén.
    Magyar Személyre Szabott Medicina Társaság XI. konferenciája, Mátrafüred, Hungary, aug. 2021.
  • Viktória Király: In vitro neurotoxicological studies using differentiated SH-SY5Y cells.
    HCEMM – PhD Symposium 2021, Siófok, Hungary, nov. 2021.

Balázs Enyedi, HCEMM-SU Inflammatory Signaling Research Group

  • Balázs Enyedi : Detecting extracellular gradients of inflammatory mediators with novel genetically encoded fluorescent biosensors. Straub days 2022, Szeged, Hungary, may. 2022.
  • Balázs Enyedi : The role of the nucleus in mediating tissue damage detection. ISCTICO-HUPHAR-IUPHAR-Joint-Conference, Pécs, Hungary, okt. 2021.
  • László Fazekas: Investigating tissue damage induced calcium signaling in zebrafish. HCEMM – PhD Symposium 2021, Siófok, Hungary, nov. 2021.
  • Szimonetta Tamás: Development of a genetically encoded LTB4 sensor. HCEMM – PhD Symposium 2021, Siófok, Hungary, nov. 2021.

Prof. Attila Gácser, HCEMM-USZ Fungal Pathogens Research Group

  • Attila Gácser: Candida albicans enhances the development and progression of oral squamous cell carcinoma in vitro and in vivo.
    FEBS 2022 Advanced Course, Molecular Mechanisms of Host-pathogen Interactions and Virulence in Human Fungal Pathogens, La Colle sur Loup, France, may. 2022.
  • Attila Gácser: Investigation of the interaction between Candida extracellular vesicles and oral squamous cell carcinoma cell lines.
    6th Central European Forum for Microbiology, CEFORM 2021, Kecskemét, Hungary, okt. 2021.
  • Éva Veres: Investigation of the interaction between Candida extracellular vesicles and oral squamous cell carcinoma cell lines.
    HCEMM – PhD Symposium 2021, Siófok, Hungary, nov. 2021.

Prof. Lajos Kemény, HCEMM-USZ Skin Research Group

  • Dr. Renáta Bozó: Stresszfehérjék vizsgálata a pikkelysömörös tünetmentes bőrben.
    93th Annual Meeting of the Hungarian Dermatological Society, , nov. 2020.
  • Dr. Renáta Bozó: Stresszfehérjék a pikkelysömörös tünetmentes bőrsejtekben.
    49th Annual Meeting of the Hungarian Society for Immunology, , okt. 2020.
  • Fanni Balogh: A bőr veleszületett immun memória folyamatainak vizsgálata keratinocitákban.
    93th Annual Meeting of the Hungarian Dermatological Society, , nov. 2020.
  • Dr. Judit Danis: Az IL-23A génexpresszió szabályozásának vizsgálata keratinocitákban.
    93th Annual Meeting of the Hungarian Dermatological Society, , nov. 2020.
  • Dr. Beáta Szilvia Bolla: A Cutibacterium acnes szerepének vizsgálata a sebgyógyulási folyamatokban in vitro modell rendszerekben.
    93th Annual Meeting of the Hungarian Dermatological Society, , nov. 2020.
  • Dr. Máté Manczinger: A mutációs szignatúrák hatása a tumorok immunogenitására.
    50th Annual Meeting of the Hungarian Society for Immunology, Kecskemét, Hungary, okt. 2021.
  • Prof. Dr. Lajos Kemény: Mesenchymal stromal cell therapy for psoriasis.
    50th Annual European Society for Dermatological Research Meeting (ESDR), , sep. 2021.
  • Prof. Dr. Zsuzsanna Bata-Csörgő: Drug induced urticaria and angioedema.
    30th EADV Congress, , sep. 2021.
  • Prof. Dr. Zsuzsanna Bata-Csörgő: A pikkelysömör immunológiája.
    49th Annual Meeting of the Hungarian Society for Immunology, , okt. 2020.

Bálint Kintses, HCEMM-BRC Translational Microbiology Research Group

József Maléth, HCEMM-USZ Molecular Gastroenterology Research Group

  • József Maléth: Serum and mucosal Serpin E1 concentration reflects to the endoscopic activity and therapy response in inflammatory bowel disease – potential new activity marker.
    Magyar Gasztroenterológiai Társaság 64. Nagygyűlése, Siófok, Hungary, jun. 2022.
  • József Maléth: Increased expression of Serpin E1, a potential new activity marker, reflects endoscopic activity and therapeutic non-response in inflammatory bowel disease.
    United European Gastroenterology Week 2021, Virtual, okt. 2021.
  • József Maléth: Characterizing 2D and 3D Organoid Cultures Derived from Mouse and Human Pancreas Specimens.
    HCEMM – PhD Symposium 2021, Siófok, Hungary, nov. 2021.
  • József Maléth: Polarity-changed human pancreatic epithelial organoids provide advanced accessibility to apical membrane physiology.
    MGT-Magyar Gasztroenterológiai Társaság 64. Nagygyűlése, Siófok, Hungary, jun. 2022.
  • József Maléth: CFTR activity is determined store-independently by SCPA2/STIM1/ORAI1 complex in secretory epithelial cells.
    MGT-Magyar Gasztroenterológiai Társaság 64. Nagygyűlése, Siófok, Hungary, jun. 2022.
  • József Maléth: CFTR activity is determined by the store-independent activation of SPCA2/STIM1/ORAI1 complex in secretory epithelial cells.
    European Pancreatic Club – The 53rd meeting of EPC, , jun. 2022.
  • József Maléth: Interplay of Orai1 Ca2+ channel and Cystic Fibrosis Transmembrane Conductance Regulator (CFTR) in epithelial physiology.
    52nd Annual Meeting of the American Pancreas Association, Miami, USA, nov. 2021.
  • József Maléth: Interplay of Orai1 Ca2+ channel and Cystic Fibrosis Transmembrane Conductance Regulator (CFTR) in epithelial physiology.
    29th United European Gastroenterology Week, , okt. 2021.
  • József Maléth: Interplay of Orai1 Ca2+ channel and Cystic Fibrosis Transmembrane Conductance Regulator (CFTR) in epithelial physiology.
    A Magyar Gasztroenerológiai Társaság 63. Nagygyűlése, , jun. 2021.
  • József Maléth: Interplay of Orai1 Ca2+ channel and Cystic Fibrosis Transmembrane Conductance Regulator (CFTR) in epithelial physiology.
    European Pancreatic Club – The 53rd meeting of EPC, , jun. 2021.
  • Viktória Szabó: Characterizing 2D and 3D Organoid Cultures Derived from Mouse and Human Pancreas Specimens.
    HCEMM – PhD Symposium 2021, Siófok, Hungary, nov. 2021.

Karolina Pircs, HCEMM-SU Neurobiology and Neurodegenerative Diseases Research Group

  • Lea Danics: RetaiN: Neuroimmunology and stress resistance _x000B_in human aging and neurodegeneration.
    HunDoc22, Budapest, Hungary, jan. 2022.
  • Lea Danics: RetaiN: Neuroimmunology and stress resistance _x000B_in human aging and neurodegeneration.
    HCEMM – PhD Symposium 2021, Siófok, Hungary, nov. 2021.
  • Karolina Pircs: .
    EHDN 2021 Remote Meeting, , sep. 2021.

Metabolic and Cardiovascular Diseases

László Csanády, HCEMM-SU Molecular Channelopathies Research Group

  • Márton Simon: Revealing the molecular pathophysiology of the cystic fibrosis causing mutation R117H.
    HCEMM – PhD Symposium 2021, Siófok, Hungary, nov. 2021.

Eszter Farkas, HCEMM- USZ Cerebral Blood Flow and Metabolism Research Group

  • Eszter Farkas: Autoregulatory failure contributes to hypoperfusion in response to spreading depolarization.
    Experimental Biology 2022, Philadelphia, USA, apr. 2022.
  • Eszter Farkas: Do microglia contribute to cerebral vasoregulation?.
    EMBO Workshop: Microglia 2021, Heidelberg, Germany, okt. 2021.
  • Anna Törteli: The role of spreading depolarization in the insufficiency of reperfusion after cerebrovascular occlusion.
    HCEMM – PhD Symposium 2021, Siófok, Hungary, nov. 2021.

Nazha Hamdani, HCEMM-SU Cardiovascular Comorbidities Research Group

Balázs Papp, HCEMM-BRC Metabolic Systems Biology Research Group

  • Eszter Ari: Timing of non-pharmaceutical interventions impacts transmission patterns across different waves of the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic: lessons from Hungary.
    HCEMM – PhD Symposium 2021, Siófok, Hungary, nov. 2021.
  • Eszter Ari: Methods to investigate the microbiome and understand the results.
    MGT Colon Section, Visegrád, Hungary, mar. 2020.
  • Ádám Györkei: Systematic study of Escherichia coli protein aggregation in vivo.
    Hungarian Society for Bioinformatics: Bioinformatics 2019 conference, Budapest, Hungary, nov. 2019.
  • Dorottya Kalapis: Unraveling the impact of compensatory evolution on metabolic divergence.
    ICSB2019, Okanawa, Japan, nov. 2019.
  • Károly Kovács: Compensated deleterious mutations as drivers of morphological evolution.
    23rd Evolutionary Biology Meeting at Marseilles, Marseille, France, sep. 2019.
  • Károly Kovács: Compensated Deleterious Mutations as Drivers of Morphological Evolution.
    Molecular Mechanisms in Evolution (GRS), Gordon Research Seminar, Easton, USA, jun. 2019.
  • Balázs Papp: Principles of metabolome conservation.
    EMBO Members Meeting 2021, Heidelberg, Germany, okt. 2021.
  • Balázs Papp: Principles of metabolome conservation in animals.
    Metabolic Pathway Analysis Conference, Knoxville, USA, aug. 2021.
  • Balázs Papp: Genomic epidemiology of coronavirus in Hungary.
    Epidemiology and modelling workshop, Kecskemét, Hungary, jul. 2021.
  • Balázs Papp: Evolutionary principles of antimicrobial peptide resistance.
    10th Annual Meeting of the Nordic EMBL Partnership for Molecular Medicine, , sep. 2020.
  • Balázs Papp: Evolution of the metabolome in yeasts.
    Hungarian Society for Bioinformatics: Bioinformatics 2019 conference, Budapest, Hungary, nov. 2019.
  • Balázs Papp: Impacts of Natural Selection on the Metabolome.
    Molecular Mechanisms in Evolution, Gordon Research Conference, Easton, USA, jun. 2019.
  • Zsuzsa Sarkadi: Compensatory Mutations Drive Morphological Evolution.
    SMBE 2019, Manchester, UK, jul. 2019.
  • Roland Tengölics: We bring metabolite levels closer to your research – Service and research at the metabolomics lab of BRC Szeged.
    HCEMM – PhD Symposium 2021, Siófok, Hungary, nov. 2021.

Zoltán Varga, HCEMM-SU Cardiometabolic Immunology Research Group

  • Dániel Kucsera: Investigating the efficacy of anti IL 1ß monoclonal antibody treatment in an aged mouse model of non alcoholic steatohepatitis.
    HCEMM – PhD Symposium 2021, Siófok, Hungary, nov. 2021.
  • Imre Vörös: Investigation of cardiotoxicity by dipeptidyl-peptidase-4 inhibitors in a human cardiomyocyte cell line as well as in samples from chronic heart failure patients.
    HCEMM – PhD Symposium 2021, Siófok, Hungary, nov. 2021.
  • Zsófia Onódi : Inflammaszóma aktiváció vizsgálata végstádiumú szívelégtelenségben.
    FAMÉ 2019, Budapest, Hungary, jun. 2019.
  • Zsófia Onódi : Inflammasome activation in end-stage heart failure.
    PhD Days 2019, Budapest, Hungary, apr. 2019.
  • Nabil V. Sayour: Novel druggable targets of heart failure with reduced ejection fraction identified by droplet digital PCR and validated by Next Generation Sequencing.
    HCEMM – PhD Symposium 2021, Siófok, Hungary, nov. 2021.
  • Nabil V. Sayour: Novel druggable targets of heart failure with reduced ejection fraction identified by droplet digital PCR and validated by Next Generation Sequencing.
    ISCTICO-HUPHAR-IUPHAR international conference, Pécs, Hungary, okt. 2021.
  • Tamás Gergely: Immune checkpoint inhibitor-induced cardiotoxicity is dependent on thymic immune response.
    2021 Congress of Hungarian Society of Cardiology, Balatonfüred, Hungary, okt. 2021.
  • Tamás Gergely: Immune checkpoint inhibition with PD-1 inhibitor induces cardiac dysfunction without overt myocarditis in C57BL/6 mice.
    HCEMM – PhD Symposium 2021, Siófok, Hungary, nov. 2021.
  • Zoltán Varga: AIM2-driven inflammasome activation in heart failure.
    ESC Frontiers in Cardiovascular Biomedicine conference, Budapest, Hungary, apr. 2022.
  • Zoltán Varga: New inflammatory mechanisms in chronic heart failure.
    ISCTICO-HUPHAR-IUPHAR international conference, Pécs, Hungary, okt. 2021.

Nikolett Wohner, HCEMM-SU Thrombosis and Hemostasis Research Group

Genomic Instability and Cancer

Antal Berényi, HCEMM-USZ Magnetotherapeutics Research Group

  • Antal Berenyi: Oscillotherapy – Closed-loop transcranial electric stimulation in epilepsy and PTSD.
    Society for Brain Mapping and Therapeutics Annual Meeting, Los Angeles, CA, USA, jul. 2021.
  • Lívia Barcsai: Electrotherapy of pathological anxiety: Modulating traumatic memories by the electrical stimulation of the brain Berényi.
    HCEMM – PhD Symposium 2021, Siófok, Hungary, nov. 2021.

Csaba Bödör, HCEMM – SU Molecular Oncohematology Research Group

  • Csaba Bödör: Molecular classification and monitoring in diffuse large B-cell lymphomas.
    Annual Meeting of the Hungarian Society for Hematology and Transfusion, Virtual, nov. 2021.
  • Lili Kotmayer: Germline GATA2 mutations in familial MDS/AML: a manually curated online registry from the ERAPERMED GATA2-HuMo international consortium.
    EWOG 9th International Symposium on MDS and SAA in Childhood, Athens, Greece, sep. 2021.
  • Ákos Nagy: Minimal invasive detection and monitoring of EZH2 mutations in follicular lymphoma.
    HCEMM – PhD Symposium 2021, Siófok, Hungary, nov. 2021.
  • Lili Kotmayer: Sensitive monitoring of therapy resistance n CLL treated with novel targeted therapies.
    HCEMM – PhD Symposium 2021, Siófok, Hungary, nov. 2021.
  • Csaba Bödör: Molecular pathogenesis and novel biomarkers in B-cell lymphomas.
    Scientific workshop: A celebration of Professor Laszlo Lajtha, Manchester, UK, okt. 2021.
  • Csaba Bödör: State of the art molecular characterization of tumours.
    Conference of the Hungarian Society for Personalised Medicine, Mátraháza, Hungary, aug. 2021.
  • Csaba Bödör: The Promise of Epigenetic Directed Therapies for the Treatment of B-Cell Malignancies.
    Annual Meeting of the European Hematology Association, Virtual, jun. 2021.

Lajos Haracska, HCEMM-BRC Mutagenesis and Carcinogenesis Research Group

  • Kata Dudás: The role of ZBTB1 at the stalled replication fork.
    HCEMM – PhD Symposium 2021, Siófok, Hungary, nov. 2021.
  • Nargis Karatayeva: Crosstalk between Fanconi anaemia and Rad18 DNA damage tolerance pathways.
    HCEMM – PhD Symposium 2021, Siófok, Hungary, nov. 2021.

Tibor Pankotai, Genome Integrity and DNA Repair Core Group

Infectious Diseases with special emphasis on Co-Morbidities

Christoph Sensen, Circulating Nucleic Acid Biomarker Research Group

Advances Core Facilities

Ferhan Ayaydin, HCEMM-USZ Functional Cell Biology and Immunology

  • Ferhan Ayaydin: Mobile biosensor development at the FCBI Advanced Core Facility.
    FEBS Practical Course, Functional imaging of cellular dynamics, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, jun. 2022.

Zsuzsanna Darula, HCEMM-BRC Single Cell Omics

  • Gyöngyi Cinege: Horizontally transferred genes are required for an effective innate immune response.
    Straub days 2022, Szeged, Hungary, may. 2022.
  • Gábor Balogh: Egysejt lipidomika.
    51. Membrán-transzport konferencia, Sümeg, Hungary, may. 2022.
  • Bartha Áron: Világossejtes veserák és normál vese transzkriptom és proteom szintű célzott elemzése. .
    XXXIV. MOT Kongresszus, Szeged, Hungary, nov. 2021.
  • Gábor Balogh: Development of a laser dissection-coupled quantitative microlipidomic method to resolve tumor heterogeneity. .
    International Conference on the Bioscience of Lipids , Utrecht, The Netherlands, okt. 2021.
  • Bartha Áron: Normál és világossejtes vesedaganat proteom és transzkriptom szintű célzott elemzése. .
    MOT Fiatal Onkológusok Szekciójának X. Konferenciája , Budapest, Hungary, sep. 2021.

Domokos Máthé, HCEMM-SU In Vivo Imaging

  • Domokos Máthé: Theranostics in Radiopharmacy: The basic research and translational perspectives gained from molecular imaging.
    International Postgraduate Conference on Radiopharmacy, Izmir, Turkey, jun. 2021.
  • Domokos Máthé : Immuno-imaging and Imaging of Fibrosis: Preparations for Post-COVID-19 Translational Results.
    Biomedical Applications in Translational Research, Karaikudi, India, may. 2020.
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