Posters

Immuno-inflammatory Diseases

Edit Buzás, HCEMM-SU Extracellular Vesicles Research Group

  • Xabier Osteikoetxea: Engineered Cas9 extracellular vesicles as a novel gene editing tool.
    ISEV2022, Lyon, France, may. 2022.

Prof. András Dinnyés, HCEMM-USZ StemCell Research Group

  • András Dinnyés: Alzheimer disease modelling by hiPSC-derived neurons and microglia like cells.
    International Neuroscience Meeting, Budapest 2022 – IBRO Workshop, Budapest, Hungary, jan. 2022.
  • András Dinnyés: The impact of environmental exposures on the neuronal differentiation of pluripotent stem cells.
    International Neuroscience Meeting, Budapest 2022 – IBRO Workshop, Budapest, Hungary, jan. 2022.
  • András Dinnyés: In vitro neurotoxicological studies using hiPSCs and SH-SY5Y cells.
    International Neuroscience Meeting, Budapest 2022 – IBRO Workshop, Budapest, Hungary, jan. 2022.

Balázs Enyedi, HCEMM-SU Inflammatory Signaling Research Group

  • Balázs Enyedi : Paving the way for the live visualization of chemoattractant gradients – focusing on a novel LTB4 biosensor, GEM-LTB4.
    Chemotactic Cytokines Gordon Research Conference, Les Diablerets, Switzerland, jun. 2022.

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

  • Attila Gácser: Acquired triazole resistance influences virulence properties of C. auris microevolved strains in mouse systemic infection model.
    6th Central European Forum for Microbiology, CEFORM 2021, Kecskemét, Hungary, okt. 2021.
  • Attila Gácser: Investigation of the interaction of keratinocytes and Candida species.
    6th Central European Forum for Microbiology, CEFORM 2021, Kecskemét, Hungary, okt. 2021.
  • Attila Gácser: Characterization and functional analysis of the zinc homeostasis in the human fungal pathogen C. parapsilosis.
    6th Central European Forum for Microbiology, CEFORM 2021, Kecskemét, Hungary, okt. 2021.
  • Attila Gácser: The examination of interaction between Candida species and oral pathogenic bacteria on the level of extracellular vesicles.
    6th Central European Forum for Microbiology, CEFORM 2021, Kecskemét, Hungary, okt. 2021.
  • Attila Gácser: „Tréningelt” immunmemória vizsgálata HPV-KER humán keratinocita sejteken.
    Hungarian Society for Immunology 2021. meeting, Kecskemét, Hungary, okt. 2021.
  • Attila Gácser: Candida eredetű extracelluláris vezikulumok szájüregi laphámsejtes karcinóma sejtvonalakra gyakorolt hatásának vizsgálata.
    Hungarian Society for Immunology 2021. meeting, Kecskemét, Hungary, okt. 2021.
  • Attila Gácser: Effect of Candida-derived extracellular vesicular treatment on oral squamous cell carcinoma cell lines.
    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 of keratinocytes and Candida species.
    FEBS 2022 Advanced Course, Molecular Mechanisms of Host-pathogen Interactions and Virulence in Human Fungal Pathogens, La Colle sur Loup, France, may. 2022.

Prof. Lajos Kemény, HCEMM-USZ Skin Research Group

  • Dr. Beáta Szilvia Bolla: A Cutibacterium acnes hatásának vizsgálata a sebgyógyulási folyamatokra in vitro tenyésztett keratinocitákban.
    49th Annual Meeting of the Hungarian Society for Immunology, , okt. 2020.
  • Fanni Balogh: A veleszületett immunfolyamatok vizsgálata keratinocitákban.
    49th Annual Meeting of the Hungarian Society for Immunology, , okt. 2020.
  • Dr. Renáta Bozó: Cell stress-related protein expression is impaired in the uninvolved psoriatic skin.
    50th Annual ESDR Meeting, , sep. 2021.

Bálint Kintses, HCEMM-BRC Translational Microbiology Research Group

József Maléth, HCEMM-USZ Molecular Gastroenterology Research Group

  • József Maléth: Characterizing 2D and 3D organoid cultures derived from mouse and human pancreas specimens.
    53rd meeting of the European Pancreatic Club, Verona, Italy, jun. 2021.
  • József Maléth: The role of Orai1 Ca2+ channel in the pancreatic ductal epithel cells under    pathophysological condition.
    European Pancreatic Club – The 53rd meeting of EPC, , jun. 2021.
  • József Maléth: Change in the expression of SerpinE1, a potential new disease activity marker, reflects therapeutic response in inflammatory bowel disease.
    16th Congress of European Crohn’s and Colitis Organisation , Virtual, jul. 2021.
  • József Maléth: Disease modelling of Inflammatory Bowel Disease by human colon organoids.
    16. European Crohn’s and Colitis Organisation, , jul. 2021.
  • József Maléth: Investigating the role of Orai1 Ca2+ channel in the progression of chronic pancreatitis.
    UEG (United European Gastroenterology) Week, -, okt. 2021.
  • József Maléth: The role of Orai1 Ca2+ channel in the pancreatic ductal epithelial cells under pathophysological conditions.
    UEG (United European Gastroenterology) Week, , okt. 2021.
  • József Maléth: Characterizing 2D and 3D organoid cultures derived from mouse and human pancreatic specimens.
    APA (American Pancreatic Association) 2021 Annual Meeting, Eden Roc Miami Beach, USA, nov. 2021.
  • József Maléth: Determination of the cytokine pattern of human colon organoids derived from Inflammatory Bowel Disease patients.
    17. European Crohn’s and Colitis Organisation, , feb. 2022.
  • József Maléth: Serum and mucosal Serpin E1 concentration correlates with endoscopic activity in inflammatory bowel disease – potential new activity marker.
    17th Congress of European Crohn’s and Colitis Organisation , Virtual, feb. 2022.
  • József Maléth: Inhibition of Orai1 Ca2+ Channel has a protective role in the progression of chronic pancreatitis and rescues CFTR dysfunction in pancreatic ducts.
    European Cystic Fibrosis Society 17th ECFS Basic Science Conference, Albufeira, Portugal, mar. 2022.
  • József Maléth: Polarity-changed human pancreatic epithelial organoids provide advanced accessibility to apical membrane physiology.
    European Pancreatic Club – The 53rd meeting of EPC, , jun. 2022.
  • József Maléth: The inhibition of the mitochondrial Na+/Ca2+ exchanger prevents acinar cell damage in acute pancreatitis in mice.
    54nd Annual Meeting of EPC, , jun. 2022.

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

  • Lea Danics: RetaiN: Neuroimmunology and stress resistance _x000B_in human aging and neurodegeneration.
    IBRO22, Budapest, Hungary, jan. 2022.

Metabolic and Cardiovascular Diseases

László Csanády, HCEMM-SU Molecular Channelopathies Research Group

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

Nazha Hamdani, HCEMM-SU Cardiovascular Comorbidities Research Group

Balázs Papp, HCEMM-BRC Metabolic Systems Biology Research Group

  • Eszter Ari: Phylogenetic barriers to horizontal transfer of AMP resistance genes.
    Molecular Mechanisms in Evolution (GRS), Gordon Research Seminar, Easton, USA, jun. 2019.
  • Eszter Ari: Phylogenetic barriers to horizontal transfer of AMP resistance genes.
    Molecular Mechanisms in Evolution, Gordon Research Conference, Easton, USA, jun. 2019.
  • Ádám Györkei: Disorder and surface interactions determine bacterial protein aggregation propensity in vivo.
    2019 Colorado Protein Stability Conference, Colorado, USA, jul. 2019.
  • Roland Tengölics: Rapid Non‐targeted Metabolite Profiling of Yeast.
     ICYGMB2019, Gothenburg, Sweden, aug. 2019.
  • Zsuzsa Sarkadi: Compensatory Mutations Drive Morphological  Evolution.
     ICYGMB2019, Gothenburg, Sweden, aug. 2019.
  • Balázs Szappanos: The evolution of the yeast metabolome.
    Systems Genetics: From Genomes to Complex Traits, Heidelberg, Germany, sep. 2019.
  • Gábor Grézal: Widespread regulatory rewiring upon antibiotic resistance mutations shapes cross-resistance.
    Systems Genetics: From Genomes to Complex Traits, Heidelberg, Germany, sep. 2019.
  • Orsolya Liska: Principles of Metabolome Conservation in Mammals.
    Evolutionary Systems Biology 2020, Wellcome Genome Campus conference, Hinxton, UK, feb. 2020.
  • Balázs Papp: Principles of Metabolome Conservation in Mammals.
    Evolutionary Systems Biology 2020, Wellcome Genome Campus conference, Hinxton, UK, feb. 2020.
  • Zsuzsa Sarkadi: Deleterious mutations as drivers of morphological evolution.
    Molecular Mechanisms in Evolution and Ecology – Virtual, Heidelberg, Germany, sep. 2020.
  • Roland Tengölics: Accelerated metabolome evolution in Saccharomyces cerevisiae driven by gene content changes.
    Molecular Mechanisms in Evolution and Ecology – Virtual, Heidelberg, Germany, sep. 2020.
  • Balázs Szappanos: Underground Metabolism As a Rich Reservoir for Pathway Engineering.
    7th Conference on Constraint-Based Reconstruction and Analysis (COBRA 2021), , mar. 2021.
  • Orsolya Liska: Principles of Metabolome Conservation in Mammals.
    7th Conference on Constraint-Based Reconstruction and Analysis (COBRA 2021), , mar. 2021.

Zoltán Varga, HCEMM-SU Cardiometabolic Immunology Research Group

  • Zsófia Onódi : Inflammasome activation in end-stage heart failure.
    ESCWG, Naples, Italy, may. 2019.
  • Zsófia Onódi : Inflammasome activation in end-stage heart failure.
    EMBL Meeting 2019, Barcelona, Spain, sep. 2019.
  • Zsófia Onódi : Inflammasome activation in end-stage heart failure.
    SE Symposium 2019, Budapest, Hungary, nov. 2019.
  • Imre Vörös: Investigation of cardiotoxicity by dipeptidil-peptidase-4 inhibitors on a human cardiomyocyte cell line as well as on samples from chronic heart failure patients.
    SEMMELWEIS SYMPOSIUM 2019, Budapest, Hungary, nov. 2019.
  • Zsófia Onódi : NLRP3-INDEPENDENT INFLAMMASOME ACTIVATION IN HEART FAILURE.
    PhD Days 2020, Budapest, Hungary, aug. 2020.
  • Zsófia Onódi : Transcriptomic analysis and comparative characterization of rat H9C2, human AC16 and murine HL-1 cardiac cell lines.
    PhD Days 2021, Budapest, Hungary, jul. 2021.
  • Dániel Kucsera: Characterization of the CDAA Diet-Induced Non-alcoholic Steatohepatitis Model: Sex-specific differences in Inflamma􀆟on, Fibrosis, and Cholesterol Metabolism in Middle-Aged Mice.
    PhD napok 2021, Budapest, Hungary, jul. 2021.
  • Zsófia Onódi : Transcriptomic analysis and comparative characterization of rat H9C2, human AC16 and murine HL-1 cardiac cell lines.
    ISCTICO-HUPHAR-IUPHAR international conference, Pécs, Hungary, okt. 2021.
  • Dániel Kucsera: Investigating the efficacy of anti IL 1ß monoclonal antibody treatment in an aged mouse model of non alcoholic steatohepatitis.
    ISCTICO-HUPHAR-IUPHAR international conference, Pécs, Hungary, okt. 2021.
  • Imre Vörös: Investigation of cardiotoxicity by dipeptidyl-peptidase-4 inhibitors on a human cardiomyocyte cell line as well as on samples from chronic heart failure patients.
    ISCTICO-HUPHAR-IUPHAR international conference, Pécs, Hungary, okt. 2021.
  • Dániel Kucsera: Investigating the efficacy of anti IL 1ß monoclonal antibody treatment in an aged mouse model of non alcoholic steatohepatitis.
    EPHAR 2021, Prague, dec. 2021.
  • Imre Vörös: Investigation of cardiotoxicity by dipeptidyl-peptidase-4 inhibitors on a human cardiomyocyte cell line as well as on samples from chronic heart failure patients.
    EPHAR 2021, Prague, dec. 2021.
  • Tamás Gergely: Immune checkpoint inhibition with PD-1 inhibitor induces cardiac dysfunction without overt myocarditis in C57BL/6J mice.
    FCVB 2022, Budapest, Hungary, apr. 2022.
  • Zsófia Onódi : Transcriptomic analysis and comparative characterization of rat H9C2, human AC16 and murine HL-1 cardiac cell lines.
    FCVB2022, Budapest, Hungary, apr. 2022.
  • Nabil V. Sayour: Limb remote ischemic preconditioning in rats: discrepancy between meta-analysis and a three-centre in vivo study.
    Frontiers in Cardiovascular Biomedicine, Budapest, Hungary, apr. 2022.
  • Dániel Kucsera: Evaluation of the interplay between NASH and HFpEF in varied murine age groups.
    FCVB 2022, Budapest, Hungary, apr. 2022.
  • 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.
    FCVB 2022, Budapest, Hungary, apr. 2022.

Nikolett Wohner, HCEMM-SU Thrombosis and Hemostasis Research Group

Genomic Instability and Cancer

Antal Berényi, HCEMM-USZ Magnetotherapeutics Research Group

  • Lívia Barcsai: Controlling pathologic fear expression through closed-loop brain stimulation.
    IBRO Workshop, Budapest, Hungary, jan. 2022.
  • Andrea Pejin: Closed-loop stimulation of infralimbic cortex reduces anxiety and prevents fear generalization during memory consolidation and reconsolidation.
    IBRO Workshop, Budapest, Hungary, jan. 2022.
  • Tamás Földi: TERMINATING HUMAN EPILEPTIC SEIZURES BY CLOSED-LOOP TRANSCRANIAL BRAIN STIMULATION – A FIRST-IN-PATIENT STUDY.
    IBRO Workshop, Budapest, Hungary, jan. 2022.
  • Qun Li: Reinstating olfactory bulb derived limbic gamma oscillations alleviates depression.
    IBRO Workshop, Budapest, Hungary, jan. 2022.

Csaba Bödör, HCEMM – SU Molecular Oncohematology Research Group

  • Ákos Nagy: Non-Invasive Quantitative Analysis of EZH2 Mutations in Follicular Lymphoma.
    SOHO 2021 Annual Meeting, Houston, USA, sep. 2021.
  • Lili Kotmayer: Screening for BCL2 Mutations in a Real-World Cohort of Patients with Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia during Venetoclax Therapy.
    ESH 2nd Translational Research Conference on Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia, Paris, France, mar. 2022.

Lajos Haracska, HCEMM-BRC Mutagenesis and Carcinogenesis Research Group

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

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Advances Core Facilities

Ferhan Ayaydin, HCEMM-USZ Functional Cell Biology and Immunology

  • Ferhan Ayaydin: The Development of Imaging Setup for Whole Cell-Based Biosensor.
    FEBS Practical Course, Functional imaging of cellular dynamics, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, jun. 2022.

Zsuzsanna Darula, HCEMM-BRC Single Cell Omics

  • Áron Bartha: Normal and malignant kidney tissue distinction using proteome level and transcriptomic data. .
    Semmelweis Symposium, Best poster award, Budapest, Hunagry, nov. 2021.
  • Áron Bartha: Transcriptome and proteome-based study of malignant and healthy kidney tissues. .
    PhD Scientific Days 2021, Budapest, Hungary, jul. 2021.
  • Áron Bartha: A multi-omic approach to discriminate tumor and normal cells in renal clear cell carcinoma. .
    14th Annual Meeting of the Korean Society of Medical Oncology & 2021 International Conference – KSMO 2021, , sep. 2021.
  • Áron Bartha: Genes discriminating tumor and normal tissues using proteomic and transcriptomic data in renal cell carcinoma..
    European Association for Cancer Research AI in Cancer Diagnostics: from research to clinical practice, , okt. 2021.
  • Éva Klement: Ion mobility for in-depth proteomics of complex biological mixtures.
    Hungarian Molecular Life Science Conference , Eger, Hungary, nov. 2021.
  • Áron Bartha: Discriminating malignant and healthy kidney tissues using proteomic and transcriptomic data. .
    Hungarian Molecular Life Science Conference 2021, Eger, Hungary, nov. 2021.
  • Éva Klement: Quantitation using stable isotope labelled peptides to set up a diagnostic protein panel in the differentiation of renal carcinoma and normal kidney tissue.
    XIV Annual Congress of the European Proteomic Association, Leipzig, Germany, apr. 2022.
  • Ádám Pap: Analysis of urinary O-glycopeptides: Systematic evaluation of a dataset using different search engines.
    XIV Annual Congress of the European Proteomic Association, Leipzig, Germany, apr. 2022.
  • Éva Hunyadi-Gulyás: Proteomic analysis of Botrytis cinerea induced noble rot development of Furmint grape berries.
    XIV Annual Congress of the European Proteomic Association, Leipzig, Germany, apr. 2022.
  • Éva Klement: Quantitation using stable isotope labelled peptides to set up a diagnostic protein panel in the differentiation of renal carcinoma and normal kidney tissue.
    Straub days 2022, Szeged, Hungary, may. 2022.
  • Ádám Pap: Analysis of urinary O-glycopeptides: Systematic evaluation of a dataset using different search engines.
    Straub days 2022, Szeged, Hungary, may. 2022.
  • Éva Hunyadi-Gulyás: Proteomic analysis of Botrytis cinerea induced noble rot development of Furmint grape berries.
    Straub days 2022, Szeged, Hungary, may. 2022.
  • Vanda Varga-Zsíros: Investigation of tumor heterogeneity: a novel, laser microdissection-coupled lipidomic method.
    Straub days 2022, Szeged, Hungary, may. 2022.

Domokos Máthé, HCEMM-SU In Vivo Imaging

  • Domokos Máthé: Prognostic significance of FDG-PET derived conventional and textural parameters in high grade B cell lymphoma.
    European Association of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging Annual Congress, Barcelona, Spain, okt. 2021.
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