Interview with judge Dr. Ágnes Frech
A protein discovered in connection with prostate cancer has a key role in the pathophysiology of coronavirus
A scientific summary was published by associates of the Urologic Clinic about uro-oncological aspects of coronavirus.
Two new types of neural cells, in connection with development of dementia, were separated by Hungarian researchers
Balázs Hangya and the research group Elan in the Research Institute for Medicine came to surprising results in connection with functioning of neural cells having key importance in attention, learning and vigilance. Their paper published recently may open new research directions in understanding and treatment of dementias, among them of Alzheimer disease.
Native experiences in the containment of the coronavirus pandemic through the eyes of an infectiologist
Interview with Dr. János Szlávik, leader of the Department Infectiology of the Centre Hospital Dél-Pest
Students of the Geopolitical Program of the Doctoral School Earth Sciences of the University of Pécs won first and second prize at the Conference on Digital Safety Policy on 25th May, which was also the finale of the connecting nationwide application. Márton El-Meouch Nedim and Henrietta Hegyi announced their application in an online presentation that could be followed in a life broadcast.
From possible vaccines against the coronavirus causing the present pandemic are ten already in the phase of human testation. The vaccine development has speeded up as never experienced until now. Which are the most concerning problems the researchers have to face and what can we just hope in? The questions will be answered by biostatistician Tamás Ferenci in his summary for mta.hu.
Representatives of the early Hungarian law enforcement science have mentioned repeatedly the role of police in restraining of threats caused by natural forces. They clearly point out that these forces are incontrollable and their rampage can be a serious danger to the statal and social estate even making the work of administrative bodies unserviceable.
Between 8th and 19th June takes place a free serial examination of the health care workers at the University of Szeged. In Hungary is this university the first one offering the opportunity of examination for about 4500 colleagues on a wide area and in organised fom, under consideration of social responsibility.
The National Virology Laboratory will be established with the leadership of the Szentágothai János Research Centre, University of Pécs. The new institution will be organized and lead by Professor Ferenc Jakab virologist.
The Pécs University (PTE) and CEBINA GmbH start a common project on vaccine development.