Other news - Tuesday, 26 January, 2021

Invitation to tomorrow’s zoom lecture, embedded in the ERASMUS International Lecture Series ‘Translational Neuroscience’

Dr. Dóra Zelena - University of Pécs, Hungary

Lecture title: Animal models of posttraumatic stress disorder

Dr. Eszter Mikó-Baráth - University of Pécs, Hungary

Lecture title: Screening of amblyopia with a mobile-based system

The next lecture of the ERASMUS International Lecture Series on “Translational Neuroscience” with the participation of UP MS (c.f. is held on Wednesday, 27 January 2021 , 17.00 - 18.30 PM

Dr. Dóra Zelena is a professor working as the head of the Laboratory of Behavioural and Stress Studies at the Department of Physiology, Medical School, Pécs University, Pécs, Hungary. She conducts basic research on laboratory rodents and obtained a PhD in Neuroscience. Her academic work focuses on the endocrine stress response. Later on she turned to examining the stress-related behavioural alteration and dealt with animal models of psychiatric disorders (e.g. anxiety, depression, posttraumatic stress disorders). She has widespread collaboration with several international laboratory from Slovakia, Russia, Germany, Croatia, Spain, France, India, where she spent several weeks expanding her knowledge. She was invited speaker on more than 30 international conferences and published more than 100 paper on several aspect of endocrine regulation and physiological and pathological behavioural alterations.

Dr. Eszter Mikó-Baráth is a senior lecturer and a member of the Human Electrophysiology and Infant Vision Laboratory at the University of Pécs, Medical School, Institute of Physiology. She has 16 years of experience in infant vision research, visual electrophysiology, visual psychophysics, and binocular vision. She received her Ph.D. in the measurement of the early development of binocular vision in preterm and full-term infants using cyclopean VEPs at the University of Pécs, Medical School, Hungary (2014). She is committed to infant and preschool vision screening.

Zoom access:

Meeting ID: 927 2503 3879
Password: 447369

Further zoom lectures on translational neuroscience will follow on 3rd and 10th February 2021(c.f. flyer in

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