Liposits Zsolt

Liposits Zsolt, D.Sc. professor

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CURRICULUM VITAE

Name
Zsolt Liposits


EDUCATION/TRAINING
Albert Szent-Györgyi Medical University, Szeged

Name:
Zsolt Liposits


EDUCATION/TRAINING

Albert Szent-Györgyi Medical University, Szeged Habil 1995 Medicine
Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest DSc 1992 Neuroscience
Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest PhD 1988 Neuroscience
University Medical School, Pécs

 

CURRICULUM   VITAE

Name:

Zsolt Liposits

 

EDUCATION/TRAINING

Albert Szent-Györgyi   Medical University,    Szeged         Habil        1995    Medicine

Hungarian Academy of   Sciences,               Budapest      DSc          1992    Neuroscience

Hungarian Academy of   Sciences,               Budapest      PhD          1988    Neuroscience

University Medical School,                           Pécs             MD           1976    Medicine

 

RESEARCH AND PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Professional Experience:

1976-1984 Assistant Professor, Department of     Anatomy, University Medical School, Pécs, Hungary

1985-1987 Visiting Scientist, Department of Anatomy, University     Missouri-Columbia, Columbia, MO,       USA

1989 Adjunct Professor, Department of Anatomy, University Medical     School, Pécs, Hungary

1992 Associate Professor, Department of Anatomy, University Medical     School, Pécs, Hungary

1992-1993 Visiting Scientist, National Institute of Environmental Health     Sciences, NIH, Research Triangle Park, NC, USA

1993-1998 Professor and Chair, Department of Anatomy, Albert Szent-Györgyi     Medical University, Szeged, Hungary

1998-2001 Scientific Advisor, Semmelweis University, Budapest, Hungary

1998-2001 Department Head, Department of Neurobiology, Institute of Experimental     Medicine, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest, Hungary

2001-present Professor, Pázmány Péter Catholic University, Information     Technology Faculty, Department of Neuroscience, Budapest, Hungary

2002-2011 Deputy Director, Institute of Experimental Medicine, Hungarian     Academy of Sciences, Budapest, Hungary

2003-present Department Head, Department of Endocrine Neurobiology, Institute     of Experimental Medicine, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest,     Hungary

Awards and Prizes:

1991 Award by the Ministry of     Health for supporting young scientists

1997 Best Lecturer Award,     Albert  Szent-Györgyi Medical University, English Program

1997 Széchenyi Professorship

2005   Charles   Simonyi Professorship

2008   Academy Award

Editorial Board Membership of International Journals:

Major International   Research Grant Awards

1987-1989 Neuroendocrinology of     corticotropin releasing factor. NIH (NS 19266). (Jointly with W.K. Paull)

1987-1990 Central regulation of the     pituitary-adrenal axis. US-Hungary Cooperative Science Project. (NSF     8703030). (Jointly with W.K. Paull)

1988-1991 Combined light and     electron microscopic studies of the hypothalamic  and brain stem    neurons controlling ovulation. IBRO/MacArtur Foundation Network (Jointly     with Béla Flerkó)

2000-2003 Support for Centre of Excellence: Neuroscience     serving regional integration, higher education and welfare of     the society. ICAI-CT-2000-70004. EU Framework Programme 5.     Coordinator

2000-2003 Nuclear hormone receptor     co-regulators. QLG3-CT-2000-00844. EU Framework Programme 5. Participant.

2004-2008 Novel molecular drug     targets for obesity and type 2 diabetes. LSHM-CT-2003-503041. EU     Framework Programme 6. Participant.

2009-2013 The Integrated     Neurobiology of Food Intake, Addiction and Stress. FP7-KBBE-2009-3 245009     EU Framework Programme 7. Participant

Teaching experience:

1993-1998   Gross   anatomy, neuroanatomy, histology and embryology, lecturing in Hungarian   and English                                                          Albert Szent-Györgyi Medical University

1976-1993    University Medical School, Pécs,

1995-1998    Experimental and Clinical Neuroscience,   PhD program, program director, Albert Szent-    Györgyi Medical University,

2004-present  Neuroendocrinology,   Semmelweis  University, University   School of  PhD Studies, Szentágothai János  Neuroscience Program,

2002-present  Neurobiology, Pázmány Péter Catholic   University, Information Technology Faculty, lectures

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