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Szabolcs David

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Research interests

diffusion mri

About

Szabolcs David studied applied and medical physics at the Budapest University of Technology and Economics and finished his master thesis on cardiac gated diffusion weighted imaging in adults at the MR Research Centre (MRRC) of the Semmelweis University in 2012. After graduation, he continued his scientific activity part-time at MRRC giving general MR physics support to the local research group and started to work as a research scientist in a national pharmaceutical company’s preclinical imaging laboratory. In 2014, he started as a PhD candidate at the PROVIDI Lab, part of the Image Sciences Institute. Under the supervision of Dr Alexander Leemans, he focuses on improving the analysis of diffusion MRI data.

Co-authors (102)

  • Victor Andrei Bodiut
  • Hamed Mesri

Publications (5)

  • Central sensitization-related changes of effective and functional connectivity in the rat inflammatory trigeminal pain model

    • Spisák T
    • Pozsgay Z
    • Aranyi C
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  • Scopolamine provocation-based pharmacological MRI model for testing procognitive agents

    • Hegedűs N
    • Laszy J
    • Gyertyán I
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  • Ghrelin modulates the fMRI BOLD response of homeostatic and hedonic brain centers regulating energy balance in the rat

    • Sárvári M
    • Kocsis P
    • Deli L
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  • Vascular Action as the Primary Mechanism of Cognitive Effects of Cholinergic, CNS-Acting Drugs, a Rat phMRI BOLD Study

    • Kocsis P
    • Gyertyán I
    • Éles J
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  • Investigation of the oxidation process at the copper- solder interface with atomic force microscopy

    • Bonyar A
    • Hurtony T
    • David S
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Education

Universitair Medisch Centrum Utrecht