Curriculum vitae

Dr. Ujma Przemyslaw Péter

DOB 1988. 04. 11.



Assistant professor




PhD (Health Science) – 2016, Semmelweis University


Conference interpreter – 2012, Budapest University of Technology and Economics


Psychologist – 2011, Budapest University of Technology and Economics


Philologist in Human Behavior – 2009, Pázmány Péter Catholic University




Seminar tutor: Orvosi pszichológia (Hungarian medical program), Medical Psychology, Medical Communication (English medical program)


Course administrator, Zahnmedizinische Psychologie (German dental medicine program)


Other work:


Research fellow: National Institute of Clinical Neuroscience


Lecturer: Kodolányi János University College


Editor: Sleep Spindles & Cortical Up States (Akadémiai Kiadó)


Known foreign languages:


English, German, Italian


Research interests:


individual characteristics of the sleep EEG


sleep and cognition


sleep physiology


intelligence – nomology, psychometrics, epidemiology


International awards


European College of Neuropharmacology (ECNP) Seminar Award (2016)


Mensa Award for Excellence in Research (2015)



Selected publications


Pótári Adrián, Ujma Péter P, Konrad Boris N, Genzel Lisa, Simor Péter, Körmendi János, Gombos Ferenc, Steiger Axel, Dresler Martin, Bódizs Róbert. Age-related changes in sleep EEG are attenuated in highly intelligent individuals. NEUROIMAGE 2017 Feb 1;146:554-560


Ujma Péter P, Bódizs Róbert, Gombos Ferenc, Stintzing Johannes, Konrad Boris N, Genzel Lisa, Steiger Axel, Dresler Martin. Nap sleep spindle correlates of intelligence. SCIENTIFIC REPORTS 5: Paper 17159. 8 p. (2015)


Ujma Péter P, Konrad BN, Genzel L, Bleifuss A, Simor P, Potari A, Kormendi J, Gombos F, Steiger A, Bodizs R, Dresler M. Sleep spindles and intelligence: evidence for a sexual dimorphism. JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE 34:(49) pp. 16358-16368. (2014)


Simor Péter, Horváth Klára, Ujma Péter P, Gombos Ferenc, Bódizs Róbert. Fluctuations between sleep and wakefulness: Wake-like features indicated by increased EEG alpha power during different sleep stages in nightmare disorder. BIOLOGICAL PSYCHOLOGY 94:(3) pp. 592-600. (2013)