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Students Scientific Work

Students Scientific Work
in the Department of Surgical Research and Techniques

The Department of Surgical Research and Techniques welcomes anyone who is interested in surgery from any of our TDK topics. Our topics include clinical work, which is carried out under the supervision of external departments in different hospitals in clinical conditions, and surgical research of the department.

Based on the decision of the TDT, from the academic year 2019/2020., the rules for joining the Students Scientific Association (TDK) have changed.

TDK registration process:

  • The student applies to the responsible for TDK corresponding to his / her intrests, who reports to the TDK office as a TDK student of the given institute.
  • Contact with the supervisor.
  • The student takes the TDK subject in the Neptun system.
  • To be a member of Semmelweis University Students’ Scientific Association while pursuing TDK work in a non-University institute, it is important for the student to submit an Announcement form filled at the start of every semester to the Council. (LINK) 
  • To participate in the Scientific Conference, you must have at least 2 semesters of active TDK student status.

Responsible for Students Scientific Work:

Krisztina Juhos MD.

Appication to the Dept. of Surgical Research and Techniques:

  1. During the application process, please send in email:
  • name of the student
  • year of education
  • chosen topic and supervisor
  1. Please register in the Neptune system.
  2. Reports semi-annually on its work during the previous semester and its plans for the following semester.
  3. After 2 semesters, he/she will have a chance to present his/her scientific work at the Student Scientific Conference.
  4. Those who do not keep in touch with their supervisor or the responsible for TDK and do not give a short report every six months on the work done, his/her semester will not be signed.

Conditions:

  • at least 4 successful completed semesters
  • prior consultation with the supervisor
  • Education average above 3.5
  • English and/or German language skills
  • become teaching assisstant in our department

Topics

Topics

 Andrea Ferencz MD, PhD.

  1. Surgical scrubbing from Semmelweis to present (literature)
  2. Application of in vivo phantoms to complex medical devices for preclinical evaluation.
  3. From theatrum anatomicum to operating theaters. The development of operating rooms (literature)
  4. What used to be sewn? And what suture materials we can use today? The history of surgical materials (literature)

Györgyi Szabó PhD. and Gamal Eldin Mohamed MD.

  1. Intraabdominal adhesion prevention in an animal model
  2. Histological and molecular evaluation of adhesion generation
  3. Multimodular analgesia (pre-empive, local infiltration)
  4. Animal experiments in the middle age (literature)
  5. Animal experiments in the 19-20th centuries (literature)
  6. Changing the ethical consideration of animal experiments (literature)
  7. Wound treatment methods in the history (literature)
  8. Wound treatment methods in different tribes in the world (literature)
  9. Intraabdominal adhesion prevention in an animal model (experimental)

Domokos Csukás DVM.

  1. Ex-vivo isolation and preliminary in vitro characterization of the PIM cells (pulmonary intravascular macrophages) in order to reveal their role in the CARPA reactions.
  2. Appearance of the PIM cells (pulmonary intravascular macrophages) in difference laboratory animal species and their histological characterization based on their role in the CARPA reactions.
  3. In vitro reactogenicity of the PIM cells (pulmonary intravascular macrophages) and their contribution in the CARPA reaction.

Daniella Fehér

  1. In vivo and in vitro studies of polymer-based scaffolds (PVA, PSI) with stem cell cultures. – experimental. Mechanical and biological evaluation of PVA meshes

Krisztina Juhos MD.

  1. 3D techniques in surgical training
  2. Comparison of the robotic- and the manual (open) surgery (experimental)
  3. The evolution of the robotic surgery – summary of literature studies (literature)
  4. Comparison of the difficulty of laparoscopic- and microsurgical technique (experimental)
  5. Possibilities of serious games in laparoscopic training

ABC Center of Intelligent Robotics – Óbuda University (Tamás Haidegger PhD, Dénes Nagy MD.)

  1. Recording and analysis of Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy
  2. Application of surgical process models in education
  3. Investigation of surgical manipulations using ontologies
  4. Recording and analysis of FLS motion patterns by da Vinci surgical robot
  5. The exact definition of surgery