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Students’ Scientific Association

If you want to apply for the TDK membership at the Department of Surgical Research and Techniques Department you should take into consideration that
1. Who wants to join to a TDK team should contact the TDK director, Dr. Györgyi Szabó. You can do it personally or send an e-mail to
2. Please register for TDK in the Neptun also.
3. Our expectation is to take part in the TDK meeting at the beginning of each Semester where you should introduce your plans.
4. At the end of the 1st Semester we have again a TDK meeting where you are expected to present your half year work. Appearance in person is mandatory.
5. In the 2nd Semester (Spring Semester) the student should present his/her results in the TDK Conference. You cannot present your work in TDK Conference unless you are registered for at least 2 Semesters as TDK student. If you join to our Department in the 1st Semester (Autumn Semester) you should present the results of your research work at the end of the 2nd Semester.
6. Presentation is the basic requirement for the acceptance of the Semester and having signature.

Application form download: HERE

Prof. Dr. Wéber György

1. Evaluation of biological behaviour of intraperitoneal positioned, absorbable mesh in different thickness
2. Macroscopic, histological and molecular examination of adhesion formation following the application of absorbable NME surgical mesh with different thickness
3. Comparison of biocompatibility of polypropylene (PP) mesh and in different thickness NME covered PP mesh.
4. Comparison of biocompatibility of NME mesh (absorbable) and a silicone covered PP mesh (non-absorbable)
5. Comparison of biocompatibility of NME mesh and an other commercially available absorbable mesh (Surgisis)
6. Physiology and biomechanical investigations of abdominal wall
7. Evaluaton of intellectual skills of medical students
8. 3D in surgical teaching
9. Technical development in laparoscopic teaching
10. The evidence for clean hands
11. Develop and evaluate in animal hernia model a new absorbable mesh (NME) created by nanotechnology

Dr. Ferencz Andrea

1. Surgical scrubbing from Semmelweis to present (literature)
2. The surgical hemostasis milestones (literature)
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)

Dr. Szabó Györgyi and Dr. Gamal Eldin Mohamed

1. Intraabdominal adhesion prevention in an animal model
2. Adhéziót generáló tényezők vizsgálata, szövettani és molekuláris értékelés.
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)

Dr. Csukás Domokos
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.

Fehér Daniella

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

Dr. Juhos Krisztina
1. ClO2 and desinfection

2. The usage of the chlorine-dioxide (ClO2) and its’ additional utilization possibilities in medicine. (literature)
3. The role of the chlorine-dioxide (ClO2) in wound treatment. (experimental)
4. The effect of the chlorine-dioxide (ClO2) to the urothelium tissue and its’ usability in chronic cystitis. (experimental)
5. Comparison of the robotic- and the manual (open) surgery (experimental)
6. The evolution of the robotic surgery – summary of literature studies (literature)
7. Comparison of the difficulty of laparoscopic- and microsurgical technique (experimental)

Dr. Kovács Katalin
1. Laser Activated Photodynamic Treatment of Hyperplastic Everted Tonsilla

Olympics for Laparoscopic Skill 2014