Pharmacodynamics I.
New targets and mechanism in pharmacotherapy

PhD course
2017/2018 I. semester
Leaders: Dr. Zoltán Zádori – Professor Dr. Kornélia Tekes

Location: Issekutz Room, NET 4th floor
Time: Wednesdays 15 h
First lecture 13 September

09.13 15:00 -16:30 Immunosuppressants, helminths and microbiota transplantation – conventional and novel approaches to treat inflammatory bowel diseases Dr. Zoltán Zádori
09.20 15:00 -16:30 Pharmacological aspects of neurotransmission Dr. Júlia Timár
09.27 15:00 -16:30 Brain-gut axis, stress-related gastrointestinal disorders Prof. Klára Gyires

15:00 -16:30

16:45 -18:15

Spinal mechanism of hyperalgesia and allodynia

The contribution of peripheral opioid system to total analgesia

Dr. Kornél Király

Dr. Mahmoud Al-Khrasani

10.11 15:00 -16:30 Mechanism of tolerance and addiction Dr. Pál Riba

15:00 -16:30

16:45 -18:15

Influence of the transmission of prefrontal cortex – analysis of new potential targets

Neurodegenerative disorders – pathomechanism and therapy

Dr. László Köles

Dr. Erzsébet Kató

10.25 15:00 -16:30 New trends in the pharmacological treatment of schizophrenia Dr. László Hársing
11.01  All Saint’s Day 
11.08 15:00 -16:30 Traditional and new therapeutical approaches in the pharmacological treatment of mood disorders Dr. Júlia Timár
11.15 15:00 -16:30 New insights into the pathomechanism of neuropathic pain Dr. Mahmoud Al-Khrasani
11.22 15:00 -16:30 Investigating the patomechanism of sensorineural hearing losses and searching for new targets for drug therapy Dr. Tibor Zelles

15:00 -16:30

16:45 -18:15

New targets in the treatment of ischemic heart disease

Cardioprotective effect of antianginal agents

Dr. Zoltán Giricz

Prof. Péter Ferdinandy

12.06 15:00 -16:30 Prokinetics, fundus relaxants and modulators of visceral hypersensitivity – how to treat functional gastrointestinal disorders? Dr. Zoltán Zádori
12.13 15:00 Test exam