The University of Surrey provides advanced training for early career researchers (ECRs). This is an excellent service – and it is for people just like me! And the team is lovely! The Researcher Development Programme offers various training opportunities that I find extremely useful for my future career. These interactive seminars and trainings have already … More Training opportunities at the University of Surrey
The acronym of my project is CHONDRION – Chondrocyte ion channel function and regulation in health and disease Osteoarthritis (OA) is one of the ten most disabling musculoskeletal conditions in developed countries. The main risk factors for OA are age, genetic predisposition, obesity and prior joint injuries. However, the specific cause of the disease probably … More What is my research about?
An exciting period in my career as a researcher – having been awarded a Marie Curie individual research fellowship, I have left my home department in Hungary (University of Debrecen) for the first time in my life, and moved to the UK. This is my first independent postdoctoral period at a foreign institution, the University … More Welcome to my blog