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Tamas Lakat, PhD


Tamas graduated in Biochemical Engineering from the Budapest University of Technology and Economics and received his PhD from Semmelweis University. As a postdoctoral fellow, his primary research revolves around investigating the pathology of hypoxic-ischemic renal injury. He aims to unravel molecular pathways and histological indicators to develop innovative treatments aimed at mitigating the impact of ischemia-reperfusion injury in the kidney following transplantation. Furthermore, his research extends to the pathology of perinatal asphyxia-induced renal injury, with a particular focus on identifying potential biomarkers conducive to early detection. With a wealth of experience in molecular techniques, histopathology, statistics, and animal handling, he brings a diverse skill set to his work.


Driven by a constant curiosity, Tamas enthusiastically approaches research, seeking innovative solutions and embracing challenges. His sense of critical thinking enables him to navigate complex scientific problems and make meaningful contributions to novel discoveries.

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