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The Laboratory of 3D Functional Network and Dendritic Imaging is a multidisciplinary research team having laboratories at the IEM HAS Institute of Experimental Medicine of Hungarian Academy of Sciences  - classified as a Center of Excellence by the European Commission and Pazmany Peter Catholic University (PPCU). We believe research should be supported with continuous technological advances, that is why we closely cooperate with innovative companies.







Balázs Rózsa invited speaker at EUNOS Conference. Fast 3D Imaging of Neuronal and Dendritic spine assemblies in the visual cortex to understand neuronal computation in behaving animals.






       Balázs Rózsa invited speaker at Biophotonics Conference   OLS flyer   Web  Invited Speakers  Biophotonics Congress: Optics in the           Life Science  2-5 April 2017 San Diego, California USA.   

        Invited Speaker -  Balázs Rózsa, Institute of Experimental Medicine of the Hungarian Academy of Science, Hungary; Fast 3D imaging        of neuronal coding in spine, dendritic, and neuronal assemblies in the visual cortex of behaving animals





Publication!  It is very great that our paper was published and advertised on the front page of Neuron!

Fast 3D Imaging of Spine, Dendritic, and Neuronal Assemblies in Behaving Animals GergelyGergely Szalay, Linda Judák,Gergely Katona, Katalin Ócsai, Gábor Juhász, Máté Veress, Zoltán Szadai, András Fehér, Tamás Tompa,Balázs Chiovini, Pál Maák and Balázs Rózsa Neuron (2016)





The European Research Council (ERC) funds top researchers who engage in pioneering research, at the frontier of knowledge in their field.Congratulations to Balazs Rozsa Institute of Experimental Medicine of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences (Hungary) who received international scientific prize and award in 2015.
Project: Restoration of visual perception by artificial stimulation performed by 3D EAO microscopy (VISONby3DSTIM) Read all appearance in the hungarian media.






Acousto-optical Scanning-Based High-Speed 3D Two-Photon Imaging In Vivo, Balazs Rozsa, Gergely Szalay, Gergely Katona. In: Alon Korngreen (ed.) Advanced Patch-Clamp Analysis for Neuroscientists, Neuromethods, pp213-245







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