Márk Molnár

Contacts

Phone: +36 1 382 6814
Institute: Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience and Psychology
Group: Experimental psychology Research Group
Office: D4.07A

Curriculum vitae

Personal:

Name:                         Márk Molnár, M.D., DSc

Date of birth:              August 19, 1949

Place of birth:             Pécs, Hungary

 

Current Institutional Affiliation:

Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience and Psychology, Research Centre of Natural Sciences, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest, Hungary

e-mail: molnar.mark@ttk.mta.hu

 

Education:

1967-1973      University Medical Schools of

Pécs and Debrecen, Hungary

1973:               Medical Doctor (MD) Diploma

 

Qualifications

1977    Board Certification in Neurology

1997    Certification in Electroencephalography

1998    Habilitation (Psychophysiology)

 

Research and Academic Positions:

1973-76          Department of Neurology, University Medical School, Pécs, Hungary

1976-               Institute for Psychology, Hungarian Academy of Sciences (HAS), Budapest

1991-               Head of the Research Group of Psychophysiology, Institute of

Cognitive Neuroscience and Psychology, HAS

2010-2012      Deputy Director, Institute for Cognitive Neuroscience and Psychology, HAS

2012-              Scientific Advisor, Head of the Research Group of Psychophysiology, ICNP, HAS

2016-            Emeritus prof., Institute for Cognitive Neuroscience and Psychology, Reserach Centre for Natural Sciences, HAS

Clinical Position: Head of the  Laboratory of Clinical Electroencephalography in the St. Rókus Hospital, Budapest (1988-2016)

University Position: Emeritus Professor, Institute of Psychology,  Eötvös Lóránd University, Budapest, Hungary

 

Publications   Number of publications: 91, H-index: 21, independent citations:1337

Cumulative impact factor: 132.17

Academic qualifications

        1989 PhD (medical sciences)

2001 DSc (medical sciences)

 Scholarship: 1999-2002 Széchenyi Professor Fellowship

 Honors and Awards

1973 Weszprémi Award for Research carried out as medical student

1980 Special Award for Young Scientists by the Hungarian Academy of Sciences

2000 Award for Medical Work of Excellence (St. Rókus Hospital)

2015 Pro Facultate award (ELTE)

2017 Pro Universitate award (ELTE)

 

Study trips: 1980-81, 1985 and 1989-91 Department of Neurology, Neurophysiology Section, Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, USA. Research topics: Ion-mechanisms of brain event- related potentials; electrophysiological analysis of the mechanisms of the effect of stressors by polygraphic methods; application of chaos-theory in the analysis of brain electrical activity (epilepsy, sleep disorders, event-related potentials)

 

Society Memberships: European Society of Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience (founding member), Hungarian Physiological Society (Member of Board of Delegates), Hungarian Society for Neuroscience, Hungarian Society of Clinical Neurophysiology, Hungarian Society of Psychology

 

Member of the Bolyai Fellowship Award Committee (Budapest); the Psychological Scientific Committee of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences

 

 

Educational activity

 

Courses taught: BA (psychophysiology), MA and PhD courses in the Institute of Psychology, Eötvös Lóránd University, Budapest

 

Research topics

Fields of Research:

Investigation of the mechanisms of sensory information processing by the analysis of the spontaneous and evoked electrical activity of the brain in healthy individuals, in normal aging,  and in various neuropsychiatric disorders (”minimal cognitive deficit”, early Alzheimer’s disease). Application of the mathematical tools of nonlinear dynamics and graph-theory to the analysis of the electroencephalogram and event-related potentials.

 

List of publications

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