Lymphatic Physiology Research Group
The research group aims to define the spatial and temporal developmental program of the lymphatic system, characterize the organ-specific molecular mechanisms regulating lymphatic growth and reveal novel physiological and pathophysiological roles of the lymphatic system.
Members of the research group
Associate professor: Zoltán Jakus MD, PhD
Junior assistant professor: László Bálint (PhD degree in 2020)
PhD students: Carolin Christ, Dániel Szőke, Petra Aradi, Zsombor Ocskay, Kitti Szoták-Ajtay, Gábor Kovács, Éva Kemecsei (2020)
Research biologist: Valéria Németh
Research students: Tomer Zilberminz, Chen Yu Hua, Eyoom Epoh Manuela