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Andras Horvath

medical doctor, neuroscientist

"If you want go fast, go alone. If you want go far, go together."

I am a medical doctor being interested in the neural background of cognitive decline. I participate as a postdoc fellow in the National Brain Research Program Hungary and work as a teacher at Semmelweis University Department of Anatomy, Histology and Embriology.  My current research is focused on the identification of neurophysiological and sleep biomarkers for the early detection of dementia. I have a Master of Science in medicine and did my PhD at the Semmelweis University, János Szentágothai Doctor School of Neurosciences. In my PhD, I examined patients with Alzheimer’s-disease using long-term ambulatory electroencephalograpy and demonstrated high prevalence of epileptic activity and strong assocation between cognitive deterioration and epilepsy. When not in the lab, I travel, read and play basketball.

 

Resume

EDUCATION

Semmelweis University, Budapest, Hungary

PhD in neuroscience, summa cum laude, 2018

             

Semmelweis University, Budapest, Hungary

MD in Faculty of Medicine, summa cum laude, 2014


TEACHING AND RESEARCH EXPERIENCE

Semmelweis University, Budapest, Hungary

Anatomy Teaching Assistant, 2009-2014

Anatomy Teacher, 2014-

Graduate Research in general medicine, 2009-2014

Clinical studies and register management in neurofibromatosis

Motor control analysis using tremorometry in movement disorders

Fingertip support technique in ultramicrosurgery

               

Research Assistant at Department of Psychiatry and Psychotherapy, 2013-2014

Differentiation of mild cognitive impairment and dementia using structural MRI and high-density EEG

Effect of logic computer games on the long-term outcome of cognitive impairment


EidgenössischeTechnische Hochschule and University Zürich, TNU, Zurich, Switzerland

Research Assistant, 2013

High-density EEG and computational studies on error predicting neural mechanisms


Université Libre Brussels, Sleep Lab, Department of Psychiatry, Brussels, Belgium

Research Assistant, 2014

Effect of anxiety, depression, aging and gender differences on sleep structure: polysomnography study

               

Hospital Julio Matos, Neurophysiology Laboratory, Lisbon, Portugal

Research Assistant, 2017Neurophysiology of aging: spectral EEG changes

National Institute of Clinical Neurosciences, Department of Neurology, National Brain Research Program, Budapest, Hungary

PhD fellow- Research Assistant, 2014-2018

The neurophysiological examination of the common mechanism of epilepsy and Alzheimer’s Disease

               

Research Associate, 2018-

Development of complex neurophysiological and IT technologies for the early screening of dementia


NYU Langone Health Center, Neuroscience Institute, Buzsaki Lab, New York City, USA

 Visiting postdoc fellow, 2018



SKILLS/INTERESTS

Software: EEG analyzing and visualizing programs, SPSS, SPM, Microsoft Office, EndNote

Writing and reviewing: scientific grants, more than 25 publications, lector and editor by many  academic journals

Public talk: more than 100 academic, public and scientific lectures

Organizing competencies: 16th European Congress of Clinical Neurophysiology

Business competencies: Executive Director by Intellect General Partnership organizing medical seminars for companies and high schools 

Languages: Hungarian, English German 

Sports: professional basketball and chess player

Interest: classic painting and modern literature, traveling, social life, nature

 

Publications

1. Stefanics Gábor, Jakob Heinzle, András Horváth, Klaas Enno Stephan. Visual MMN and predictive coding: a computational single-trial ERP study. Journal of Neuroscience 2018; 38(18):4020-4030.


2. Zsuzsanna Fodor, Enikő Sirály, András Horváth, Pál Salacz, Zoltán Hidasi, Éva Csibri, Ádám Szabó, Gábor Csukly. Decreased beta oscillatory activity in the temporal lobe marks early cognitive decline: a case-control study with mild cognitive impairment subjects. Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease 2018; 63(2): 489-502.

3. András Horváth, Anna Szűcs, Gábor Barcs, Anita Kamondi. Prevalence, semiology and risk factors of epilepsy in Alzheimer’s disease: an ambulatory-EEG study. Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease 2018; 63(3):1045-1054.

4. Anna Szűcs, András Horváth, Andrea Kovács, Dániel Fabó, Péter Halász, Géza Szabó. A Review on the Pathomechanism of Interictal Psychiatry Comorbidities in Epilepsy. Journal of Neurology and Neurosciene 2018.

5. Szűcs Anna, Horváth András, Fabó Dániel, Barcs Gábor, Halász Péter. Pszichiátriai zavarok epilepsziában: klinikai jelenségek. Neuropsychopharmacologica Hungarica 2017; 19(3): 147-158.[HUN]

6. András Horváth, Anna Szűcs, Gábor Barcs, Dániel Fabó, Anna Kelemen, Péter Halász, Loránd Erőss, Anita Kamondi. Interictal epileptiform activity in the foramen ovale electrodes of a non-epileptic frontotemporal dementia patient. Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease Reports 2017; 1(1), 89-96.

7. András Horváth, Anna Szűcs, Gábor Csukly, Anna Sákovics, Gábor Stefanics, Anita Kamondi. EEG biomarkers of Alzheimer’s disease: a critical review. Frontiers in Bioscience 2018; 1(23), 183-220.

8. András Horváth, Anna Szűcs, Gábor Barcs, Anita Kamondi. Sleep EEG detects epileptiform activity in Alzheimer’s disease with high sensitivity. Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease 2017; 56(3), 1175-1183.

9. András Horváth, Anna Szűcs, Anita Kamondi. Risk factors of Alzheimer’s disease: depression in the crossfire. JSM Anxiety and Depression 2016; 1(2), 1000-1009.

10. Gábor Csukly, Enikő Sirály, Zsuzsanna Fodor, András Horváth, Pál Salacz, Zoltán Hidasi, Éva Csibri, Gábor Rudas, Ádám Szabó. The differentiation of amnestic type MCI from non-amnestic types by structural MRI. Frontiers in Aging Neuroscience 2016; 8(2).


11. András Horváth, Xavier Montana, Jean-Pol Lanquart, Mathilde Flamand, Anna Szűcs, Paul Linkowski, Gwenolé Loas. Effects of state and trait anxiety on sleepstructure: a  large-sampled polysomnographic study. Psychiatry Research 2016; 244, 279-283.

12. András Horváth, Anna Szűcs, Gábor Barcs, Anita Kamondi. The value of long-term EEG in the diagnosis of epilepsy in Alzheimer’s disease.  Journal of Neurology and Stroke 2016; 4(2), 00125.

13. András Horváth, Anikó Papp, Anna Szűcs. Progress in elucidating the pathophysiological basis of NREM parasomnias: not yet informing therapeutic strategies. Nature and Science of Sleep 2016; 8, 73-79.

14. András Horváth, Anna Szűcs, Gábor Barcs, Jeffrey L. Noebels, Anita Kamondi. Epileptic seizures in Alzheimer’s disease: a review. Alzheimer Disease & Associated Disorders 2016; 30(2), 186-192.

15. Szokolai Viola, Dr. Varga Nóra, Kerekes Éva, Harsányi Gergely, Dr. Elbert Gábor, Dr. Horváth András, Bach Rezső, Dr. Nagy Zsolt B. A prenatális genetikai diagnosztika lehetősége neurofibromatózisban. Egészség Akadémia 2015; 6(2), 119-125.[HUN]

16. Horváth András, Szűcs Anna, Xavier Montana, Jean-Pol Lanquart, Philippe Hubain, Mathilde Flamand, Paul Linkowski, Gwenolé Loas. Egyéni különbségek az alvási makrostruktúrában: a szorongás, a depresszió, az öregedés és a nem hatása. Neuropsychopharmacologia Hungarica 2015; 17(3), 146-156.[HUN]

17. Anna Szűcs, András Horváth, Péter Várallyay, Eszter Turányi, Éva Osztie, Attila Bagó, Anita Kamondi, Péter Banczerowski. Spinal cord herniation:  why anterior thoracic? Journal of Neurology and Neuroscience 2015.

18. Anna Szűcs, András Horváth, György Rásonyi, Dániel Fabó,Géza Szabó, Anita Kamondi. Ictal analgesia in temporal lobe epilepsy - The mechanism of seizure-related burns. Medical Hypothesis 2015; 85(2), 173-177.

19. Barcs Gábor, Horváth András, Szűcs Anna, Kamondi Anita. Lacosamid hatékonyság a gyógyszeres kezelési előzmények tükrében. Ideggyógyászati Szemle 2015; 68(1-2), 23-29.[HUN]

20. Horváth András, Bach Rezső. A neurofibromatózis és a tanulási zavarok. Fejlesztő Pedagógia 2014; 25 (3), 43-46.[HUN]

21. Horváth András, dr. Farkas Viktor, dr. Langmár Zoltán, Bach Rezső,dr. Nagy Zsolt B. Nemzeti Neurofibromatózis Regiszter létrehozása és felhasználási területei. Ideggyógyászati Szemle 2014; 67(5-6), 187-192.[HUN]

22. András Horváth, István Valálik, András Csókay. Suture of Minimal-diameter Vessels Using Fingertip Support Technique. Journal of Hand and Microsurgery 2013; 5 (1), 44-45.

23. Horváth András, Pataki Gergely, Óvári Attila, Valálik István, Csókay András. Mikroér- és idegvarratok fogó ujjhegy megtámasztással. Magyar Traumatológia Ortopédia Kézsebészet Plasztikai Sebészet 2012; 55 (1-2), 73-76. [HUN]


24. Csókay András, Pataki Gergely, Óvári Attila, Valálik István, Papp Attila, Horváth András, Imreh Domonkos. Gyors bypass mint lehetőség az agyi vasculáris sebészetben. Vascularis Neurológia 2012; 4 (1), 3-5.[HUN]

 

Recent papers

Epileptiform EEG in Alzheimer's disease signals the presence of concomitant epilepsy

March, 2018

Visual mismatch responses reflect trial-wise precision-weighted prediction errors

April, 2018

The involvement of 
quantitative neurophysiological methods in the
diagnostic protocols of dementias has outmost
importance

January, 2018

 

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András Horváth
MD, PhD

National Institute of Clinical Neurosciences

57 Amerikai út

1145- Budapest

Hungary


 
 
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