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Prof. Dr. Balázs Gulyás

balazs.gulyas@ntu.edu.sg

Prof. Dr. Balázs Gulyás obtained his MD degree at Semmelweis University, Budapest, and, pursuing further undergraduate studies in physics and philosophy in Budapest, Cambridge and Leuven, he made his PhD in neuroscience at the Catholic University of Leuven, Belgium, followed by his postdoctoral studies at the Department of Clinical Neurophysiology of the Karolinska Institutet and at the Department of Experimental Psychology at the University of Oxford, UK. He is the director of the Cognitive Neuroimaging Centre (CoNiC) of NTU and is a member of, among others, the Academia Europaea, the Hungarian Academy of Sciences and the Royal Belgian Academy of Medical Sciences. Furthermore, he is a Honorary Professor at the Division of Brain Sciences, Department of Medicine, Imperial College London. Gulyás is Professor of Translational Neuroscience at the Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine, Nanyang Technological University (NTU), Singapore. Prior to this appointment in 2013, he spent most of his scientific career at the Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm, Sweden, where he is still a Professor in the Department for Psychiatry, Division of Clinical Neuroscience.


 

Selected Publications

Szigeti K, Hegedüs N, …, Gulyás B, et al. (2018). Thallium Labeled Citrate-Coated Prussian Blue Nanoparticles as Potential Imaging Agent. Contrast Media and Molecular Imaging. 2018(2023604).

Odano I, Varrone A, …, Gulyás B, et al. (2017). Simplified estimation of binding parameters based onimage-derived reference tissue models for dopamine transporter bindings innon-human primates using [18F]FE-PE2I and PET. American Journal of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging. 7(6):246-254.

Yang CT, Ghosh KK, …, Gulyás B. (2017). PET probes for imaging pancreatic islet cells. Clinical and Translational Imaging. 5(6):507-523.

Lim J, Chin R, …, Gulyás B, et al. (2017). Elucidation of shared and specific white matter findings underlying psychopathology clusters in schizophrenia. Asian Journal of Psychiatry. 30:144-151.

Narayanan K, Mishra S, …, Gulyás B, et al. (2017). Engineering Concepts in Stem Cell Research. Biotechnology Journal. 12(12).

Thiruppathi R, Mishra S, …, Gulyás B. (2017). Nanoparticle Functionalization and Its Potentials forMolecular Imaging. Advanced Science. 4(3):1600279.

Sikkandhar MG, Nedumaran AM, …, Gulyás B, et al. (2017). Theranostic Probes for Targeting TumorMicroenvironment: An Overview. International Journal of Molecular Science. 2017 May 11;18(5):E1036.

Sridhar S, Mishra S, …, Gulyás B (2017). An Overview of Multimodal Neuroimaging Using Nanoprobes. International Journal of Molecular Science. 18(2):311.

Kumar A, Narayanan K, …, Gulyás B. (2017). Current Perspective of Stem Cell Therapy in Neurodegenerativeand Metabolic Diseases. Molecular Neurobiology. 54(9):7276-96.

Yang CT, Padmanabhan P, & Gulyás B. (2016). Gadolinium (iii) based nanoparticles for T 1-weighted magnetic resonance imaging probes. RSC Advances. 65: 60945-66.