Dávid Mezey joined the Fitzpatrick Lab in August 2016 as a Post-Baccalaureate Research Experience (PRE) program fellow. Dávid’s research focuses on nonlinear dendritic integration and cell population activity in mouse and ferret visual cortex as revealed by 3D Acousto-optic 2-photon microscopy.
- Functional properties and organization of mammalian visual cortex
- 3D Acousto-optic 2-photon imaging, in vivo
- Complex network analysis and dynamics
- Research Fellow at IEM-HAS, Budapest, Hungary
- BSc. in Bionical Engineering, PPCU, Budapest, Hungary
- Szalay, G., Judák, L., Szadai, Z., Chiovini, B., Mezey, D., Pálfi, D., Madarász, M., Ócsai, K., Csikor, F., Veress, M , Maák, P., Katona, G. (2016) Fast three-dimensional two-photon scanning methods for studying neuronal physiology on cellular and network level. Orvosi Hetilap. 57(18):724.