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Berekméri Eszter


Berekméri Eszter

Department of Zoology
Position: scientific associate
Institute for Biology
Position: scientific associate
(1) 478 4100 / 8769
Rotenbiller street 50. Ground floor, 14.


I am Dr. Eszter Berekméri, a research associate at the Department of Ecology. At the department, I teach and organize the subjects of Comparative Animal Organization and Human Biology for students studying the BSc in Biology, as well as I teach Programming (subject B). For Master’s degree participants, I hold a Regulation biology course and participate in the teaching of the 2nd subject of Microscopic photography. I am mainly interested in nervous system-sensory functions, and I deal with their modeling. In addition to my higher education duties, I also participate in the Hungarian and English university preparatory programs of ÁTE.


Main research areas:

Detection of Ca2+ signals induced by the purinergic signaling system in the supporting cells of the mouse inner ear

Discovery of evolutionary – ecological nervous system adaptations


Topic management:

Veterinary student: 6 graduated, 1 in progress


Optional thesis topics:

Modeling of Ca2+ signaling in inner ear supporting cells, revealing postnatal developmental changes.

Examination of the arrangement and tonotopy of Deiters cells in the inner ear.

Propagation of intracellular Ca2+ signals.



2020 – University of Veterinary Medicine, Department of Ecology, scientific associate

2018 – 2020 University of Veterinary Medicine, Department of Ecology, scientific assistant

2015 – 2018 Semmelweis University, Institute of Pharmacology and Pharmacotherapy


Professional association membership(s):

2015-2018 – Hungarian Pharmacological Society (Magyar Farmakológiai Társaság) 

2017- Hungarian Society of Neuroscience (Magyar Idegtudományi Társaság) 


Publication list:

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