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Zoltán Molnár

Neuroscientist , Anatomy educator

Zoltán Molnár, Hungarian neuroscientist, anatomy educator. Recipient Cortical Explorer prize Cajal Club of America Anatomical Society, 1999, Biennial Rolleston Memorial prize Oxford and Cambridge Universities, 1995; Medical Research Council fellow, 1994-1998, Chemical Industries Basel Foundation fellow University Queensland, 1995, University California, Davis, 1997. Co-secretary Oxford Hungarian Society, 1989.

Background

Molnár, Zoltán was born on August 20, 1964 in Nagykörös, Hungary. Arrived in England, 1988. Son of Elek and Julianna (Szabó) Molnár.

Education

Doctor of Medicine, Albert Szent-Györgyi Medical, Szeged, Hungary, 1988. Doctor of Philosophy, Oxford University, England, 1994. Master of Arts, Oxford University, England, 1995.

Career

Neurosurgical resident Albert Szent-Györgyi Medical School, Szeged, 1988. Soros-Has scholar Oxford University, Hertford College, 1988-1989. Wellcome trust research assistant University Laboratory of Physiology, Oxford, England, 1989-1992.

Junior research fellow Merton College Oxford and University Laboratory Physiology, Oxford University, 1992-1996. Postdoctoral fellow Institute Cellular Biology and Morphology, University Lausanne (Switzerland) Faculty Medicine, 1998-1999. University lecturer department human anatomy and genetics University Oxford, since 2000, tutor anatomy St. John's College, since 2000.

Chairman science forum undergraduate students, department physiology, Albert Szent-Györgyi Medical School, Szeged, 1986-1988. Visiting postdoctoral fellow Prefectural Medical School, Kyoto, Japan, 1992-1993. Junior dean Merton College, Oxford, 1994-1995, dean for graduation, St. John's College, Oxford, since 2001.

Visiting researcher Ecole Normale Supérieure, Paris, 2000, department Neuroscience University New Mexico Health Sciences Center, Albuquerque, 2001, Advanced Biotechnology Center, Genova, Italy, 2001.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Zoltán Molnár - Publications List

      (Zoltán Molnár - list of publications on publicationslist....)

    • Author: Development of Thalamocortical Connections, 1998. Editor: Humsirc Elective Programme Book, 1988.

Membership

Co-secretary Oxford Hungarian Society, 1989.

  • Honorary Treasurer of Oxford University Lawn Tennis Association (OULTA) , Oxford

    2013

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Tennis and History of Medical Sciences https://history.medsci.ox.ac.uk

Connections

Married Nadia Pollini, 1994. Children: Matyas, Thomas.

father:
Elek Molnár

mother:
Julianna (Szabó) Molnár

spouse:
Nadia Pollini

children:
Matyas Molnár

Thomas Molnár