Tibor Bartha, DVM, PhD; ide jön az e-mail!


  • physiological role of tissue integrity and glial cells in the developing cerebellum
  • transcriptional and translational changes of different hormone receptors in response to their  different exogenous endocrine disruptors (EDs) in cerebellar cell cultures
  • effects of EDs on the developing nervous system
  • role of glial cells in relation to the above aspects



Education, scientific grade



Tibor Bartha



designing, implementing and evaluating experiments; statistical analysis

Gergely Jócsák

MSc biologist

electrophysiology, neurophysiology

electrophysiology, cell cultures, endocrine disruptors

István Tóth


neuromorphology, neurophysiology

light and electron microscope techniques, mitochondrial measurements, fractionation techniques

Attila Zsarnovszky


neuromorphology, neurophysiology

immunohistochemistry, electron microscope techniques, designing, implementing and evaluating experiments

Enikő Ioja

biotechnologist, PhD


cell cultures, molecular techniques

Gréta Goszleth

MSc expert in plant protection, laboratory technician


Western blot analysis, protein assays

Zsuzsanna, Kinálné Szikora

laboratory technician


DNA, RNA assays, PCR, cell cultures

Ildikó Horváth

laboratory technician


animal care


  • University of Leuven, Leuven, Belgium
  • University of Cincinnati College of Medicine, USA
  • University of Veterinary Medicine Hannover, Germany
  • Hohenheim University, Stuttgart, Germany
  • Eötvös Loránd University, Hungary
  • University of Kaposvár, Hungary
  • Purdue University, Indiana, USA


  • Somogyi V., Horváth TL., Tóth I., Bartha T., Frenyó VL., Kiss DS., Jócsák G., Kerti A., Naftolin F., Zsarnovszky A.: Bisphenol A influences oestrogen- and thyroid hormone-regulated thyroid hormone receptor expression in rat cerebellar cell culture, Acta Vet Hung, 64:497-513. (2016); IF: 0.871
  • Jócsák G., Kiss DS., Tóth I., Goszleth G., Bartha T., Frenyó LV., Horváth TL., Zsarnovszky A.: Comparison of Individual and Combined Effects of Four Endocrine Disruptors on Estrogen Receptor Beta Transcription in Cerebellar Cell Culture: The Modulatory Role of Estradiol and Triiodo-Thyronine, Int J Environ Res Public Health, 13(6). pii: E619. doi: 10.3390/ijerph13060619., (2016); IF: 2.035
  • Scalise TJ, Győrffy A, Tóth I, Kiss DS, Somogyi V, Goszleth G, Bartha T, Frenyó VL, Zsarnovszky A.: Ligand-induced changes in oestrogen and thyroid hormone receptor expression in the developing rat cerebellum: a comparative quantitative PCR and Western blot study. Acta Vet Hung, 60: 263-284. (2012); IF: 1.173
  • Scalise TJ, Somogyi V, Győrffy A, Kiss DS, Goszleth G, Bartha T, Frenyó VL, Zsarnovszky A.: Ligand-dependent changes in estrogen receptor- and thyroid hormone receptor expression in the developing rat cerebellum: A comparative Western blot and Q-PCR study. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 2011: 1. (2011).
  • Somogyi V, Győrffy A, Scalise TJ, Kiss DS, Goszleth G, Bartha T, Frenyó VL, Zsarnovszky A.: Endocrine factors in the hypothalamic regulation of food-intake in females: a review of the physiological roles and interactions of ghrelin, leptin, thyroid hormones, estrogen and insulin. Nutrition Research Reviews, 24: 132-154. (2011)
  • Somogyi V, Győrffy A, Horváth K, Kiss D, Zsarnovszky A, Frenyó VL, Bartha T.: Specificities of liver deiodination in chicken. Acta Physiologica Hungarica, 96: 126. (2009)
  • Győrffy A, Sayed-Ahmed A, Zsarnovszky A, Frenyó V L, Decuypere E, Bartha T.: Effects of energy restriction on thyroid hormone metabolism in chickens. Acta Vet Hung, 57: 319-330. (2009); IF: 0.642;