Dr. Attila Tóth, PhD
Teaching activity (in English)
- Methods in Neurophysiology P (eletvmhb17lm, MSc)
- Neuropeptides L (neupephb17em, BIO/07/44E; MSc, PhD)
Investigation of the brain systems that regulate sleep-wakefulness, with particular emphasis on the role of the dopaminergic system among the ascending activating systems. The mechanisms underlying the slow cortical rhythm, the cortical neuronal circuits that generate the rhythm and their function, and the relationship of the rhythm to sensory information processing and homeostatic sleep regulation. Investigation of sleep and EEG patterns in female rodents.