Nadasdy’s bio

Education/Training:

1983 – 1988     Eötvös Lóránd University Budapest

1988                MA/Psychology

1988 – 1991     Graduate Studies-I: Institute for Psychology, Div. of Human Electrophysiology, Budapest  (Thesis advisor: Magda Marton, Ph.D)

1992 – 1998     Graduate Studies-II: Rutgers University, Center for Molecular and Behavioral Neuroscience, Newark

(Thesis advisor: Gyorgy Buzsaki, M.D., Ph.D)

1999                Ph.D./Neuroscience

1999 – 2001     Postdoctoral studies-I: The Hebrew University, Interdisciplinary Center for Neural Computation and Dept. of Physiology, Jerusalem:

(Advisor: Prof. Moshe Abeles, M.D., Ph.D)

2001 – 2007     Postdoctoral studies-II: California Institute of Technology, Div. of Biology:

(Advisor: Prof. Richard Andersen, Ph.D)

2007 – 2009    Postdoctoral studies-III: California Institute of Technology, Div. of Biology:

(Advisor: Prof. Shinsuke Shimojo, Ph.D)

Positions:

1988 – 1991      Institute for Psychology: Div. of Human Electrophysiology, Budapest: Research Assistant

2007-2009       California Institute of Technology, Div. of Biology, Pasadena, CA: Associate Staff Scientist          

2009-2010       Neuroscience Institute, Scott & White Hospital, Texas A&M Health Science Center, Temple, TX: Research Scientist

2010-2013               Seton Brain & Spine Institute, Austin TX: Research Scientist

2010-               Adjunct Faculty at UT Austin, Department of Psychology

2013-               NeuroTexas Institute, St. David’s Healthcare, Austin TX: Principal Investigator

Honors:

1996                Solomon Graduate Research Award

1998                Lady Davis Postdoctoral Fellowship award

1999                Golda Meir Postdoctoral Fellowship award

Membership:

2006                Editorial board member of the journal “Brain Structure and Function” (Springer)

1992-               Member of Society for Neuroscience

2004-               Member of the Vision Sciences Society

2010-               Member of the American Epilepsy Society

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