Nadasdy’s bio


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)


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


1996                Solomon Graduate Research Award

1998                Lady Davis Postdoctoral Fellowship award

1999                Golda Meir Postdoctoral Fellowship award


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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