Mr. Gábor Orbán

Title: Microelectrode array for simultaneous in vivo recordings and two-photon imaging


Gábor Orbán has an MSc degree in electrical engineering and he is a PhD student in the field of materials sciences and technologies. The main research fields of his are the development of polymer based biosensors and the development of novel measuring methods in the field of neuroscience. He is working on simultaneous electrophysiology and two-photon imaging in order to make the observation of the bioelectrical activity of the nervous system possible in a high temporal and spatial resolution at the same time. Gábor also perform an applied biomedical research in the field of dentistry. 

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