Imre Kalló, MD, PhD
Institute of Experimental Medicine of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest, Hungary
Senior Scientist of the Laboratory of Endocrine Neurobiology
Imre Kalló is a basic scientist focused on the neuroendocrine control of mammalian reproduction. He applies various neuroanatomical approaches for animal models, which exhibit a wide range of social systems including eusocial as well as solitary species. His research projects aim to characterise the cellular components of the hypothalamic neuronal circuitry regulating the hypophyseal-gonadal axis and/or establish neuronal links with stress and metabolic regulation. Imre Kalló's collaborative work combines the traditional light- and electron microscopic approaches with the latest imaging and molecular biological tools and published in leading journals of the field.
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