CV – Kálmán Czeibert, DVM

Place & date of birth: Budapest, Hungary – 19. 10. 1984
Nationality: Hungarian
Education: veterinarian (DVM), researcher (PhD)

2013- 2016   PhD student, University of Veterinary Medicine, Department of Anatomy and Histology

2003-2008   Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Budapest

Languages skills: English, Latin

Degree: PhD (2020);
Title of the PhD thesis: Multimodal visualisation of the canine brain based on structural imaging, cryosectioning and 3-dimensional modelling

Professional experience and positions:
2016-             research assistant, ELTE TTK, Department of Ethology
2013-2016     lecturer, PhD student, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Department of Anatomy and Histology

2012-2013     research fellow, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Department of Anatomy and Histology
2008-2011    practicing veterinarian, Profivet Small Animal Surgical Center

Teaching experience:
2012-2016      Veterinary anatomy 1.; Veterinary anatomy 2.; Veterinary anatomy 3.; Anatomy of domestic birds; Development of the organs


5 most significant publications (within 5 years):
Czeibert, K., Baksa, G., Grimm, A., Nagy, Sz. A., Kubinyi, E., Petneházy, Ö.: MRI, CT and high resolution macro-anatomical images with cryosectioning of a Beagle brain: Creating the base of a multimodal imaging atlas, PLOS ONE, 14. e0213458, 2019.

Czeibert, K., Sommese, A., Petneházy, Ö., Csörgő, T., Kubinyi, E.: Digital endocasting in comparative canine brain morphology, Front. Vet. Sci. 7. 2020.

Czeibert, K., Andics, A., Petneházy, Ö., Kubinyi, E.: A detailed canine brain label map for neuroimaging analysis, Biol. Fut., 70. 112–20, 2019.

Szabó, D., Czeibert, K., Kettinger, Á., Gácsi, M., Andics, A., Miklósi, Á., Kubinyi, E.: Resting-state fMRI data of awake dogs (Canis familiaris) via group-level independent component analysis reveal multiple, spatially distributed resting-state networks, Sci. Rep., 9. 1–25, 2019.

Lehner, L., Czeibert, K., Benczik, J., Jakab, C., Nagy, G.: Transcallosal removal of a choroid plexus tumor from the lateral ventricle in a dog. Case report, Front. Vet. Sci. 7. 2020.