Ágnes spent 3 months in Birmingham, United Kingdom by Erasmus+ programme. She joint to the research group of Ferenc Müller she worked with Attila Sik as well. She analysed the the electrophysiological (ECG and EEG) responses of zebrafish embryos after various drug treatment. Using of her results the research group in UK applied for an official research project.
University of Birmingham
ECG measurement of zebrafish embryo by glass capillary
Ferenc Müller's lab
Lunch with a part of the group