University of Manitoba, Canada
István Berczi was born in Békés, Hungary. He graduated in 1962 in Budapest as Doctor of Veterinary Medicine, and was than research fellow in the Veterinary Medical Research Institute of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences (1962-67). He moved to Montreal as post-doctoral fellow of Selye (1967-68). Obtained PhD in Immunology (1972) and since 1991 he is Professor of the Department of Immunology at the Faculty of Medicine, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Canada. His main research field is the connections between hormonal regulation and immune regulation. He published 191 papers and book chapters, 8 books; 75 abstracts. Many of his discoveries (antibodies against endotoxins, tumor infiltrating lymphocytes, drug-antibody conjugates, bromocryptine, glandular Kallikrein) gained clinical applications.
Abstract : Initial studies on Neuroimmune Biology