Physiological systems maintain homeostasis by the integration of wide ranges of endogenous and exogenous signals. The physiological set-points and the degree of the integration of input signals is possible to express as variability, entropy and predictability.
As physiologist, I'm interested in the integration of a timestamp by the cardiovascular system. For this purpose, I'm collecting in vivo physiological data with telemetry. For a better understanding of the integration of the input information, I'm doing in silico experiments (modeling) in collaborations with mathematicians.





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Title: Light at night increases blood pressure response to norepinephrine in hypertensive rats

Place: Vienna, Austria

Date: 2017

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Title: Shifts in the light-dark cycle increase unpredictability of the cardiovascular system

Journal: Autonomic Neuroscience

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Title: Stress, melatonin and circadian rhythms

Place: Komárno, Slovakia

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Title: Light at night differently affects blood pressure, temperature and activity rhythms in normotensive and hypertensive rats

Place: Reims, France

Date: 2017