Tibor Valyi-Nagy, MD, PhD
Professor of Pathology, Director of Neuropathology
- MD, Medical University of Debrecen, Hungary
PhD, Hungarian Academy of Sciences
- Residency Training
- Anatomic Pathology and Neuropathology, Vanderbilt University School of Medicine, Nashville, Tennessee
Medical Microbiology, National Institute of Dermatology and Venereology, Budapest, Hungary
- Virology and Immunology, University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston, Texas
Neurovirology, The Wistar Institute, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
- Anatomic Pathology and Neuropathology, American Board of Pathology
Medical Microbiology, Hungarian Board of Medical Microbiology
- Clinical Focus
- Research Focus
- Pathogenesis of nervous system infections, herpes simplex virus pathogenesis
- Selected Recent Publications
Valyi-Nagy K, Dosa S, Kovacs SK, Bacsa S, Voros A, Shukla D, Folberg D, Valyi-Nagy T. Identification of virus resistant tumor cell subpopulations in three dimensional uveal melanoma cultures. Cancer Gene Therapy, 17:223-234, 2010.
Dosa S, Castellanos K, Bacsa S, Gagyi E, Kovacs SK, Valyi-Nagy K, Shukla D, Dermody TS, Valyi-Nagy T. Chronic progressive deficits in neuron size, density, and number in the trigeminal ganglia of mice latently infected with herpes simplex virus. Brain Pathology, 21:583-593, 2011.
Gagyi E, Kormos B, Castellanos KJ, Valyi-Nagy K, Korneff D, LoPresti P, Woltjer R, Valyi-Nagy T. Decreased oligodendrocyte nuclear diameter in Alzheimer’s disease and Lewy body dementia. Brain Pathology, 22:803-810, 2012.
Shukla ND, Tiwari V, Valyi-Nagy T. Nectin-1-specific entry of herpes simplex virus 1 is sufficient for infection of the cornea and viral spread to the trigeminal ganglia. Molecular Vision, 18:2711-2716, 2012.
Castellanos KJ, Gagyi E, Kormos B, Valyi-Nagy K, Voros A, Shukla D, Horvath S, Slavin KV, Valyi-Nagy T. Increased axonal expression of nectin-1 in multiple sclerosis plaques. Neurological Sciences, 34:465-469, 2013.