Peter Csermely

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Peter Csermely is a Hungarian biochemist, and professor at Semmelweis University (Budapest, Hungary). His major fields of study are molecular chaperones and networks. His major fields of study are the adaptation and learning of complex networks. In 1995 Csermely launched a highly successful initiative, which provided research opportunities for more than 10,000 gifted high school students. In 2006 he established the Hungarian Talent Support Council. From 2009 the council built up a nationwide talent support network [1] involving more than 200,000 people by 2018. From 2012 he became the president of the European Council for High Ability [2]. From 2014 they started to establish a European Talent Support Network having now close to 300 cooperating organizations from 50 countries of Europe and from other continents [3].

(Budapest, 7 October 1958) is a Hungarian biochemist and professor at Semmelweis University (Budapest, Hungary). His major fields of study are the adaptation and learning of complex networks. In 1995 Csermely launched a highly successful initiative, which provided research opportunities for more than 10,000 gifted high school students. In 2006 he established the Hungarian Talent Support Council. From 2009 the council built up a nationwide talent support network [1] involving more than 200,000 people by 2018. From 2012 he became the president of the European Council for High Ability [2]. From 2014 they started to establish a European Talent Support Network having now close to 300 cooperating organizations from 50 countries of Europe and from other continents [3].

High Ability in Europe - European Council for High Ability [http://www.echa.info/high-ability-in-europe The Network offers a rich variety of cooperation for organizations active in gifted education and talent support having more than 300 participating organizations ... The European Talent Support Network has now close to 300 cooperating organizations from 39 countries total representing Europe and many other continents. Missing: 50 From Giftedness to Gifted Education: Reflecting Theory in Practice https://books.google.com/books?isbn=1618217089 Jonathan Plucker, ‎Ann Rinn, ‎Matthew Makel - 2017 - ‎Education This program was established by the Hungarian Talent Support Network ( Csermely, 2013) and selected 314 Hungarian Junior Templeton Fellows between ages 10–29 with ... By 2017, the Network had close to 300 cooperating organizations from 50 countries of Europe and other continents (http://etsn.eu/ map-of-etsn/).