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BRAINCITY
From gene expression to behavior – a novel role of SRF protein controlling gene expression in the regulation of social behavior.
06
06.2022
From gene expression to behavior – a novel role of SRF protein controlling gene expression in the regulation of social behavior.

Doctor Matylda Roszkowska and Anna Krysiak, M.Sc. together with the research team working under the supervision of Professor Katarzyna Kalita showed a novel link between disturbances in the process of retrieving the information encoded in genes, and abnormal social behavior in the adulthood.   – Neurodevelopmental disorders such as Autism Spectrum Disorders, ADHD, or schizophrenia belong to the complex group of disorders
ICTER
How to assess if photoreceptors are functioning properly – Breakthrough technique for diagnosing eye diseases
25
05.2022
How to assess if photoreceptors are functioning properly – Breakthrough technique for diagnosing eye diseases

  Can non-functioning photoreceptors be detected like dead pixels on a camera sensor? Until now this has not been possible, but a new technique will allow fast and non-invasive assessment of the physiological state of the retina. This could be a real breakthrough in the treatment of eye diseases.   For a long time, electroretinography (ERG) was the only advanced method to assess the
ICCVS
CANVAS PROJECT TO FAST-TRACK RESEARCH ON IMMUNE THERAPY FOR NON-SMALL CELL LUNG CANCER
20
05.2022
CANVAS PROJECT TO FAST-TRACK RESEARCH ON IMMUNE THERAPY FOR NON-SMALL CELL LUNG CANCER

The main objective of CANVAS is to significantly raise the scientific potential and gain new research tools, which will contribute to the progress of research on the therapy of non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC) initiated by prof. Natalia Marek-Trzonkowska at ICCVS.  A vital part of the project is a joint pilot study, which will allow to select an optimal research model for the assessment of
BRAINCITY
Alleviating autism: one symptom at the time
04
05.2022
Alleviating autism: one symptom at the time

Doctor Alicja Puścian and the team conducting research under the supervision of Professor Ewelina Knapska at the BRAINCITY Center of Excellence for Neural Plasticity and Brain Disorders at the Nencki Institute of the Polish Academy of Sciences showed that experimental therapy targeted at the specific symptoms of autism is not only possible, but also effective. – Autism, or more
NOMATEN
Poland’s National Centre for Nuclear Research established research cooperation with Mercedes Benz
04
03.2022
Poland’s National Centre for Nuclear Research established research cooperation with Mercedes Benz

Mercedes Benz Manufacturing Poland has chosen the National Centre for Nuclear Research as a partner in materials research concerning the lifecycle of the tools for engine’s mechanical processing. The expertise will be run by the NOMATEN Centre of Excellence team based at the National Centre for Nuclear Research Warsaw capital city. The technological challenge that Mercedes Benz plant in Jawor faces is
ICCVS
Study of researches from UG, MUG and UM published in Nature Communications – cells share what they have the best
02
03.2022
Study of researches from UG, MUG and UM published in Nature Communications – cells share what they have the best

  The study conceptualization and coordination was performed by prof. Natalia Marek- Trzonkowska, director of ICCVS, UG. All described experiments have been conducted in Poland and were funded from Polish grants. The paper is a part of doctoral thesis of Karolina Piekarska MSc, whose PhD viva is planned soon.   Cell based immunotherapies can provide safe and effective treatment
European Funds - Smart Growth Republic of Poland European Union - European Regional Delepoment Fund

The International Research Agendas Programme, conducted by the Foundation for Polish Science is financed by the European fund within the Smart Growth Operational Programme 2014–2020, Measure 4.3. International Research Agendas.

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