Grants

From Laboratory of Modeling in Biology and Medicine

Current
  • Non-standard parabolic problems in description of biological processes.
    National Science Center (NCN): OPUS 11 grant, 2017–2019.
    PI: Bogdan Kaźmierczak.
  • Blood clotting in contact with nanofibers.
    National Science Center (NCN): Sonata 10 grant, 2016–2019.
    PI: Paweł Nakielski.
  • Analysis of hydrodynamic interactions between single molecules using optical tweezers.
    National Science Center (NCN): Preludium 10 grant, 2016–2019.
    PI: Krzysztof Zembrzycki.
  • Multi-scale dynamics of signal transduction: dissecting the MAPK pathway.
    Wiener Wissenschafts-, Forschungs- und Technologiefonds (WWTF Austria) grant "Mathematics and..." , 2015–2018.
    co-PI: Tomasz Lipniacki.
  • Dynamics of STAT1, STAT3, and STAT5 phosphorylation in breast cancer cell lines: a systematic theoretical and experimental analysis.
    National Science Center (NCN): Opus 9 grant, 2016–2019.
    PI: Michał Komorowski.
  • Hydrogel noanofilaments for biomedical application.
    National Science Center (NCN): Preludium 9 grant, 2016–2018.
    PI: Sylwia Pawłowska.
  • Innate immune response to RSV infection, role of non-structural proteins. Experiments and modeling of signal transduction and among cells communication.
    National Science Center (NCN): Harmonia 6 grant, 2015–2018.
    PI: Tomasz Lipniacki.
  • The study of hydrodynamic interactions of droplets in complex microfluidic structures. The analysis of algorithms encoded in the architecture of microchannels enabling dosing of the reactants with arbitrary precision.
    National Science Center (NCN): Sonata Bis 4 grant, 2015–2018.
    PI: Piotr Korczyk.
  • Mechanisms controlling cell fate decisions in response to stress. Experimental and theoretical analysis.
    National Science Center (NCN): Opus 7 grant, 2015–2018.
    PI: Tomasz Lipniacki.
  • Stochastic phenotype switching in growing and dividing bacteria.
    National Science Center (NCN): Preludium 7 grant, 2015–2017.
    PI: Joanna Jaruszewicz–Błońska.
  • Regulation of the RAF/MEK/ERK cascade involving RAF isoforms.
    National Science Center (NCN): Preludium 6 grant, 2014–2017.
    PI: Paweł Kocieniewski.
  • Innate immune signalling: optimal microfluidics protocols, prediction and control.
    Marie Curie Actions: Career Integration Grant, 2013–2017.
    PI: Michał Komorowski.
  • European Molecular Biology Organisation: Installation Grant, 2013–2016/2018.
    PI: Michał Komorowski.
Past
  • Dynamics of micro and nano objects suspended in fluids.
    National Science Center (NCN): OPUS 2 grant, 2012–2016.
    PI: Tomasz Kowalewski.
  • Formation of spatial heterogeneities on the plasma membrane and their impact on cell signaling.
    National Science Center (NCN): Preludium 5 grant, 2014–2016.
    PI: Marek Kochańczyk.
  • Inter- and intracellular signaling in innate immune response: experimental and mathematical analysis.
    National Science Center (NCN): OPUS 2 grant, 2012–2015.
    PI: Tomasz Lipniacki.
  • Estimation of the kinetic rates in the NF-κΒ signalling system.
    Polish Ministry of Science and Higher Education: Iuventus Plus, 2013–2015.
    PI: Michał Komorowski.
  • Mechanistic aspects and spatial effects in cell signaling.
    Foundation for Polish Science (FNP): TEAM grant, 2009–2013, project www.
    PI: Tomasz Lipniacki.
  • Multiparameter and information theoretic models of biochemical signal transduction – modeling and inference.
    Foundation for Polish Science (FNP): HOMING Plus grant, 2011–2013.
    PI: Michał Komorowski.
  • Application of electrospun nanofibrous mats as active wound dressing for prevention of post-traumatic brain damage (Zastosowanie elektroprzędzonych nanowłókien jako opatrunków aktywnych w zapobieganiu pourazowym zmianom w tkance mózgowej).
    National Center for Research and Development (NCBiR), 2010–2013.
    PI: Tomasz Kowalewski.
  • Traveling waves in cylindrical domains (Fale biegnące w obszarach cylindrycznych). National Science Center (NCN), 2010–2012.
    PI: Bogdan Kaźmierczak.
  • Application of information theory-based computational methods for the analysis of signal transduction efficiency in neuronal networks (Zastosowanie metod komputerowych bazujących na teorii informacji do analizy efektywności transmisji sygnałów w sieciach neuronowych).
    National Science Center (NCN), 2011–2012.
    PI: Janusz Szczepański.
  • Efficient methods for generation of secure parameters of public key algorithms (Opracowanie wydajnych metod generowania bezpiecznych parametrów algorytmów klucza publicznego).
    National Science Center (NCN): grant for a Ph.D. student, 2011–2012.
    PI: Janusz Szczepański.



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