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Ongoing research grants

CodeProgramme titlePeriodPrincipal Investigator at the Insitute of OncologyFunding Agency
NIH- DNA-specific pattern recognition receptor activation following DNA electroporation 2015-2020Prof. Maja Cemazar PhDNIH
LEA-EBAM- Pulsed Electric Fields Applications in Biology and Medicine acad. prof. Gregor Sersa PhDCompleted research projects
BI-US/18-20-027- Radiotherapy induced expression of DNA sensors and cytokines in tumor cells 1. 10. 2018-30. 9. 2020Prof. Maja Cemazar PhDBilateral cooperation
BI-AT/18-19-003- Cancer stem cell (CSC)-associated exosomes as regulators of tumor radiation response 2018-2019Prof. Maja Čemažar PhDCompleted research projects
P3-0003 Development and evaluation of new approaches to cancer treatment 1. 1.2015-31. 12. 2020Acad. Prof. Gregor Sersa PhDSRA
N3-0059 Plasma-assisted wound treatment and topical introduction of molecules 1. 1. 2017- 31. 12. 2020Acad. Prof. Gregor Sersa PhDSRA
J3-7460 Irradiation dose modifying factor of squamous cell carcinoma of the oropharynx infected by human papillomavirus: an in vitro and in vivo study in laboratory mouse tumor model 1.1.2016 - 31.12.2018Prof. Primož Strojan Completed research projects
L2-7550 Electrospun nanofibrous materials for solid state drug delivery system 1.3.2016 - 28.2.2019Prof. Igor EmriCompleted research projects
J1-8140 Endocrine disrupting and genotoxic potential of protein kinase inhibitors: relevance for environmental hazard 2017-2020Prof. Maja ČemažarSRA
J3-8202 Time-lapse intra-vital imaging of immune response after electrochemotherapy induced in situ vaccination and interleukin-12 gene therapy boost 2017-2020Asst. Prof. Boštjan Šeruga, Prof. Maja ČemažarSRA
Z3-8204 Involvement of cytosolic DNA sensors in irradiation induced bystander and abscopal effect 1. 4. 2018 - 31. 3. 2020Jesenko TanjaSRA
J4-8227 Cathepsin X inhibitors impair the resistence of tumor cells to antiprotease therapy 2017-2020Acad. Prof. Gregor SeršaSRA
J2-9225 Non-invasive technique for Cell Membrane Permeabilization using pulsed electromagnetic fields 1. 7. 2018 - 30. 6. 2021Prof. Damijan Miklavčič / Acad. Prof. Gregor SeršaSRA
J3-9269 Clinico-pharmacological approach to optimize the therapeutic bleomycin concentration in patients undergoing electrochemotherapy 1. 7. 2018 - 30. 6. 2021Acad. Prof. Gregor SeršaSRA


SRA – Slovenian Research Agency (https://www.arrs.gov.si)

NIH – National Institute of Health (https://www.nih.gov/)

LEA EBAM - The European Associated Laboratory (LEA) entitled “Pulsed Electric Fields Applications in Biology and Medicine (http://lea-ebam.cnrs.fr/)



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