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Department of Physiopathology

Faculty of Medicine

CURRENT RESEARCH PROJECTS

In the Department of Physiopathology, research projects are carried out as part of the statutory activity (entitled “The role of limited proteolytic processes in the aging of lymphocytes and pathogenesis of chronic inflammatory and neurodegenerative diseases”) and individual projects funded by the Ministry of Science and Higher Education and the National Science Center.

Grants won:

  • National Science Center project Miniatura 2 “Interplay of apoptosis and autophagy of peripheral blood T lymphocytes in depressive disorders” (PI: dr. Krzysztof Pietruczuk, 2019)
  • National Science Center project UMO-2011/01/M/NZ3/02948 “Possible participation of changes in the activity of the calpain-calpastatin system in the aging processes of human T lymphocytes – a comparison of long-lived people of Poland (Pomerania) and Italy (Sicily)” (PI: prof. Jacek M. Witkowski, 2012-2014)
  • Promoter grant N N401 614140 “Effect of normothymic drugs on apoptosis and activation of peripheral blood T cells in patients with bipolar disorder” (PI: Krzysztof Pietruczuk, 2012-2013)
  • Ministry of Science and Higher Education project Iuventus Plus IP2010 022770 “Regulation of transcription of the gene encoding the erythropoietin receptor in CD4 + T cells” (PI: dr. Katarzyna Lisowska, 2011)
  • Ministry of Science and Higher Education project Iuventus Plus IP2010 038770 “The effect of inhibition of ZNF334 expression on the phenotype and function of CD4+ lymphocytes from people with rheumatoid arthritis and an attempt to investigate the molecular basis of this phenomenon” (PI: dr. Monika Soroczyńska-Cybula, 2011)

Own research:

  • MN 01-0422/08: Influence of black cumin oil (Nigella sativa) on phenotype, activations, and apoptosis of T lymphocytes (doctoral dissertation, PI: Klaudia Ciesielska-Figlon)
  • MN 01-0113/08: The role of microRNA in the aging process of human T lymphocytes (doctoral dissertation, PI: Joanna Frąckowiak)
  • MN 101: Assessment of B lymphocyte function in patients with chronic kidney disease and its modulation by erythropoietin (doctoral dissertation, PI: Aleksandra Jasiulewicz)
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Katarzyna Lisowska