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Main projects

 


Updated on 29 August 2019

 

2019-2022 – a project No P-MIP-19-138 "'The role of neuronal networks in the superior colliculus in rapid recognition of complex images", funded by the Research Council of Lithuania, head dr. G.Baranauskas

2019-2020 – a Partnering Project "Multiscale Hippocampal Models for Neuronal Plasticity: Integration to the Brain Simulation Platform - HippoPlasticity" to the Human Brain Project (HBM) Flagship, head dr. A.Saudargienė

2019 – a project "Scientific visit at the Center for Memory and Brain, Boston University, US", funded through the Research Council of Lithuania, head dr. A.Saudargienė

2019 – a project "Investigation of promoter methylation of metallothioneine genes MT1A, MT1E, MT1G, and MT1M in gliomas", funded through the Research Council of Lithuania, head dr. D.Skiriutė

2019 – a project "Generation of stable U87 cell line coding inducible Sema3F expression system", funded through the Research Council of Lithuania, head I.Valiulytė

2019 – a project "Construction of a bicistronic vector for immortalization of human vascular endothelial cells", funded through the Research Council of Lithuania, head dr. A.Kazlauskas

2018-2022 – EU funded COST Action project CA17121 COMULIS "Correlated Multimodal Imaging In Life Sciences", prof. A.Kriščiukaitis

2018-2022 – collaboration (prof. A.Kriščiukaitis) in the ESF funded project No 01.2.2-LMT-K-718-01-0030 „Personalized wearable technologies for evaluating life-threatening health conditions in chronic kidney disease patients”, head prof. V.Marozas (KTU)

2018-2020 – contribute (A.Vilkevičiūtė) in the project No J05-LVPA-K-03-0042 ,,The invention of a new methodology and genetic testing kit for early depression and bipolar disorder diagnosis and medication treatment“, managed by Lithuanian Business Promotion Agency, head prof. V.Adomaitienė

2018-2020 – contribute (prof. S.Trumbeckaitė, dr. J.Liobikas) in the project No J05-LVPA-K-03-0117„Promotion of UAB AKVAVITA Investment in R&D Activities for the Development of Innovative Products in the Beverage Industry“, managed by Lithuanian Business Promotion Agency, head prof. V.Jakštas

2018-2020 – contribute (prof. R.Banienė, dr. A.Jekabsone) in the project No J05-LVPA-K-01-0220 „Promotion of UAB "Birštono mineraliniai vandenys" Investment in R&D Activities for the Development of Innovative Products“, head prof. V.Lesauskaitė

2018-2020 – Lithuania–Japan collaboration program project No LJB-18-2 “Investigation of molecular factors of Alzheimer’s disease: link between extracellular tau, beta-amyloid and neuroinflammation”, funded by the Research Council of Lithuania, head prof. R.Morkūnienė, participants prof. V. Borutaitė, K.Pampuščenko

2018-2020 – collaboration (prof. S.Trumbeckaitė, prof. R.Banienė) in the project No BN 18-255 "Effect of Farming Systems on the Accumulation of Biologically Active and Anticancer Compounds of potato tubers with Coloured Flesh”, funded by Ekhagastiftelsen Foundation Grant Program (Sweden), head prof. E.Jarienė (ASU)

2018-2019 – a project "Mobile internet application for mindfulness based cognitive behavioural therapy" funded by the Research Council of Lithuania, head dr. A.Saudargienė

2018 – a project on training mental health profossionals No PR18-108, funded by State Mental Health Centre, head dr. V.Steiblienė

2018 – a project "NRP1 gene expression in different grade gliomas", funded through the Research Council of Lithuania, head I.Valiulytė

2018 – a project "Long-non coding RNA HOTAIR and CASC2 gene expression in glioblastomas", funded through the Research Council of Lithuania, head dr. D.Skiriutė

2018 – bdhk_logo_pdf_istais-page-001.jpg (1754x650)the Baltic-German University Liaison Office project "Synaptic and dendritic dysfunction in Alzheimer‘s disease: computational and experimental neuroscience perspectives to understand the dynamics of neurodegenerative processes", funded by the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) with funds from the Foreign Office of the Federal Republic Germany. The aim of the project is to investigate complex interactions of hippocampal CA1 pyramidal neuron deficient cholinergic neuromodulation, synaptic dysfunction and dendritic atrophy due to beta-amyloid peptides accumulation in Alzheimer’s disease applying computational modelling approach. Project leader dr. A.Saudargienė.

2018 – LSMU-VDU funded project "Genetic predisposition to alcohol addiction and associated personality traits GVPRAVSAB", head dr. R.Jokubka

2017-2021 – Global grant project No LMT-K-712-01-0131 "Dissecting ischemic brain injury: role of mitochondrial permeability transition pore in cells of developing and aging brain", head prof. V.Borutaitė

2017-2021 – a project No 01.2.2-LMT-K-718-01-0036 EXOTARGET „Exosome application for targeted drug delivery“, funded by the Research Council of Lithuania, head dr. A.Jekabsone

2017-2021 – EU funded COST Action project CA16225 “Realising the therapeutic potential of novel cardioprotective therapies” (EU-CARDIOPROTECTION), prof. V.Borutaitė, dr. O.Arandarčikaitė

2017-2021 – EU funded COST Action project CA16207 "Problematic Internet Use", managament committee members dr. A.Bunevičius, dr. J.Burkauskas

2017-2021 – contribute (dr. L.Strumylaitė) in the EC programme Horizon 2020 funded project No 733032 HBM4EU (The European Human Biomonitoring Initiative)

2017-2020 – a project No S-MIP-17-108 "The prognostic value of miRNA classifier as a novel tool for prediction of glioma patient outcome and response to therapy", funded by the Research Council of Lithuania, head dr. P. Vaitkienė

2017-2020 – EU funded COST Action project CA16122 "Biomaterials and advanced physical techniques for regenerative cardiolgy and neurology", dr. A.Jekabsone

2017-2020 – collaboration (V.Liaugaudaitė, A.Juškienė) in the project No S-MIP-17-257 "Psychosocial suicide risk factors and accessibility of help in the environment of persons’ who committed suicide", funded by the Research Council of Lithuania, head prof. N.Žemaitienė

2017-2019 – collaboration (dr. A.Jekabsone) in the the EC programme Horizon 2020 M-Era.Net project No S-M-ERA.NET-17-2 „Engineering and functionalization of delivery system with Pelargonium sidoides biologically active substance on inflamed periodontal surface area“ (PELARGODONT), coordinator prof. N.Savickienė

Main projects of Behavioral Medicine Institute, 2010-2016

2016-2020 – EU funded COST Action project MITOEAGLE “Mitochondrial mapping: Evolution - Age - Gender - Lifestyle - Environment", Lithuania deputy prof. V.Borutaitė

2016-2018 – contribute (dr. A.Saudargienė) in the EC programme Horizon 2020 funded project ID 650003 “EU FET Flagship Human Brain Project”

2016-2017 – collaboration (dr. R.Liutkevičienė) in the LSMU-KTU project "Elaboration and employment of virtual reality stimuli to investigate peripheral vestibular function (VIRVEST)", head prof. I.Ulozienė

2016 – a project No PR16-82 "Imaging of live tissue/models' mimetics", supported by UAB Ferentis, dr. A.Jekabsone

2015-2018 – collaboration (dr. S.Trumbeckaitė) in the project No SEN-01/2015 „Optimizing the effectiveness of Hyperthermic chemotherapy by modulation of heat shock proteins, energy resources and adhesion in malignant cells“, funded by the Research Council of Lithuania, head prof. A.Gulbinas

2015-2018 – collaboration (dr. A.Kazlauskas) in the project No SEN-07/2015 „Novel systems of prodrug activation for the cancer gene therapies“, funded by the Research Council of Lithuania, head dr. J.Urbonavičius (VU)

2015-2018 – a project No SEN-11/2015 "New genetic and metabolic biomarkers search in healthy subjects and patients with age-related macular degeneration", funded by the Research Council of Lithuania, head prof. V.P.Deltuva

2015-2018 – a project No MIP‐44/2015 BRAINflame "Psychological distress, inflammatory factors, brain natriuretic peptide and outcomes of patients with brain tumor", funded by the Research Council of Lithuania, head dr. A.Bunevičius

2015-2018 – a project No MIP-52/2015 GlioProSer "Quantitative serum profiles estimation of proteins related to glioma angiogenesis and invasiveness”, funded by the Research Council of Lithuania, head dr. D.Skiriutė

2015-2018 – collaboration (prof. A.Kriščiukaitis) in the project No MIP-15045 “The Impact of focused trasthoracic echocardiography in urgent abdominal surgery for septic patients”, funded by the Research Council of Lithuania, head prof. A.Macas

2015-2016 – collaboration in the Lithuanian-Japan project "Analysis of biomarkers in human blood, discovered by research using S.pombe", head dr. R.Liutkevičienė

2015-2016 – collaboration in the EU Horizon 2020 project No 664339 HEALTH-TECH “Centre of Excellence in Science and Technology for Healthy Ageing", prof. V.Borutaitė

2015 – UAB Ferentis project "In vitro investigation of interaction of cells with customer's prototypic hydrogel samples", managed by Lithuanian Business Promotion Agency, head dr. A.Jekabsone

2014-2016 – contribute (dr. R.Liutkevičienė) in the project No MIP-008/2014 "New molecular prognostic markers search in pituitary adenomas and associations with visual functions", funded by the Research Council of Lithuania, head prof. D.Žaliūnienė

2014-2015 – collaboration in the Lithuanian-Ukrainian project "Identification and characterization of novel biomarkers for human glial tumors", head dr. P.Vaitkienė

2014-2015 – collaboration (dr. R.Liutkevičienė) in the LSMU-KTU project "Elaboration of innovative device to investigate peripheral vestibular function", head prof. I.Ulozienė

2013-2015 – EU funded COST Action project FA 1005 INFOGEST "Improving health properties of food by sharing our knowledge on the digestive process", members of Executive committee dr. J.Liobikas, dr. S.Trumbeckaitė

2013-2015 – post doc (dr. Asta Kybartaitė-Žilienė) project BioMONDA "Multimodal data analysis of optic nerve and it's environment based on biophysical models", funded by the Research Council of Lithuania, head prof. A.Kriščiukaitis

2013-2015 – collaboration (prof. A.Kriščiukaitis) in the ESF funded project No VP1-3.1-ŠMM-10-V-02-004 “Smart wearable monitoring system for human healthcare”, head prof. A.Lukoševičius (KTU)

2012-2019 - collaboration (dr. A.Bunevičius) in a project BioASQ “A challenge on large-scale biomedical semantic indexing and question answering”, funded by EC 7FP (Grant Agreement No 318652, 2012-2014), National Library of Medicine of the National Institutes of Health (award No R13LM012214, 2014-2018), and Google Funding (2018-2019), head dr. G.Paliouras, NCSR Demokritos, Greece

2012-2016 – EC 7FP project No 318652 OpenScienceLink: Open Semantically-enabled, Social-aware Access to Scientific Data, Lithuania deputy dr. A Bunevičius

2012-2015 – contribute (dr. D.Skiriutė, dr. R.Naginienė) in the Global grant project* No VP1-3.1-ŠMM-07-K-02-060 „Gene-Environment Interactions Connecting Low Triiodothyronine Syndrome and Outcomes of Cardiovascular Disease (GET-VASC)”, head habil.dr. R.Bunevičius

2012-2015 – Global grant project* VP1-3.1-ŠMM-07-K-02-059 „Investigation of sensory information processing and attention mechanisms by employing genetic modification of neuronal act", head dr. T.Tkatch

2012-2015 – contribute (dr. S.Trumbeckaitė) in the Global grant project* No VP1-3.1-ŠMM-07-K-02-062 "Energetic, genetic and epigenetic mechanisms of resistance to chemotherapy induced apoptosis in pancreatic cancer", head prof. A.Gulbinas

2012-2014 – a project No MIP-045/2012 „Nicotinic modulation of neuronal column activity", funded by the Research Council of Lithuania, head habil.dr. A Kuras

2012-2014 – a project No LIG-12003 "Gene expression and function-based identification of biomarkers for diagnosis of glioma malignancies", funded by the Research Council of Lithuania, head dr. A.Kazlauskas

2012-2014 – a  project No LIG-04/2012 MALPAMA "Molecular mechanisms of pathogenesis of Alzheimer’s disease” (in collaboration with Institute of Biochemistry, and Institute of Biotechnology of Vilnius University, Department of Neurology of Lithuanian University of Health Sciences Hospital), funded by Research Council of Lithuania, head prof. R.Morkūnienė

2012-2014 – ESF project No VP1-3.1-ŠMM-08-K-01-022 „Implementation of R&D activities of Medicine National Research Programmes in clinical and molecular research of fundamental cardiology, neurosciences, and digestive systems“, dr. G.Svirskis, prof. V.Borutaitė

2012-2014 – contribute (dr. S.Trumbeckaitė) in the project No LIG-12002 STELLATA „Investigation of activity and redox status of Pancreatic Stellate Cells", funded by the Research Council of Lithuania, head prof. G.Barauskas

2011-2015 – Global grant project* No VP1-3.1-ŠMM-07-K-01-130 “Mitochondria, nitric oxide and cytochrome c reducing agents in protection against brain and heart ischemia-reperfusion injury”, head prof. V.Borutaitė

2011-2014 – a  project No SVE-11008 HIBRIDAI „Interspecific hybrids of orchard plant – a novel source of anthocyanins“, funded by the Research Council of Lithuania, head dr. J.Liobikas

2011-2012 – a project No MIP-11298 “Interactions between tectal neuronal responses evoked by two visual stimuli”, funded by the Research Council of Lithuania, head dr. G.Svirskis

2011-2012 – joint LSMU and Institute of Public Health and Environment (Bilthoven, The Netherlands) project “Are supplements good for healthy ageing?”, head habil.dr. L.Ivanov

2010-2011 – a project “Low T3 syndrome impact on the outcomes after the brain tumour surgery”, funded by the Research Council of Lithuania, head dr. V.P.Deltuva

2010-2011 – a project „Investigation of synaptic co-transmission in frog retinotectal synapses“, funded by the Research Council of Lithuania, head habil.dr. A.Kuras

2010-2011 – a project „The investigation for new combinations of clinical and epigenetic markers in diagnosis and prognosis“, funded by the Research Council of Lithuania, head prof. A.Tamašauskas

 2010-2011 – collaboration in the project „Multivariate analysis based non invasive evaluation of central haemodynamics and prognosis of patient status” No MIP-68/2010, funded by Research Council of Lithuania, head prof. A.Kriščiukaitis

2010-2011 – a project No MIP-10182 "The evaluation of biological activity and technological functionalization of lectins", dr. J.Liobikas, dr. D.Majienė

2009 – a project No T-64/09 "The assessment of the relationship between cadmium and the risk of breast cancer", funded by Lithuania State Science and Studies Foundation, head dr. L.Strumylaitė

2008-2010 – a project AMILOIDE “Detection of pathogenic beta-amyloid oligomers for diagnostics of Alzheimer’s disease”, funded by Lithuania State Science and Studies Foundation, head prof. V.Borutaitė

2008 – a project “Implication of bistability of frog recurrent tectal neurons in the activation of NMDA receptors”, funded by Lithuania State Science and Studies Foundation, head habil.dr. A.Kuras

2007-2011 – EU funded COST Action project FA0602 MITOFOOD (A research community for nutritional optimization of mitochondrial function for health promotion and disease resistance), Lithuania deputy prof. V.Borutaitė

2007-2009 – post doc ( dr. D.Skiriutė) project "Research on molecular markers of recurrence in benign and malignant meningiomas", funded by Lithuania State Science and Studies Foundation, head prof. A.Tamašauskas

2007-2009 – EC 6FP project SSPE-CT-2007-044159 PRONET (Pollution Reduction Options Network), Lithuania deputy dr. R.Naginienė

2007 – a project “Investigation of dendritic currents elicited in frog tectum neurons by individual retinotectal input”, funded by Lithuania State Science and Studies Foundation, head habil.dr. A.Kuras

2006-2011– EC 6FP project FOOD-CT-2006-016253 PHIME (Public Health Impact of Long-term, Low-level Mixed Element Exposure in Susceptible Population Strata), Lithuania deputy dr. R.Naginienė

2006-2009 – EUREKA project E! 3694 PROPOCREAM „The development of the multifunctional semisolid preparations from natural products“, dr. D.Majienė

2006-2008 – ESF project No ESF/2004/2.5.0-03-385/BPD-210/ES2006-01 "Implementation of advanced studies for medical physics technologies and nanophotonics", dr. K.Skauminas

2006-2008 – ESF project No BPD2004-ERPF-1.5.0-12-05/0035 “Centre for science and studies of medical physics technologies and nanophotonics”, dr. K.Skauminas

2006-2007 – EC 6FP Marie Skłodowska-Curie project No MERG-CT-2006-044907 MITOCHONDRIA & ABETA (Mitochondria and beta-amyloid in brain ischemia/reperfusion), dr. A.Jekabsone

2006 – a project “Intraoperative fluorescentic imaging of brain tumour gliomas”, funded by Lithuania State Science and Studies Foundation

2005-2008 – ESF project No BPD2004-ESF-2.5.0-01-04/0046 "The development of master's, residency and PhD study programs in Pharmacy, Biochemistry, Biotechnology and Genetics for students of Medicine and Pharmacy", habil.dr. L.Ivanov

2005-2007 – Implementation of the EU Council Directive 77/312EEB on Biological Screening of the Population for Lead, dr. R.Naginienė

2005 – a project “Investigation of influence of frog moving-edge detector on tectal neuron network”, funded by Lithuania State Science and Studies Foundation, head habil.dr. A.Kuras

2004-2007 – EC 5FP project No 2004127 EMFnEAR (Exposure at UMTS electromagnetic fields: study on potential adverse effects on hearing), Lithuania deputy prof. I.Ulozienė

2004-2006 – EC 6FP Marie Skłodowska-Curie project No CT-2004-010313 MITOCHONDRIA (Role of nitric oxide/oxygen competition at mitochondria in neuronal death during ischemia and/or inflammation), dr. A.Jekabsone

2004 – a project „NMDA receptor activation in frog tectum neurons“, funded by Lithuania State Science and Studies Foundation, head habil.dr. A.Kuras

2003-2005 – EC 5FP project QLK4-2002-02395 PINCHE (Policy Interpretation Network on Children’s Health and Environment), Lithuania deputy dr. R.Naginienė

 2001-2004 – EC 5FP project QLRT-2001-00150 GUARD (Potential adverse effect of GSM cellular phone on hearing), Lithuania deputy prof. I.Ulozienė

  

     *  Global Grant measure is being managed using ESF funding, by implementation of a project “Execution of functions assigned to Lithuanian Research Council for implementation of the measure No. VP1-3.1-ŠMM-07-K “Support for scientific research by scientists and other researchers (Global Grant)” project No. VP1-5.1-FM-01-V-02-001. Project is being funded by European Social Fund (ESF) under the Human Resources Development Action Programme.