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Grants

Ongoing projects:

  • NKFI KH 125570
    Project title: Identification of drug targets for ischemic heart disease and its comorbidities by bioinformatic target prediction based on trascriptomic data followed by experimetal validation of predicted targets

    2017.10.01. – 2019.09.30
    Project leader: Dr. Ferdinandy Péter
    Project grant: 19.670 M HUF
  • NKFI FK 124878
    Project title: Analysing the role of COX-2 and alpha2-adrenoceptors in NSAID-induced small intestinal injury and dysbiosis

    2017.09.01  – 2021.08.31.
    Project leader: Dr. Zádori Zoltán
    Project grant: 37.164 M HUF
  • NAP B project (establishment of new research group)
    Project title: Cognitive translational behavioral pharmacology studies
    01.08.2014 – 31.12.2017
    Project leader: Dr. István Gyertyán
    Project grant: 159.593 M HUF 
  • NKFIH TÉT_16-1-2016-0057
    Project title: Mechanisms of immunmodulation in exosome-mediated cardioprotection
    01.01.2017 – 31.12.2018
    Project leader: Dr. Zoltán Giricz
    Project grant: 1.9 M HUF
  • NKFIH NVKP_16-1-2016-0017 (consortial partner)
    Project title: Mechanisms of immunmodulation in exosome-mediated cardioprotection
    01.12.2016 – 30.11.2019
    Leader of consortium: Prof. Béla Merkely
    Program leader: Prof. Peter Ferdinandy
    Program grant: 430 M HUF

 

Earlier projects:
 
  • OTKA PD 109051 project
    Project title: Role of exosomes and microvesicles in cardiac stress adaptation

    01.09.2013. – 31.08.2016.
    Project leader: Dr. Zoltán Giricz
    Támogatás összege: 13.186 M HUF
  • OTKA K 109737 project
    Projekt title: Cardiac stress adaptation in obesity: the role of autophagy and mitophagy

    2013.09.01 – 2017.09.01.
    Consortium leader: Prof. Ferdinandy Péter
    Project grant: 21.000 M Ft
  • NIH(NKTH)-ANR(French) bilateral TET project (TET_10-1-2011-0421)
    Project title: Hearing and deafness: molecular mechanisms and therapeutic approaches
    01.01.2012. – 31.12.2014.
    Consortium leader: Prof. Szilveszter E. Vizi
    Hungarian project leader: Dr. Tibor Zelles
    French partner: Prof. Christine Petit (Institut Pasteur, Paris)
    Project grant: 90 M HUF
  • EFSD New Horizons Collaborative Research Initiative project
    Project title: Targeting autophagy and mitophagy to restore  diabetes-induced loss of cardiac stress adaptation
    01.06.2013. – 31.05.2015.
    Project leader: Peter Ferdinandy
    Participants: Rainer Schulz, Kerstin Böngler, Zoltan Giricz, Zoltan Varga
    Project grant: 99,000 EUR
  • OTKA-FWF project
    Project title Identification miRNAs of therapeutic and diagnostic value in endogenous cardioprotection by postconditioning in a clinically relevant swine model of myocardial infarction

    01.06.2013 – 31.05.2016.
    Project leader: Peter Ferdinandy
    Participants: Mariann Gyongyosi-Pavone, Edit Buzas, Zoltan Giricz, Zoltan Varga
    Project grant 32.76 M HUF
  • OTKA PD 109602 project
    Project title: Imidazoline 1 receptor – sphingosine 1-phosphate interaction in the gut : novel targets for the therapy of colonic inflammation?
    01.09.2013. – 31.08.2016.
    Project leader: Dr. Zoltán Zádori
    Project grant: 10.920 M HUF
  • OTKA K100155 project
    Project title: Blood-brain-barrier penetration of organic compounds
    01.01.2012. – 31.01.2015.
    Project leader: Prof. Kalász Huba
    Project grant: 18.393 M HUF
  • OMAA project
    Project title: Autophagy in cardioprotection (Autophagie in der Kardioprotektion)
    01.02.2014. – 31.01.2015.
    Project leader: Dr. Zoltán Giricz
    Project grant: 1.616 M HUF
  • OMAA project
    Project title: α2- adrenoceptors and imidazoline I1-receptors in the NSAID-induced small intestinal ulcers (α2- Adrenozeptoren und Imidazolin I1-Rezeptoren in NSAR-induzierten Dünnarm-Ulzera)
    01.07.2014. – 30.06.2015.
    Project leader: Prof. Klára Gyires
    Project grant: 1.931 M HUF