Cooperation

Prof. Christophe Mulle – University of Bordeaux, Prof. Ann Brinkmalm – Univeristy of Gothenburg, Dr. Matthijs Verhage – CNCR/Vrije Universiteit of Amsterdam and Dr. Gabor Tamas – University of Szeged in frames of JPco-fuND2 international project no. 2021/03/Y/NZ5/00112, entitled “Pre-symptomatic synaptic disorders in Alzheimer’s disease”, financed by the EU Joint Program – Neurodegenerative Disease Research (EU JPND).

Karolinska Institutet, Department of Neuroscience, Reprogramming and Disease Modeling Laboratory collaboration with Prof. Anna Falk, Stockholm, Sweden – subject of collaboration: “Induced pluripotent stem cells derivation and neuroepithelial stem cells derivation from Alzheimer’s disease patients”

Nencki Institute of Experimental Biology, Laboratory Of Preclinical Testing Of Higher Standard collaboration with Prof. dr hab. Urszula Wojda, subject of collaboration: “Functional studies of rare genetic variants causally connected with Alzheimer’s disease in the Polish population”

University of Warsaw, Biological and Chemical Research Centre, BioModeling Laboratory collaboration with Prof. Sławomir Filipek, PhD. – professor, Chemistry UW; the subject of collaboration: “Modelling and effect prediction of mutations in presenilin 1”

Dr. Jan Ilkowski MD, PhD, Faculty of Health Sciences, Department of Emergency Medicine, Poznan University of Medical Sciences, subject of collaboration: “Early-onset Alzheimer disease patients diagnostics, clinical description and fibroblasts biopsies collection for cell cultures”

Dr. Maria Styczyńska MD, PhD, Clinical Department of Neurology, Extrapyramidal Disorders and Alzheimer’s Outpatient Clinic, Central Clinical Hospital of Ministry of Interior in Warsaw, subject of collaboration: “Early-onset Alzheimer disease patients diagnostics, clinical description and fibroblasts biopsies collection for cell cultures”

Prof. Małgorzata Makaruk, MD, PhD, Dsc Institute of Psychiatry and Neurology in Warsaw, Department of Genetics, subject of collaboration: “Early-onset Alzheimer disease patients diagnostics, clinical description and fibroblasts biopsies collection for cell cultures”

Institute of Molecular Biology and Biotechnology in Poznań, Department of Bioinformatics Prof. Izabela Makałowska, PhD, DSc and Michał Kabza, subject of collaboration: “Bioinformatic analysis of RNA-seq”

Institute Of Pharmacology And Clinical Neuroscience, Umea, Sweden, Mariusz Berdyński, PhD and Magdalena Kuźma MD PhD, from Department of Neurology, Medical University of Warsaw, subject of collaboration: “Searching for novel molecular pathways dysregulated in the pathophysiology of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis”, grant „SONATA8” from National Canter of Science, no. G1145-2015/17/D/NZ2/03712