Author: Marcin Stańczak

Deep learning-based integration of circulating and cellular miRNAs expression of pancreatic cancer

PhD student, Konrad Stawiski MD carries out the project financed by Preludium grant. Pancreatic cancer is one of the most deadly oncological diseases. According to official statistics, in Poland, it is diagnosed in over 4000 patients yearly and out of those 4000 only about 200 survives 5 years of the diseases. This high mortality is […]

Lysophosphatidic Acid in Pathogenesis of HNF1B-MODY Syndrome

PhD student, Beata Małachowska MD carries out the project financed by Preludium grant. Autosomal dominant polycystic kidney disease (ADPKD) is one of the most common genetic disorder in human population and the most common form of kidney cystic disease in general. It is caused by gene mutation in PKD1 and PKD2 genes. Over the time ADPKD leads to renal failure, dialysis and if avaiable kidney transplant. Molecular studies in […]

Tools for searching pathogenic variants in regulatory regions of the human genome

Paweł Sztromwasser PhD carries out the project financed by Polonez grant. Monogenic diabetes is a genetic disease responsible for approximately 5% of diabetes cases. It is known to be caused by mutations of one of several protein-coding genes, each of which defines a subtype of the disease (e.g. several types of MODY, neonatal diabetes, several […]

Our PhD student is a laureate of a professor Franciszek Walczak’s programme

Bartłomiej Tomasik – our PhD student and resident doctor during specialization in oncological radiotherapy became a laureate of a competition organized by the National Agency for Academic Exchange. The program commemorating professor Franciszek Walczak – long-time manager of the Heart Rhythm Disorders Clinic at the Institute of Cardiology in Anina, who became famous for performing […]

Remus

Remus is a Web application that facilitates identification of regulatory regions potentially associated with the expression of input genes. Starting from a small set of input genes implicated in pathogenesis of a disease, Remus allows creating a list of regulatory features active in a set of tissues of interest. Customizable search and step-by-step process allows […]

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