Godło WUM

Laboratory for Cell Research and Application

Medical University of Warsaw

Implemented projects

Projekty

 

Project: "Therapeutic potential of adipose-derived stem cells, proven in clinical trias and examined in vitro – rationale for banking of well characterized cells (ABCtherapy)"

The multidisciplinary team conducts clinical research to assess the safety and effectiveness of therapy using autologous stem cells isolated from the patient's adipose tissue in the treatment of:

• difficult to heal wounds in diabetic foot syndrome,

• treatment of scars and elastic skin damage.

The biological material obtained in the study is used to conduct in vitro experimental observations carried out to increase the therapeutic potential of cells obtained from the adipose tissue. In particular, observations are carried out on the differentiation of these cells into different immunophenotypes, their immunological characteristics - in the context of therapy in the allogenic system, transcriptomic and epigenetic characteristics of new generation sequencing methods.

The project is implemented as part of the Strategmed program, organized by the National Center for Research and Development (NCBR).


 

Project: "Diagnostics of gliomas based on circulating cell free tumor DNA (Gliomed)"

We are working on the development of a liquid biopsy-type method based on tumor free-circulating DNA (cfDNA) in blood, which could be a quick and minimally invasive alternative to biopsy. The additional aims of the study are: comprehensive molecular characteristics of tumor genome and transcriptome as well as use of 3D in vitro glioma cultures, i.a., under hypoxic conditions for screening of the content of stem cells and assessment of cells susceptibility to therapy in the environment of neoplastic niche.

The project is implemented as part of the Strategmed program, organized by the National Center for Research and Development (NCBR).


 

Project: "Exploitation of regenerative potential of mesenchymal stem cells (ExploreMe)"

The aim of this project is to direct the differentiation of mesenchymal stem cells in the bone and cartilage direction in order to accelerate the healing and rehabilitation of patients after orthopedic, dental and neurological operations.

The project is implemented as part of the Strategmed program, organized by the National Center for Research and Development (NCBR).

 


 

Project: "Establishment of a biobank network in Poland within the Research Infrastructure of BBMRI-ERIC Biobanks and Biomolecular Resources (BBMRI.pl)"

The main goal of the research project is to create a Polish Biobanking Network (PBN) within the BBMRI-ERIC Biomolecular Research Infrastructure for Research. The basic assumption of PBN is to bring as many entities as possible to collect biological material and provide them with substantive support in developing their biobanks / repositories.

The Medical University of Warsaw is responsible for the implementation of task 1: "Identification and characteristics of entities interested in joining the Polish Biobanking Network" and is a co-organizer of task 5: "Introduction of a uniform quality control system for all stages of the national biobanks functioning".

The project is financed by the Ministry of Science and Higher Education (decision No. DIR/WK/2017/2018/01-1).

 

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