Завершенные Проекты

  1. Grant N STCU-2016-47. DNA Diagnostic Technology for Identification of GM Agricultural Crops. 04.06.2017-04.06.2019, granted by STCU and Shota Rustaveli National Science Foundation of Georgia.
  2. Grant N DI-2016-9. Design of linear antimicrobial peptides, active against the Escherichia coli ATCC 25922 and related gram negative bacteria. 2016-2018, granted by Shota Rustaveli National Science Foundation.
  3. Grant N217822. Spread of tuberculosis in the cattle and its influence on population health in Georgia. 2016-2018, granted by Shota Rustaveli National Science Foundation.
  4. Grant N MG_CG_04. The 4th International Multidisciplinary Conference on Rheology. 2017-2018, granted by Shota Rustaveli National Science Foundation.
  5. Grant N FR/397/7-180/14. New version of DBAASP database and working out of new methods for antimicrobe peptides’ precursors. 2015-2018, granted by Shota Rustaveli National Science Foundation.
  6. Grant N FR/167/7-100/14. Stimulating (hormesic) effect of small ethanol doses on the limbic system neurogenesis, methabolism and behavioral acts on different stages of white rat’s postnatal development. 2015-2018, granted by Shota Rustaveli National Science Foundation.
  7. Grant N FR/2577/7-270/14. Antiepileptic effect of acoustic range magnetic fields. 2015-2018, granted by Shota Rustaveli National Science Foundation.
  8. Grant N YS15_2.3.1_34. Study of neurotransmitters’ markers in the hippocampus in the rats with memory disruption induced by injection of okadaic acid to the brain ventricle. 2015-2017, granted by Shota Rustaveli National Science Foundation.
  9. Grant N YS15_2.3.1_51. Study of the role of basal forebrain in memory and learning processes on the behavioural, structural and molecular levels. 2015-2017, granted by Shota Rustaveli National Science Foundation.
  10. Grant N DP2016_17. Cellular Neuroscience. 2016-2017, granted by Shota Rustaveli National Science Foundation.
  11. Grant N YS-2016-38. Visual processing in children with neurodevelopmental disorders. 2016-2018, granted by Shota Rustaveli National Science Foundation.
  12. Grant N FR/260/7-270/13. Effect of informational stress on neurobiological characteristics of different hierarchical level of rats. 2014 – 2017, granted by Shota Rustaveli National Science Foundation.
  13. Grant N 04/16. Multiplexic detection of biotechnologically obtained plant products with nanotechnology. 2015-2017, granted by Shota Rustaveli National Science Foundation.
  14. Grant N FR/533/7-274/14. The effect of arsenic on the rats’ behavior and brain neuroarchitectonics. 2015-2017, granted by Shota Rustaveli National Science Foundation.
  15. Grant N G-2102. Database of Antimicrobial Activity and Structure of Peptides. 2014-2015, granted by International Science and Technology Center (ISTC), National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) National Institutes of Health (NIH)
  16. Grant N 31/17. Neurochemical indices of brain as animal’s social-hierarchic rank predictors. 2013 – 1016, granted by Shota Rustaveli National Science Foundation.
  17. Grant N 30/37. Development of nanobiotechnology for the genetically modified food monitoring. 2013 – 1015, granted by Shota Rustaveli National Science Foundation.
  18. Grant N d–13/04. Study of DNA-markers for detecting genetically modified food products. 2012 – 2015, granted by Shota Rustaveli National Science Foundation.
  19. Grant N 31/16. Effect of hemorragic shock on the cerebral microcirculation and hemorheology. 2013 – 2015, granted by Shota Rustaveli National Science Foundation.
  20. Grant N 31/40. Study of Transient Receptor Potential Channels Activation by Non-steroidal Anti-inflammatory Drugs. 2013–2015, granted by Shota Rustaveli National Science Foundation.
  21. Grant N FR/99/7-270/12. Depression: protection of hyperexcited brain or a risk-factor? 2013-1015, granted by Shota Rustaveli National Science Foundation.
  22. Grant N 13/10. Hippocampus-depending memory modulation with septohippocampal cholinergic and noncholinergic projections: behavioral and immunocytochemical research. 2012 – 2015, granted by Shota Rustaveli National Science Foundation.
  23. Grant N FR771/7-230/11. Energetic nature of global proteins: the role and manifestation in function and stability of quantium effects and conformational flexibility. 2012 – 2015, granted by Shota Rustaveli National Science Foundation.
  24. Grant N YS/56/7-276/13. Study of visual processing dynamics by way of high-frequency EEG. 15/02/2014 - 15/05/2014, granted by Shota Rustaveli National Science Foundation, State research grant for young scientists /internships abroad/ (Brain and Mind Institute, Lausanne, Switzerland).
  25. Grant N 52/51. The role of septo-hippocampal projection neurons in memory disruption induced by medial septum GABA receptors’ activation. 2014, Georgian President Grant for Young Scientists (Sofo Mataradze).
  26. Grant N 52/64. Influence of dopamine and cytosole synaptosomal factor on CaATP-ase. 2013, granted by Shota Rustaveli National Science Foundation.
  27. Grant N YS/16/7-272/12. Effect of cognitive loading on visual attention and saccadic movements of the eye. 01/05/2013-31/07/2013, granted by Shota Rustaveli National Science Foundation, State research grant for young scientists /internships abroad/ (Paris Descartes University, Paris, France).
  28. Grant N GNSF/PRES08/6-344. Estimation of dopamine spontaneous release in various neocortical areas with in vivo microdialysis method, according to behavioral state of sleep-wakefulness cycle. 2012-2013, International Youth Research Grant. Granted by British Physiological Society (Neli Maghlakelidze).
  29. Grant N12/11. Study of memory and hippocampal glutamatergic transmission in rats with immunotoxin damage to medial septum GABAergic neurons. 2012, Georgian President Grant for Young Scientists /internships abroad/(Gela Beselia).
  30. Grant N 12/09. Study of the effects of immunotoxins induced selective and simultaneous lesions of medial septum cholinergic and GABAergic neurons on hippocampus-dependent learning and memory. 2012, Georgian President Grant for Young Scientists (Lali Yruashvili).
  31. Grant N 12/10. Effects of toluene chronic inhalation on a variety of memory forms and hippocampus structure in rats under influence of mementin or placebo. 2012, Georgian President Grant for Young Scientists (Nino Pochkhidze).
  32. Grant N 5632 (09/13). Analysis of the mechanisms for total body hyperthermia induced behavioral disturbances. 2012 – 2014, granted by Shota Rustaveli National Science Foundation and USTC.
  33. Grant N GNSF/PRES08/6-344. Study of functions dissociation of hippocampus and apposed nucleus in learning and memory processes. 2012, Georgian President Grant for Young Scientists (George Maghlakelidze).
  34. Grant N G-11/04. Orexin containing hypothalamic neuronal populations – a possible neurophysiological substrate/cellular target for expedient recovery of the brain from experimental coma and deep narcotic sleep. 2012 – 2014, granted by Shota Rustaveli National Science Foundation.
  35. Grant N CNRS /SNRSF 09/10. The development of the sequence-based physico-chemical parameters for rational computer-assisted design of antimicrobial peptides. 2012-2013, granted by Shota Rustaveli National Science Foundation and SNRSF.
  36. Grant N 12/26. Establishment of molecular mechanisms and regulation principles for Ecto-ATPase. 2012, granted by Shota Rustaveli National Science Foundation.
  37. Grant N I/83 395. Mechanisms for charge transfer and stability in globular proteins:  2011-2013, granted by Volkswagen Foundation.
  38. Grant N. Study of behavioral endophenotype. 2011-2014, granted by the Swiss National Science Foundatio, the National Center of Competence in Research.
  39. Grant N YS/63/7-276/11. Study of electrophysiological characteristics of perceptual learning under conditions of random sequence of stimulus presentation. 01/12/2011 - 01/03/2012, granted by GNSF, State research grant for young scientists (Leibniz Research Institute of Working Environment and Human Factors, Dortmund, Germany).
  40. Grant N 1/6–27. Behavioral and electrophysiological study of thermal pain modulation by irritant chemicals: the role of transient receptor potential channels. 2010–2012, granted by Shota Rustaveli National Science Foundation.
  41. Grant N YS/697-276-11. Comparison of the effects of electrolytic, neuro- and immunotoxin lesions of medial septum on hippocampal sustained potentiation and different memory forms. 2010, granted by GNSF (Gela Beselia).
  42. Grant N ST 09/262/8/150. Tracing of genetically modified organisms in processed food. 2010 – 2013, granted by GNSF.
  43. Grant № 6-09. Dendritic spine plasticity and epilepsy: atomic force and two-photon microscopic study. 2010-2013, granted by GNSF.
  44. Grant N 09/02;   STCU N 5054. Development of the multiplex nanobiotechnology for control of the genetically modified organisms. 2010 – 2012, granted by STCU.
  45. Grant N 1–2/54. Influence of extracellular Ubiquitin on alcohol injured and nonalcoholic liver regeneration. 2010 – 2011, granted by GNSF.
  46. Grant N 1-2/52 (GNSF/STO 2–343). Revealation of disorders of rats' limbic system's structures at earlier stages of postnatal development caused by prenatal ethanol intoxication and their correction by means of zinc. 2010 – 2012, granted by GNSF.
  47. Grant N. Quantum and stochastic chargs transfer mechanisms in biomolecules. Connection between the functional activity and thermodinamic activity. 2009 – 2011, granted by GNSF.
  48. Grant N N 1-2/53 (GNSF/STO 2–344). Correction of limbic system structures' abnormalities caused by toluene influence at early stages of postnatal development of rats by means of antioxidant Mirradol. 2010 – 2012, granted by GNSF.
  49. Grant N FR/492/7-230/11, # 1-2/54. Study of protein content in alcoholic and non-alcoholic liver cells under conditions of extracellular Ubiquitin in vivo induction. 2010-2012, granted by GNSF.
  50. Grant N GEB1-2930-TB-08. Perception in the aging visual system. 2009-2010, granted by CRDF.
  51. Grant N GNSF/ST08/6-456. Study of the interrelationship between memory and septohippocampal system. 2009 – 2011, granted by GNSF.
  52. Grant N 4993. Role of blood rheology and free radicals in local hyperthermia-induced morphological changes in the brain. 2009-2011, granted by USA and EU.
  53. Grant N G 6-545. New animal model of depression: evaluation of possible supremacy of muscarinic cholinergic system supersensitivity. 2009–2011, granted by STCU.
  54. Grant N GGNSF/ST08/6-457). Neurophysiologic research of complex structure of visual recognition memory. 2009 – 2011, granted by GNSF.
  55. Grant N GNSF/ST07/4-186. Influence of interictal epileptiform discharges on cognitive functions. 2009 – 2011, granted by GNSF.
  56. Grant N G 6-465. Causal relationship of the brain muscarinic cholinergic systems and paradoxical sleep to the development of major depressive disorder. 2009-2011, granted by GNSF.
  57. Grant N G6-467. The effect of kainic acid on the structure of dendritic spines of hippocampal neurons. Electron microsroscopic and two-photon microscopic study. 2009-2010, individual research grant, granted by CRDF/GNSF/GRDF (Nato Kotaria).
  58. Grant N 464. Chronic psycho-emotional stress induced depression in rats (attempt of construction of a new model). 2009-2011, granted by GNSF.
  59. Grant N 466. Mechanisms providing stable perception and optimal organization of information flow in the visual system. 2009-2010, granted by GNSF.
  60. Grant N 4993 (538). Analysis of the role of rheological characteristics and free radicals in local hyperthermia-induced changes in brain. 2009 –2011, granted by GNSF and STCU.
  61. Grant N GNSF/ST08/2-376. Non-genomic actions of thyroid hormones. 2009-2011, granted by GNSF.
  62. Grant N RN- GEB2-1964-TB-09. Eecology, Genetic Clustering and Virulence of major bacterial and viral pathogens in the Republic of Georgia. 2009-2012,  granted by Defense Threat Reduction Agency and U.S. Civilian Research and Development Foundation.
  63. Grant N GNSF/ST08/6-471. Electrophysiological signs of modulation of synaptic processes in the cortical neurons in response to painful stimulation and analgesia. 2009-2011, granted by GNSF.
  64. Grant N ST07/6-239. The development of the new threading potentials and amino acid similarity matrix based on the data of side-chain terminal group contacts. 2008-2010, granted by GNSF.
  65. Grant N I/83 401. Why is visual information processing prolonged in elderly and schizophrenic patients? 2008-2009, granted by Volkswagen Stiftung.
  66. Grant N G 6-219. Search of the novel therapeutic approaches to the treatment of insomnia and other sleep disorders: identification of neuronal targets of the therapy. 2008-2010, granted by GNSF.
  67. Grant N G 6-237.The effect of stress and violence on the sleep quality and the psycho-physiological state in internally displaced persons from Abkhazia and in children grown up in their families. 2008-2010, granted by GNSF.
  68. Grant N GNSF/ST08/2-369. Biophysical studies of bacteriophage and bacterial membrane interaction mechanisms. 2008-2010, granted by GNSF.
  69. Grant N I/83 395. Mechanisms of charge transfer and stability in global proteins: dual role of conformational motility. 2008-2010, granted by Volkswagen Foundation.
  70. Grant N RN-N235. Gene expression and recognitive memory. 2008-2010, granted by GNSF.
  71. Investigation of epilepsy and depression comorbidity in animal models. 2008-2010, granted by GNSF.
  72. Pregnancy: protection of the hyperactive brain or a risk factor? 2008-2010, granted by GNSF.
  73. General kinetic peculiarities of P-type ATPases. 2008-2010, granted by GNSF.
  74. Influence of opioid receptors’ activation and inactivation on the brain integrative activity in norm and pathology. 2008-2010, granted by GNSF.
  75. Thermo TRP channels and irritant chemical modulation of thermal pain. 2007–2009, granted by CRDF.
  76. Study of the interrelation between memory and septo-hippocampal system. 2007-2009, granted by GNSF.
  77. The role of nitric oxide in embriogenesis. 2007-2009, Eco-Net Grant.
  78. The study of antinociceptive action of non-opioid analgetics and their effects of tolerance. 2007-2009, granted by GNSF.
  79. Investigation of early visual processing in schizophrenia. 2007-2008, granted by English Royal Society.
  80. Molecular changes in response to stress induced by corticotropin releasing hormone administration and role of catecholamines in these processes. 2006-2009, granted by GNSF.
  81. The role of cholinergic systems in learning and memory processes. 2006-2009, granted by GNSF.
  82. Interictal emotional state and epilepsy in animal models. 2006-2008, granted by GNSF.
  83. Signalization, learning and memory of calcium/calmodulin dependent Protein Kinase II. 2006-2008, English Royal Society Collaborative Grant.
  84. Ecology, genetic clustering and virulence of Yersinia Pestis strains isolated from natural foci of plague in Georgia. 2005-2008, granted by CRDF.
  85. Basic aspects of feature integration. 2005-2007, granted by Volkswagen Stiftung.
  86. Monoaminergic regulation of hippocampal and cortical seizures. 2005–2007, granted by CRDF.
  87. Analysis of brain local hyperthermia-induced morphofunctional changes. 2005-2007, granted by Georgian Academy of Sciences.
  88. Sleep complaints assessment in refugee population from Abkhazia, including children, born in Tbilisi. 2004-2006, granted by ESRS and Sanofi Synthelabo.
  89. Objects in flow: streaming and integration. 2004-2006, granted by NATO Scientific Program.
  90. Multi-sited enzyme systems and modifiers (classification and main kinetic parameters). 2004-2005, granted by Georgian Academy of Sciences.
  91. Hierarchical organization of visual analyzing procces. 2004-2005, granted by Georgian Academy of Sciences.
  92. The role of the entorhinal and septal impulses in the mechanisms of declarative memory in rats. 2004-2005, granted by Georgian Academy of Sciences.
  93. Correction of toluene-induced changes in cortical and subcortical structures using some antioxidants. 2004–2005, granted by Georgian Academy of Sciences.
  94. Electrophysiological investigation of Cingulate Gyrus during learning process. 2004-2005, granted by Georgian Academy of Sciences.
  95. Changes in local and generalized hippocampal convulsive reactions during different functional conditions of brain. 2004-2005, granted by Georgian Academy of Sciences.
  96. Electrophysiological investigation of non-hypothalamic connections of Vasopressin- and Oxytocin-producing hypothalamic supraoptical nucleus. 2004-2005, granted by Georgian Academy of Sciences.
  97. The role of basal nuclei in modulation of cortical neuronal activity and their hemodynamic changes. 2004-2005, granted by Georgian Academy of Sciences.
  98. The study of psychoneuroimmunological aspects of stress. 2003-2005, granted by Georgian Academy of Sciences.
  99. Age-dependent cognitive and cerebrovascular changes under the normal and antihypertension therapy conditions. 2003-2005, granted by Georgian Academy of Sciences.
  100. High resolution lateral imaging of neurological activity using novel sensitive microbiosensors. 2002-2005, granted by INTAS.
  101. Ecological monitoring of the military land of Georgia. 2002-2004, granted by ISTC.
  102. Neuropsychological and neurological   characteristics of the left-handed children. 2002-2004, granted by Georgian Academy of Sciences.
  103. The main principles and methods for deciphering molecular mechanism of multi -sited enzyme systems. 2002-2003, granted by Georgian Academy of Sciences.
  104. Investigation of Top-Down and Bottom-Up of visual information processing. 2002-2003, granted by Georgian Academy of Sciences.
  105. The changes of Ras/NF-kB system in brain during hyperammonemia and hypoinsulinemia. 2002-2003, granted by Georgian Academy of Sciences.
  106. Influence of toluene intoxication on the postnatal development of cortical and subcortical structures of the motor system. 2002–2003, granted by Georgian Academy of Sciences.
  107. Study of the neuronal mechanisms of emotional aspects of pain. 2002-2003, granted by Georgian Academy of Sciences.
  108. Significance of mesodiencephalic structures in the development of epilepsy. 2002-2003, granted by Georgian Academy of Sciences.
  109. Electrophysiological investigation of the “Biological Clock” of neurosecretory Vasopressin-producing suprachiasmatic nucleus of hypothalamus. 2002-2003, granted by Georgian Academy of Sciences.
  110. Electrophysiological investigation of the functionally different areas of hippocampus during learning process. 2002-2003, granted by Georgian Academy of Sciences.
  111. Neurophysiological mechanisms of analgesia. 2002-2003, granted by Georgian Academy of Sciences.
  112. Participation of Ras in neurological disesase. 2001-2005, granted by INTAS.
  113. Prevention of amebiasis in Georgia. 2001-2005, granted by ISTC.
  114. Isolation and characteristics of antiepileptic compounds from the plant Aquilegia vulgaris. 2001-2004, granted by ISTC.
  115. Calcium/calmodulin dependent Protein Kinase II and recognitive memory in chickens. 2001-2003, granted by English Royal Society.
  116. Analysis of morpho-functional and behavioral characteristics under conditions of Sildenaphyl Citrate influence on the CNS. 2001-2003, granted by Georgian Academy of Sciences.
  117. Neuroprotective effects of creatine. 2001-2002, granted by CRDF.
  118. Comperative investigation of the effects of opioid and non-opioid substances on sleep-wakefulness cycle, learning and memory. 2000-2004, granted by Georgian Academy of Sciences.
  119. Novel methods for correction of brain functions in depression and after antidepressant treatment. 2000-2003, granted by ISTC.
  120. Role of the left hemisphere in the spatial orientation. 2000-2002, granted by Georgian Academy of Sciences
  121. Role of transport ATP-ases in the regulation of synaptic transmission mechanisms. 2000-2002, granted by Georgian Academy of Sciences.
  122. Study of the influence of Adenosine blockers on the generation and termination of self-administration of some opioids. 2000-2001, granted by Georgian Academy of Sciences.
  123. The role of some diencephalic structures in the development of audiogenic convulsive reactions and determination of possible mechanisms of their modulation. 2000-2001, granted by Georgian Academy of Sciences.
  124. Neuroendocrine System and Stress. The role of Vasopressin- and Oxytocin-producing hypothalamo-pituitary neurosecretory system in the organization of the response to the stressful stimulation. 2000-2001, granted by Georgian Academy of Sciences.
  125. Investigation of hippocampal mechanisms of the memory trace consolidation. 2000-2001, granted by Georgian Academy of Sciences.
  126. Cortical mechanisms of endogenous analgesia. 2000-2001, granted by Georgian Academy of Sciences.
  127. Cortical mechanisms of endogenous analgesia and the study of affective-emotional correlates. 2000-2001, granted by Georgian Academy of Sciences.
  128. Formation of the motor system under alcohol intoxication. 2000 – 2001, granted by Georgian Academy of Sciences.
  129. Adhesion properties of charge isomers of Myelin Basic Protein. 1999-2001, granted by INTAS.
  130. Glutamate-induced neurotoxicity and its protection by sigma-active subsatances and flavonoides. 1999-2001, granted by Georgian Academy of Sciences.
  131. Involvement of the thalamic reticular nucleus in the development of epilepsy. 1998-2000, granted by Swedish Royal Academy.