• On 15th and 16th November 2018 the festive Conference to celebrate its 100th anniversary will be held at the Nencki Institute. During the conference we will present the greatest achievements of the Institute's employees and doctoral students...

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  • The Nencki Institute has received founding within the Dioscuri Programme, to establish two Centres of Scientific Excellence of Max Planc. One Center will be focused on metabolic diseases, led by Dr Grzegorz Sumara from University of Würzburg, Germany; the second one will be established within the field of regulation of genes expression, led by Dr Aleksandra Pękowska from National Institutes of Health, US.

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  • The 3rd PhD Conference of the Nencki Institute

    The 3rd PhD Conference of the Nencki Institute took place on 11th and 12th October at the CN lecture hall. A total of 165 participants attended the event, and 148 scientific abstracts were submitted. The conference was officially inaugurated by prof. Agnieszka Dobrzyń, the Director of Nencki Institute.

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  • Prof. dr hab. Leszek Kaczmarek and dr hab. Ewelina Knapska are laureates of the International Research Agendas (MAB) competition run by Foundation for Polish Science. A grant, at the amount of PLN 39 mln, is assigned to create at the Nencki Institute, the Center of Excellence in Neural Plasticity and Disorders – BRAINCITY – an International Research Agenda. Our strategic partner in this program is  European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL). 

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Nencki Institute selected publications

Bonora M, Wieckowski MR, Sinclair DA, Kroemer G, Pinton P, Galluzzi L. (2018) Targeting mitochondria for cardiovascular disorders: therapeutic potential and obstacles. Nat. Rev. Cardiol. doi: 10.1038/s41569-018-0074-0. IF = 15.162

Louka P, Vasudevan KK, Guha M, Joachimiak E, Wloga D, Tomasi RF, Baroud CN, Dupuis-Williams P, Galati DF, Pearson CG, Rice LM, Moresco JJ, Yates JR 3rd, Jiang YY, Lechtreck K, Dentler W, Gaertig J. (2018) Proteins that control the geometry of microtubules at the ends of cilia. J. Cell Biol. doi: 10.1083/jcb.201804141.
IF = 8.784


Guneykaya D, Ivanov A, Hernandez DP, Haage V, Wojtas B, Meyer N, Maricos M, Jordan P, Buonfiglioli A, Gielniewski B, Ochocka N, Cömert C, Friedrich C, Artiles LS, Kaminska B, Mertins P, Beule D, Kettenmann H, Wolf SA. (2018) Transcriptional and Translational Differences of Microglia from Male and Female Brains. Cell Rep. 24(10): 2773-2783.e6. IF = 8.032

Ulanska-Poutanen J, Mieczkowski J, Zhao C, Konarzewska K, Kaza B, Pohl HBF, Bugajski L, Kaminska B, Franklin RJM, Zawadzka M. (2018) Injury-induced perivascular niche supports alternative differentiation of adult rodent CNS progenitor cells. eLife 7:e30325. IF = 7.616

Hunt MJ, Adams NE, Średniawa W, Wójcik DK, Simon A, Kasicki S, Whittington MA. (2018) The olfactory bulb is a source of high-frequency oscillations (130-180 Hz) associated with a subanesthetic dose of ketamine in rodents. Neuropsychopharmacology doi: 10.1038/s41386-018-0173-y.
IF = 6.544

Więckowska A, Gajewska-Woźniak O, Głowacka A, Ji B, Grycz K, Czarkowska-Bauch J, Skup M. (2018) Spinalization and locomotor training differentially affect muscarinic acetylcholine receptor type 2 abutting on α-motoneurons innervating the ankle extensor and flexor muscles.
J. Neurochem. doi: 10.1111/jnc.14567. IF = 4.609