Ľubomír Tomáška’s Research Projects
 

Ongoing projects:

International:

  1. National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (2R01ES013773-06A1). Nucleoprotein structures at telomeres and sites of DNA damage. [09/2011-04/2016, Ľ. Tomáška: foreign collaborator; principal investigator: Prof. Jack D. Griffith, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC, USA]


National

  1. Slovak Research and Development Agency grant (APVV-15-0022) Nucleo-protein interactions as a basis for maintenance of genomic stability (2016-2019)

  2. Slovak Grant Agency grant (VEGA 1/0052/16) Molecular mechanisms of nucleo-mitochondrial communication within eukaryotic cells (2016-2019)


Previous projects:

International

  1. Fogarty International Research Collaboration Award (2-R03-TW005654-04A1). Studies of Telomere Structure Using Yeast Model Systems. Fogarty International Center of the National Institutes of Health. (Foreign P.I., with Dr. Jack D. Griffith, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC, USA) (2006-2009)

  2. UNESCO-ROSTE (875.847.5) TalNet: Workshop for boosting a systematic search of talents for life sciences in Eastern Europe. (2005)

  3. Grant of The Ellison Medical Foundation for support of the XXII. International Conference on Yeast Genetics and Molecular Biology.  (2005)

  4. Fogarty International Research Collaboration Award (1-R03-TW05654-01, CFDA NO. 93.934) Studies of Telomere Structure Using Yeast Model Systems. Fogarty International Center of the National Institutes of Health. (Foreign P.I., with Dr. Jack D. Griffith, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC, USA) (2001-2005)

  5. International Research Grant Program of University Complutense Madrid and ”Dubček Department” at Comenius University Bratislava. Role of nucleo-mitochondrial interactions in a homeostasis of the eukaryotic cell. (2000-2001)


National

  1. Slovak Research and Development Agency grant (APVV 0035-11) Comparative and functional analysis of nuclear telomeres (2012-2015)

  2. Slovak Grant Agency grant (VEGA 1/0311/12) Molecular mechanisms mediating the effect of ionophores on membrane compartments of eukaryotic cells  (2012-2015)

  3. Slovak Grant Agency grant (VEGA 1/0132/09). Relationships between ion homeostasis and organelle dynamics in eukaryotic cells. (2009-2011)

  4. Slovak Research and Development Agency grant (APVV LPP-0063-07) Motivation of high-school students for life sciences using combination of selective and non-selective popularization activities. (2008-2011)

  5. Slovak Grant Agency grant(VEGA 1/3247/06) - Regulation of yeast mitochondrial biogenesis: Roles of ion transport and protein phosphorylation (2006-2008)

  6. Slovak Agency for Science and Technology grant (APVT-20-001604) - Functional analysis of the nucleo-protein structure of yeast telomeres. (2005-2008)

  7. Slovak Grant Agency grant (KEGA 3/3021/05) – TalNet: A network for systematic search of talents for biomedical sciences. (2005-2007)

  8. Slovak Grant Agency grant (VEGA 1/0006/03) - Nucleo-mitochondrial interactions and their role in yeast morphogenesis and bioenergetics. (2003-2005)

  9. Slovak Grant Agency grant (VEGA 1/7248/20) – The role of organellar interactions in evolution and morphogenesis of eukaryotic cells. (2000-2002)

  10. Slovak Grant Agency grant (VEGA 1/4164/97) – Non-conventional yeast species and prevention against fungal diseases. (1997-1999)

  11. Open Society Fund grant (GH/174/97). Cooperation in research and education of taxonomy and genetics of non-conventional yeast species. (1997)

  12. Grant Open Society Fund, Open Library program (G/37/97). Application software: Vector NTI (1997)


Comenius University Grants

  1. UK/3856/98 – Posttranscriptional and posttranslational regulation of mitochondrila telomere-binding protein of  Candida parapsilosis (1998)

  2. UK/1512/97 – The role of cAMP-dependent phosphorylation in the regulation of yeast mitochondrial DNA binding proteins (1997)