Press Releases

The workshop Nanoscopy Studies vol.1, Theoretical and Practical sessions with LEICA STED 3X took place on 19-21 September 2017 at the Centre of Biosciences SAS. The workshop focussed on advanced imaging technologies in biology using the super-resolution microscope LEICA STED 3X, obtained with the aid of EU Structural Funds (ITMS: 26230120006). (more…)

Nicer public space in DMCR. Pavilion of Medical Sciences build up a modern space for our work, which we gradually humanize. Marta Novotová contributed in an original way. Together with Martin Baláž from the Faculty of Architecture, STU they collaborate on the project Research by design, within which they created artworks inspired by the micro-cosmos that we study. Come to see it. (more…)

calcium channel

16. 1. 2017
The Scientific Board of IMPG SAS evaluated as the most significant result of 2016 in basic research the work by authors J. Gaburjáková, M. Gaburjáková Cardiac ryanodine receptor: Selectivity for alkaline earth metal cations points to the EF-hand nature of luminal binding sites (more…)

calcium release

16. 1. 2017
The Scientific Board of IMPG SAS evaluated as the most significant result of 2016 in the field of international collaboration the work by authors M. Cagalinec, M. Liiv, Z. Hodurova, M.A. Hickey, A. Vaarmann, M. Mandel, A. Zeb, V. Choubey, M. Kuum, D. Safiulina, E. Vasar, V. Veksler, A. Kaasik: Role of Mitochondrial Dynamics in Neuronal Development: Mechanism for Wolfram Syndrome (more…)

Eli_3m

15.12.2016
Slovak citizenship to a foreign SAS scholarship holder. MMedSc. Eliyahu Dremencov, PhD., who received a SAS scholarship to work in what are now the Institute of Molecular Physiology and Genetics, Centre of Biosciences SAS and the Institute of Experimental Endocrinology, Centre of Biomedical Sciences SAS, received Slovak citizenship. (more…)

11.10.2016
Open Doors Day of the Institute of Molecular Physiology and Genetics, Slovak Academy of Sciences, will take place on November 11, 2016, as an event of the Science and Technology Week in the Slovak Republic. The lecture “How the heart beats” will be followed by excursion to laboratories. (more…in Slovak)

22.9.2016
Prize of the literary fund, 2015 for extraordinary number of citations per one publication
category: Biological and Health Sciences
was awarded in Bratislave, September 22, 2016 to Marta Gaburjáková, PhD. and coauthors for the 3rd place. (more…)

9.9.2016
Prize of EBSA (European Biophysical Societies` Association), 2016.
was awarded in Bratislava, September 9, 2016 to Lucia Lapínová at international conference: “4th European Joint Theoretical/Experimental Meeting on Membranes” organized under the auspices of EBSA. (more…)

encyklopedia

17.6.2016
SAS News: Scientists from SAS will examine opioid receptors in the brain. Interview with the Principal investigator of the starting APVV project doc. Ľubica Lacinová from Institute of Molecular Physiology and Genetics SAS. (more…in Slovak)

encyklopedia

06.05.2016
Institute of Molecular Physiology and Genetics SAS obtained  permission from the Regional Authority of Public Health in Bratislava for experimental work on the premises of the new building Pavilion of Medical Sciences.  (more…in Slovak)

prof Loganovsky and dr. Dremencov

28. 4. 2016
On the occasion of the conference ČERNOBYĽ 1986 – MINULOSŤ, DÔSLEDKY, VÝCHODISKÁ Prof. Dr. Konstantin Loganovsky from Kyiev (Ukraine) visited Bratislava as a guest of the Institute of Nation’s Memory and Slovak Academy of Sciences. His visit was initiated and organized Institute of Molecular Physiology and Genetics SAS  (more…in Slovak)

SpravySAV

14. 1. 2016
In the latest issue of the journal Správy SAV (Vol. 51 No. 6, 2015), three articles on IMPG SAS: On p. 4-5 in the article “New facilities for cutting-edge research “ the editor, Martin Podstupka,  writes about opening of new facilities on the SAS campus in Bratislava’s Patrónka. One of them is the Pavilion of Medical Sciences, the new building into which IMPG SAS relocated at the end of 2015. On p. 8 – 10 there is an interview with the director of IMPG SAS Ing. Zdena Sulová, DrSc. First assignment : consolidation”, with information on the departments of our institute and on the changes related to delimitation of several employees and to the transfer into the new building. On p. 11 in the article “At the heart of the heart” RNDr. Ivan Zahradník, CSc. talks with M. Podstupka about the Award of SAS that was awarded to a collective of investigators from IMPG SAS and IMB SAS for a set of research publications “Structure and function of the ryanodine receptor in relation to cardiac function “. (more…in Slovak)

OPVaV

10. 1. 2016
Consortium of Institute for Heart Research SAS (principal partner), Institute of Moecular Physiology and Genetics SAS and Faculty of Chemistry and Food Technology STU (partners) in the call OPVaV-2015/3.1/01-SORO within the demand-driven project

Completing the infrastructure for modern research of lifestyle diseases ITMS: 26230120006 obtained grant assistance for the construction and completion of major research infrastructure for top biomedical and biotechnology research. (more…)

calcium channel

19. 11. 2015
The Scientific Board of IMPG SAS evaluated as the most significant result of 2015 in basic research the work by authors M. Karmažínová, K. Jašková, P. Griač, E. Perez-Reyes, Ľ. Lacinová Gating of T-type calcium channels is controlled by the voltage sensor in domain I (more…)

multidrug resistane

19. 11. 2015
The Scientific Board of IMPG SAS evaluated as the most significant result of 2015 of application type the work by authors D. Imrichová, L. Messingerová, M. Šereš, H. Kavcová, L. Pavlíková, M. Cocuľová, K. Turáková, A. Jonášová, M. Barančík, L. Poleková, L. Gibalová, A. Breier, Z. Sulová: Molecular mechanisms affecting treatment of AML and MDS  (more…)

calcium release

19. 11. 2015
The Scientific Board of IMPG SAS evaluated as the most significant result of 2015 in the field of international collaboration the work by authors P. Petrovič, I. Valent, E. Cocherová, J. Pavelková, A. Zahradníková: Ryanodine receptor controls formation of calcium waves in cardiac myocytes (more…)