Projects / International


Molecular Medicine Center participates in various projects with its international partners.

 

Project Title 

Year

Principal Investigator (PI)/Co-Principal Investigator (coPI)

Organisation

Collaborative Project on Rare Epileptic Syndromes 

2011-2014

PI

EUROCORES

Types of Impulsivity in addicted to drugs and stimulants

2011-2014

PI: J. Vasileva

University of Chicago, USA

Molecular biology of tyrosyl-tRNA synthetase (YARS) mutations associated with peripheral neuropathy

2008-2012

PI: Prof. Vincent Timmerman; Co-PI: Prof. Albena Jordanova, Prof. Patrick Callerts

National Genetics Laboratory Interuniversity of Antwerp,
Belgium

Genetic and phenotype study of partial epilepsies in Gypsies

2007-2010 

Prof. L. Kalaydjieva, PI; Prof. I.Turnev and Rad Kaneva co- Pis

University of Western Australia
NGL / MMC, MU-Sofia

Genetic epidemiology of opioid dependence in Bulgaria

2006-2011

Assoc. Prof. A. Todorov , PhD,  PI;
Prof. I. Kremensky ,MD, PhD and
Prof.P.Lazarov , co-PI

Washington University School of Medicine; NGL, MU - Sofia and Bulgarian Addictions Institute

Enhancing the capacity of biomedical research in Bulgaria: Molecular Medicine Centre

2004-2007

Prof. I. Kremensky , MD, PhD Coordinator

National Genetics Laboratory

Bipolar Affective Disorder in a Genetic Isolate

2005-2007

Prof. L. Kalaydjieva, PI; Rad Kaneva, PhD, co- PI

University of Western Australia;
National Genetics Laboratory and Molecular Medicine Center, MU-Sofia

Identification of the gene for dominant intermediate Charcot-Marie-Tooth neuropathy type C (DI-CMT C)

2004-2006

Assoc. Prof. Albena Jordanova, PhD

National Genetics Laboratory and Interuniversity of Antwerp, Belgium

Molecular Genetics of Dominant Intermediate Charcot-Marie-Tooth Neuropathies (DI-CMT)

 01.01 - 31.12.2006

Assoc. Prof. Albena Jordanova, PhD

National Genetics Laboratory and Interuniversity of Antwerp, Belgium

Genotype – phenotype correlations and identification of the gene for dominant intermediate Charcot-Marie-Tooth neuropathy type C (DI-CMT C)

2003-2006

Prof. Dr. Florian Thomas, PI
Assist. Prof. Dr. Albena Jordanova, coPI

Department of Neurology, Saint Louis University, USA and National Genetics Laboratory