Projects

December 2017. - December 2018. Predictive models in cardiometabolic risk quantification in AP Vojvodina

The project is financed by the Provincial Committee for Science and Technological Development of the Autonomous Province of Vojvodina. PI: FTN UNS Aleksandar Kupusinac, PhD. PI for  PMF UNS: Silvana Andric, PhD.

 

2016. - 2018. MODERN ACHIEVEMENTS AND METHODS IN human PHYSIOLOGY.

Program of continuous professional development of teachers, educators and professional associates for  2016/2017. and 2017/2018. school year.

 

December 2016 - december 2017. SUSTAINING THE DEVELOPMENT OF HYPOGNADADISM IN AGING: EFFECT OF CGMP - DEPENDED MECHANISMS

The project is financed by the Provincial Committee for Science and Technological Development of the Autonomous Province of Vojvodina. PI: Tatjana Kostić, PhD,  Faculty of Sciences, Novi Sad.


01.06.2016. – 31.12.2019. Are the reproductive hormones and their signaling, molecular mechanisms linking stress, metabolic syndrome and aging? (114-451-2856)

The project is financed by the Provincial Committee for Science and Technological Development of the Autonomous Province of Vojvodina. PI: Silvana Andrić, PhD,  Faculty of Sciences, Novi Sad.

 

2016. – 2020. participation in COST CA15203 akciji “Mitochondrial mapping: Evolution - Age - Gender - Lifestyle - Environment (MITOEAGLE )

(http://www.cost.eu/COST_Actions/ca/CA15203)

 

01.01.2016. - 31.12.2017. Long-term effects of stress on development of male sexual behavior and steroidogenesis and mitochondrial signalosome in testis

Bilateral cooperation between Serbia-Slovenia; program is financed from the Serbian Ministry of Education, Science and Technological Development.  PI: Gregor Majdic, PhD, Veterinary Faculty (University of Ljubljana) and Medical Faculty (University of Maribor); PI for UNS PMF: Silvana Andric, PhD.

 

01.01.2014. - 31.12.2016. The CNG channels in Leydig cell - identification, characterization and functional coupling to testosterone production

The project is financed from the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts and Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic. PI: Silvana Andrić, PhD,  Faculty of Sciences, Novi Sad.

 

2014. – 2018. participation in COST BM1402 akciji “Development of a European network for preclinical testing of interventions in mouse models of age and age-related diseases (MouseAGE)

(http://www.cost.eu/COST_Actions/bmbs/BM1402)


01.01.2014. - 31.12.2015. Synchronization of the Leydig cell circadian timing system: coupling cAMP signaling to clock

Bilateral cooperation between Serbia-Slovenia; program is financed from the Serbian Ministry of Education, Science and Technological Development.  PI: Tatjana Kostić, PhD, Faculty of Sciences, Novi Sad.

 

2012. – 2016. Participation in  COST BM1105 akciji “GnRH deficiency: Elucidation of the  neuroendocrine control of human reproduction”

(http://www.cost.eu/domains_actions/bmbs/Actions/BM1105 )

and  "GnRH Network – neuroendocrine control of reproduction"

(http://www.gnrhnetwork.eu/hhn_home.htm )

 

01.01.2011. – 31.12.2014. MOLECULAR MECHANISMS AND SIGNAL TRANSDUCTION PATHWAYS INVOLVED IN REGULATION OF STEROIDOGENESIS AND ADAPTATION OF LEYDIG CELLS TO DISTURBED STEROIDOGENESIS  (OI173057)

The project is co-financed from the program of basic research Serbian Ministry of Education, Science and Technological Development. PI: Tatjana Kostić, PhD, Faculty of Sciences, Novi Sad.

 

01.05.2011. – 31.04.2014. SIGNALING PATHWAYS AND MOLECULAR MECHANISMS INVOLVED IN THE MAINTENANCE OF HOMEOSTASIS OF SEX STEROIDS (APV3417)

The project is co-financed by the Provincial Committee for Science and Technological Development of the Autonomous Province of Vojvodina. PI: Silvana Andrić, PhD,  Faculty of Sciences, Novi Sad.

 

01.12.2009. – 31.11.2012. INVESTIGATING THE ROLE OF THE INSULIN RECEPTOR FAMILY IN REGULATING TESTICULAR STEROIDOGENESIS ON MICE LACKING BOTH INSR AND IGF1R SPECIFICALLY IN LEYDIG CELLS (INSRFX/FX;IGF1RFX/FX;CYP17CRE) (IZ73Z0-128070)

The project is co-financed by the Swiss National Science Foundation (SNSF) SCOPES Eastern Europe program. PI: Serge Nef, PhD, DGMD, Faculty of Medicine, University of Geneva (Geneva, Switzerland); PI for UNS PMF: Silvana Andric, PhD.

 

01.01.2010. – 31.12.2012. EVALUATION OF LEYDIG-CELL-SPECIFIC KNOCKOUT OF CYP51 GENE FUNCTION ON SPERMATOGENESIS

Bilateral cooperation between Serbia-Slovenia; program co-financed from the Serbian Ministry of Education, Science and Technological Development. Partner: Biotechnical Faculty University of Ljubljana (Ljubljana, Slovenia). PI: Simon Horvat, PhD. PI for UNS PMF: Silvana Andric, PhD.

 

01.06.2006. – 31.12.2010. Molecular physiology of leydig cells in response to stress(Apv02530)

The project is co-financed by the Provincial Committee for Science and Technological Development of the Autonomous Province of Vojvodina. PI: Silvana Andrić, PhD,  Faculty of Sciences, Novi Sad.

 

01.01.2006. – 31.12.2010. No-cGMP related mechanisms in regulation of Leydig cell steroidogenesis (ON143055)

National Ministry of Science and Environmental Potection. PI: Tatjana Kostić, PhD, Faculty of Sciences, Novi Sad.

 

01.01.2008. - 31.12.2009. cGMp involvement in inflamatory response of chicken macrophage to mycoplasma synoviae

Bilateral cooperation between Serbia-Slovenia; program is financed from the Serbian Ministry of Education, Science and Technological Development.  PI: Tatjana Kostić, PhD, Faculty of Sciences, Novi Sad.

 

01.07.2006. - 31.06.2007. Support to higher education in serbia and montenegro in 2005/2007 (8093-01-2005)

The project is financed by WUS Austra. PI: Silvana Andrić, PhD,  Faculty of Sciences, Novi Sad.