Current grants include:

POLONEZ 3:  Identification of epigenetic mechanisms contributing to glioma drug resistance. 2017 - 2020; PI - J. Mieczkowski

NCBiR STRATEGMED 3: EPIMARKER: Application of novel diagnostic and therapeutical methods in epilepsy and neurodevelopmental abnormalities in children based on the clinical and cellular model of mTOR dependent epilepsy, 2016-2019.

NCBiR STRATEGMED 3: GLIOMED: Molecular diagnostics of gliomas based on circulating cell-free DNA, 2016-2019.

ARSEP Foundation and AFMTELETHON: Myeloid-derived suppressor cells and disease aggressiveness: a novel cell therapy to accelerate myelin repair in multiple sclerosis, 2017-2018; with Dr. Diego Clemente, National Hospital for Paraplegics, Finca "La Peraleda", Toledo, Spain and Fabian Fabian Docagne (University of Caen, France).

Polish-Indian collaborative project: Dissecting the association of miRNAs with mitochondria state and its involvement in mitochondria-mediated inflammation in brain ischemia. 2017-2018; with Dr. Rajesh Singh, Department of Biochemistry, The M S University of Baroda, India.

Symfonia 3 UMO-2015/16/W/NZ2/0013: Atlas of brain regulatory regions and regulatory networks - a novel systems biology approach to pathogenesis of selected neurological disorders. 2015-2019

OPUS 9 : Role of the NFAT-GM-CSF signaling pathway in pathobiology of gliomas. 2015-2017; PI - A. Ellert-Miklaszewska

NCBiR Strategmed1: EPTHERON - Epigenetic therapies in oncology. 2015-2017; PI - B. Kaminska

NCBiR Strategmed2: DIMUNO- Development of new cancer therapies based on selective antitumor immunomodulators. 2015-2017; PI - B. Kaminska

NCBiR DPZ/PBS3/2389/2014 GLIATOR: A novel, complex therapy of gliomas. 2015-2017; PI - B. Kaminska

OPUS 5: 2013/09/B/NZ3/01402: A role of epigenetic mechanisms in pathobiology of gliomas. 2014-2017; PI - Marta Maleszewska

EU INT NeuroInflammation : Determination of microglial phenotypes by intracellular signaling. 2013-2016; PI - B. Kaminska

MAESTRO 2012/04/A/NZ3/00630: The role of glioma-derived signaling molecules in polarization of macrophages and shaping immune microenvironment. 2012-2017; PI - B. Kaminska