Received Grants

Received Grants:  

2016-2019 KEGA: Online and printed version of Textbook of Deramatovenerology with autodidactic test. 


2012-2015 Operational Programme Research and Development, European Regional Development Fund, “The study of the impact of systemic therapy with or without modification of diet and lifestyle on comorbidity in patients with moderate to severe psoriasis.” ITMS 26240220065 Partner. Head of Project: Professor Mária Šimaljaková, M.D., PhD.


2014 Grant UK UK/107/2014: „Isolation of high-risk HPVs from papilomatous lesions of skin and mucous membranes.“ – Head of Project: MUDr. Martina Part


2014 Grant UK UK/82/2014: „Psychosocial aspects of skin diseases.“ Head of Project: MUDr. Zuzana Rajczyová


2009 – 2011 VEGA 1/0145/09 „Imunogenetic determination of population with psoriasis vulgaris, pemphigus vulgaris“, in cooperation with Dept.of Immunology, Faculty of Medicine, Comenius University

2009-2011 VEGA 1/0446/09 ,,Monitoring of cytokines level changes in blood and skin lesions during the treatment of psoriasis with biologics in correlation with clinical picture.” Head of Project: Professor Mária Šimaljaková, M.D., PhD.

2006 - 2008 VEGA  1/3437/06 ,, Genetic Predisposition to Development of Autoimmune Diseases" – in collaboration with the Department of Immunology, Comenius University School of Medicine in Bratislava, and the Department of Virology, Slovak Academy of Sciences, Bratislava.”Head of Project: Professor Milan Buc, M.D., DrSc.

2000 - 2002 VEGA 1/7359/20 ,, Immunomodulatory and Antiinflammatory Effects of Natural Phenols" – in collaboration with the Faculty of Pharmaceutical Medicine, Comenius University in Bratislava. 

 1996 – 1998 VEGA 1/3189/96 ,,Environment and its Efficacy on the Development and Spreading of Mycotic Infections.“

 1998 – 2000 VEGA 1/5162  ,,Current threat of Population with the Most Common Anthropozoonosis – Lyme Borreliosis.“

 2000 KEGA ,,Textbook of Dermatovenerology.“