The task of the laboratory is to obtain new knowledge about the occurrence and development of aggressive tumors, as well as to find ways to most effectively prevent these processes.
The laboratory carries out interdisciplinary research at the intersection of molecular and cellular biology, biophysics, biomedicine, nanobiotechnologies, aimed at the fundamental study of carcinogenesis processes at the molecular (molecular genetic), cellular, organo-tissue levels and at the level of the whole organism.
It is planned to develop schemes for oncodiagnostics and oncotherapy, demonstrating the effectiveness of anticancer drugs in vivo, comparable to that in a test tube - in vitro., Incl. study of schemes of combined (combined) chemotherapy, photothermal, photodynamic therapy, hyperthermia, magnetically induced therapy
Development of in vitro cell models, relevant reflecting the processes of growth and development of tumors for large-scale screening of anticancer drugs
Creation of a biobank of tumor/cancer cells based on
tumor samples, characterization of lines
Development of methods for bioimaging processes
tumor spread, life-time in vivo imaging