Research areas

The scientific subjects of the RE Kavetsky IEPOR of NASU are carried out according to the perspective directions that were approved by the Resolution of the Bureau of the Department of Biochemistry, Physiology and Molecular Biology of the NAS of Ukraine (November 28, 2013; protocol No. 10).

  • Studies of malignant transformation markers and identification of signs of tumor stem cells for early and differential cancer diagnosis and disease prognosis
  • Studies of tumor cells biology and their microenvironment factors aimed at developing the methodology for individualized correction of «tumor-host» interaction
  • Studies of molecular genetic basis of metabolic processes regulation in tumor disease and design of biotechnological and sorption agents for their pharmacological correction
  • Studies of the nanoparticles and nanocomposites effects on normal and tumor cells metabolism and the development of approaches for targeted therapy
  • Studies of carcinogenic environmental factors impact on the process of oncogenesis and the development of effective prevention tools.

The above mentioned scientific topics completely correspond to

  • Priority directions of development of science and technology in Ukraine, approved by the Law
    of Ukraine (October 16, 2012; No. 5460-VI (5460-17):

1. «Basic research on the most important problems of the development of scientific, technical, socio-economic, socio-political, human potential for ensuring the competitiveness of Ukraine in the world and sustainable development of society and the state»

2. «Life sciences, new technologies for the prevention and treatment of the most common diseases»

  • Medium-term priority directions of innovation activity of the national level for 2017-2021, approved by the Resolution of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine (December 28, 2016; No. 1056):

5. «Implementation of new technologies and equipment for high-quality health care, treatment, pharmaceutics»
5.2. Development of new methods for the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of the most common human diseases.