Αchievements 5-Year

RESEARCH

Research Publications (2014-2018)

In this five year period research projects carried out in laboratories of the Hellenic Pasteur Institute or in collaboration with researchers from other Academic Institutions (National or international) gave rise to >250 publications in peer reviewed journals. The Impact Factor (IF) of the Year the manuscript was published, as retrieved from the BioxBio search tool www.bioxbio.com/if/ , is presented in the Table below:

Year of PublicationAverage IFRange of IF > 5% Publications with IF > 5
20143,5815.722 - 13,30923,25
20153,7545,649 - 12,38411,76
20165,1965,071 - 20,25739,06
20174,2285,168 - 17,87226,66
20184,4266,689 - 25,14825

Τhe total number of citations for the publications of 2014-2018 are 2.307 (WoS)/2572 (Scopus) with most highly cited the papers listed in the table below:

Most highly cited publications (2014-2018)
Daikos GL, Tsaousi S, Tzouvelekis LS, Anyfantis I, Psichogiou M, Argyropoulou A, Stephanou I, Sypsa V, Miriagou V, Nepka M, Markogiannakis A, Goukos D, Skoutelis A. (2014). Carbapenemase-producing Klebsiella pneumoniae bloodstream infections: lowering mortality by antibiotic combination schemes and the role of carbapenems. Antimicrobial Agents & Chemotherapy; 58(4): 2322-8 (241 citations)
Sidera K, Patsavoudi E HSP90 Inhibitors (2014). Current Development and Potential in Cancer Therapy. RECENT PATENTS ON ANTI-CANCER DRUG DISCOVERY 9(1):1-20 (100 citations)
Probert L (2015). TNF and its receptors in the CNS: the essential, the desirable and the deleterious effects. J. Neuroscience 302:2-22. Review (109 citations)
Karagkouni D, Paraskevopoulou MD, Chatzopoulos S, Vlachos IS, Tastsoglou S, Kanellos I, Papadimitriou D, Kavakiotis I, Maniou S, Skoufos G, Vergoulis T, Dalamagas T, Hatzigeorgiou AG. (2018). DIANA-TarBase v8: a decade-long collection of experimentally supported miRNA-gene interactions. Nucleic Acids Res. 46(D1):D239-D245 (26 citations)

Programs and competitive funding for 2010-2018

During the referred time period HPI researchers have succeeded in attracting competitive funding for their research projects from various funding agencies. The amount of granted funding and the type of grants are presented in the table below.

HPI Scientific Projects / Programs and competitive funding 2010-2018

Type of fundingFunding managed by HPI (€) Funding managed by ELKE or personal funding for sponsorships (€)
Total 18.772.252,00895.500,00
Research & Development /Industrial (collaboration w/industries)5.862.336,00
Grants 3.388.562,0020.000
National competitive4.159.750,00530.000
NSF/NFRI*939.500,00249.500
European competitive2.762.328,000
Other International1.659.776,0096.000

* NSF/NFRI : National Science foundation/National Foundation for Research and Inovation

Analytical information on Scientific Projects / Programs and competitive funding (duration, budget funding agencies) for all scientific projects during the reference period is presented in the tables that will appear when you click the buttons below:

EDUCATION

During the last 5 Years (2014-2018), in laboratories of HPI, were trained and carried out their thesis research work 71 graduate (39 MSc and 32 PhD) and 23 undergraduate students.  Currently 27 theses (4 undergraduate, 5 MSc and 17 PhD) are in progress. The majority of the students were enrolled in Greek Universities but there are cases of students enrolled in Universities of other European countries (i.e. France, Germany and Denmark).

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Scholarships granted 2013-2018

For the reference period a total of 15 scholarships from National (and International Funding Agencies were achieved to support Predoc and Post-doctoral fellows carrying out their work in HPI Research Labs or for their training in International Institutions.

Funding agencies:

  • HSSF (IKY):  Hellenic State Scholarship Foundation
  • IKYDA: IKY and the German Society for Academic Exchanges
  • ELIDEK: National Foundation of Research and Inovation
  • ELPEN: Pharmaceutical Industry
  • FENS: Network for European Neuroscience Schools

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