ILIA STATE UNIVERSITY

RESEARCH PROJECTS

RESEARCH PROJECTS IMPLEMENTED BY LABORATORY OF SLEEP-WAKEFULNESS STUDY

Current research projects and those implemented in 2013-2017

  1. Sleep-Wake Cycle Relationship Mechanisms and their Role in Integrative Functioning of Brain  (the university project, 2016-2017);
  1. Critical Periods of Postnatal Development of Sleep-Wake Behaviour: New Area of Studying Mechanisms of Sleep Homeostasis (the project has been financed by Shota Rustaveli National Science Fund,2016);
  2. Prevalence of Sleep-Related Disorders and Genetic Factors in Georgian Population Associated to it (Programme SCOPES - #IZ76Z0_165492,2016);
  3. Neurological and Biological Mechanisms for Interrelations between Sleep and Wakefulness Phases in Sleep-Wakefulness Cycle and their Role in Integrative Functioning of Brain  (the university project, 2014);
    1. Knowledge-Based Partnership in Georgia to Develop Sleep Medicine Research Platform and Contribute to Sleep Science (the project has been financed by National Science Foundation of Switzerland, with coordinators being Nato Darchia (Ilia State University) and Katerina Espa-Servena (university hospital of Geneva));
    2. Critical Periods of Postnatal Development of Sleep-Wake Behaviour: Studying Supposed Mechanisms of Sleep Homeostasis. 
  1. Sleep-Wake Cycle Relationship Mechanisms and their Role in Integrative Functioning of Brain  (the university project, 2015);
  2. Sleep-Related Problems in Georgian Adolescents – Is Changing Location of Any Significance? (the project has been financed by the the U.S. Civilian Research and Development Foundation (CRDF -Global), Shota Rustaveli National Science Foundation (SRNSF) and Georgian Science and Technology Development Foundation (GSTDF),2015);
  1. Critical Periods of Postnatal Development of Sleep-Wake Behaviour: New Area of Studying Mechanisms of Sleep Homeostasis (the project has been financed by Shota Rustaveli National Science Fund,2014);
  2. Neurological and Biological Mechanisms of Cause and Effect Relations between Phases in Sleep-Wake Cycle and their Role in Integrative Functioning of Brain;
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