Prof. PTAK Grazyna
Prof. PTAK Grazyna

Email: gptak@unite.it

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Facoltà di appartenenza: BIOSCIENZE E TECNOLOGIE AGRO-ALIMENTARI E AMBIENTALI


 
 
 
 

Curriculum accademico

 

Grazyna Ptak è nata in Polonia a Zabrze, il 22.09.1070. Studi Universitari; 1994; laurea in Science Animali presso l'Università di Agricoltura, Cracovia; 2000, PhD in Biologia, presso l'Università Jagiellonica, Cracovia; Incarichi Post Dottorali: 2000, 2004 Babraham Institute, Cambridge, UK; 2001 - Istituto Zootecnico, Sardegna; 2002, Università di Teramo; 2005- ad oggi: ricercatore presso il Dipartimento di Scienze Biomediche Comparate, Università di Teramo. Linee di ricerca: embriologia sperimentale e molecolare, biotecnologie della riproduzione. Attività didattica: 2005 - titolare insegnamento di Tecniche Colturali per Cellule Staminali ed Embriologia Sperimentale presso il corso di Laurea di Biotecnologie. Relatore di tesi di laurea sperimentali di 8 studenti/dottorandi. Relatore invitato ai seguenti seminari/workshop e convegni internazionali: 14th International Congress on Animal Reproduction, Stockholm 2-6 July, 2000; 4th Annual Conference of The European Society for Animal Reprod, Prague 23-25 November; 37th Society for the Study of Reproduction Annual Meeting, Vancouver, Canada 1-4 August, 2004; International Meeting at Magdalene College Cripps Conference Centre, Cambridge, UK 13-15 September, 2007 Roslin Institute, Edinburgh, UK,19.09.2006; European Centre of Excellence ANIMBIOGEN, Poland, May, 2005; North Dakota State University, Fargo, USA, January 9, 2004 and July 26, 2006; Lingue parlate e scritte: Inglese, Italiano, Russo e Polacco. Attività di networking tra le migliori Istituzioni di Ricerca Europee ed Americane operanti sull'Embriologia e sulla Epigenetica; organizzazione di convegni e seminari a livello internazionale; membro dell'Editorial Board della rivista internazionale: Reprod Biol Endocrinol; ad hoc reviewer: Biol. Reprod.; Theriogenology; Reproduction; Reprod Fertil Dev, Reprod Biol Endocrinol, Medical Science Monitor. Coordinatore dei seguenti progetti: 2004 e 2006 British Council/CRUI; 2007-2010 United State Department of Agriculture (USDA), grant 5203-18428; 2007 MIUR/PRIN; 2008-2011 EUROPEAN RESEARCH COUNCIL, Programme IDEAS, grant n.210103. Partecipante ai seguenti progetti di ricerca nazionali : MIUR/FIRB 2002-2005 RBNE01HPMX , MIUR/PRIN 2002, 2005; ed internazionali: European Science Foundation (ESF), ERAS-CT-2003-980409. Partecipante ai seguenti programmi di internazionalizzazione: Royal Society, UK 1998 - Interlink MIUR 2006-2008, EU Cost Programme "Gemini" 2008-2012; http://www.cost-gemini.eu

Curriculum english version

 

Grazyna Ptak, born 22.09.1970, Zabrze, Poland; Education:1994 MS Animal Science and 2000 PhD Biology, Jagiellonian University Cracow Poland; Postdoctoral fellow: 2000, 2004 Babraham Institute, Cambridge, UK; 2001 Zootechnical Institute, Sardinia; 2002 Teramo University, 2005-present: research scientist at Department of Comparative Biomedical Sciences, Teramo University; Scientific Interests: basic and applied molecular embryology, biotechnology of reproduction; Teaching Experience: since 2005 lecturer in Stem Cells Technologies and in Experimental Embryology, Teramo University; thesis advisor: 8 students; Major Invited Symposium and Seminar Talks: 14th International Congress on Animal Reproduction, Stockholm 2-6 July, 2000; 4th Annual Conference of The European Society for Animal Reprod, Prague 23-25 November; 37th Society for the Study of Reproduction Annual Meeting, Vancouver, Canada 1-4 August, 2004; International Meeting at Magdalene College Cripps Conference Centre, Cambridge, UK 13-15 September, 2007 Roslin Institute, Edinburgh, UK,19.09.2006; European Centre of Excellence ANIMBIOGEN, Poland, May, 2005; North Dakota State University, Fargo, USA, January 9, 2004 and July 26, 2006; Knowledge of Languages: English, Italian, Russian and Polish; Synergic Activities: mobility and networking between European and USA institutions, organization of international meetings, member of the editorial board of Reprod Biol Endocrinol; ad hoc reviewer: Biol. Reprod.; Theriogenology; Reproduction; Reprod Fertil Dev, Reprod Biol Endocrinol, Medical Science Monitor; Projects Coordinator: 2004 e 2006 British Council/CRUI; 2007-2010 USDA grant 5203-18428; 2007 MIUR/PRIN; 2008-2011 EUROPEAN RESEARCH COUNCIL, Programme IDEAS, grant n.210103, Project Partner: Italian: MIUR/FIRB 2002-2005 RBNE01HPMX , MIUR/PRIN 2002, 2005 and international grants: ESF, ERAS-CT-2003-980409 and exchange programs: Royal Society UK 1998, Interlink MIUR 2006-2008; EU Cost Programme "Gemini" 2008-2012; http://www.cost-gemini.eu

Pubblicazioni

 
1.FULKA JR J, LOI P, PTAK G., FULKA H, JOHN JS (2009). Hope for the Mammoth?. CLONING AND STEM CELLS, ISSN: 1536-23022.PALMIERI C, LOI P, REYNOLDS LP, PTAK G., DELLA SALDA L (2008). Placental abnormalities in ovine somatic cell clones at term: a light and electron
microscopic investigation. PLACENTA, ISSN: 0143-40043.LOI P, MATSUKAWA K, PTAK G., CLINTON M, FULKA J JR, NATHAN Y, ARAV A (2008). Freeze-dried somatic cells direct embryonic development after
nuclear transfer. PLOS ONE, ISSN: 1932-62034.LOI P, BEAUJEAN N, KHOCHBIN S, FULKA J JR, PTAK G. (2008). Asymmetric nuclear reprogramming in somatic cell nuclear transfer?. BIOESSAYS, ISSN: 0265-92475.LOI P, GALLI C, PTAK G. (2007). Cloning of endangered mammalian species: any progress?. TRENDS IN BIOTECHNOLOGY, vol. 25; p. 195-200, ISSN: 0167-77996.PALMIERI C, LOI P, REYNOLDS LP, PTAK G., DELLA SALDA (2007). Placental abnormalities in ovine somatic cell clones at term: a light and electron microscopic investigation. PLACENTA, vol. 28; p. 577-584, ISSN: 0143-40047.MATSUKAWA K, TURCO MY, SCAPOLO PA, REYNOLDS L, PTAK G., LOI P (2007). Development of sheep androgenetic embryos is busted following transfer of male pronuclei into androgenetic hemi-zygotes. CLONING AND STEM CELLS, ISSN: 1536-23028.LOI P., CLINTON M., VACKOVA I., FULKA JR., J., FEIL R., PALMIERI, DELLA SALDA L., PTAK G. (2006). Placental abnormalities associated with post-natal mortality in sheep somatic cell clones. THERIOGENOLOGY, vol. 65; p. 1110-1121, ISSN: 0093-691X9.PTAK G., LOPES F., MATSUKAWA K., TISCHNER M., LOI P. (2006). Leukaemia inhibitory factor enhances sheep fertilization in vitro via an influence on the oocyte. THERIOGENOLOGY, ISSN: 0093-691X10.BEAUJEAN N, TAYLOR JE, MCGARRY M, GARDNER JO, WILMUT I, LOI P, PTAK G., GALLI C, LAZZARI G, BIRD A, YOUNG LE, MEEHAN RR. (2004). THE EFFECT OF INTERSPECIFIC OOCYTES ON DEMETHYLATION OF SPERM DNA. PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, vol. 101; p. 7636-7640, ISSN: 0027-842411.FULKA J JR, LOI P, FULKA H, PTAK G., NAGAI T. (2004). NUCLEUS TRANSFER IN MAMMALS: NONINVASIVE APPROACHES FOR THE PREPARATION OF CYTOPLASTS. TRENDS IN BIOTECHNOLOGY, vol. 22; p. 279-283, ISSN: 0167-779912.PTAK G., TISCHNER M, BERNABO N, LOI P. (2003). Donor-Dependent Developmental Competence of Oocytes from Lambs Subjected to Repeated Hormonal Stimulation. BIOLOGY OF REPRODUCTION, vol. 69; p. 278-285, ISSN: 0006-336313.P. LOI, J. FULKA JR., PTAK G. (2003). Amphibian and mammals somatic cells cloning: different species common results?. TRENDS IN BIOTECHNOLOGY, vol. 21; p. 471-473, ISSN: 0167-779914.YOUNG LE, SCHNIEKE AE, MCCREATH KJ, WIECKOWSKI S, KONFORTOVA G, FERNANDES K, PTAK G., KIND AJ, WILMUT I, LOI P, FEIL R. (2003). Conservation of IGF2-H19 and IGF2R imprinting in sheep: effects of somatic cell nuclear transfer. MECHANISMS OF DEVELOPMENT, vol. 120; p. 1433-1442, ISSN: 0925-477315.PTAK G., CLINTON M., BARBONI B., MUZZEDDU M., CAPPAI P., TISCHNER M., LOI P. (2002). Preservation of the wild European Mouflon: the first example of genetic management using a complete programme of reproductive technologies. BIOLOGY OF REPRODUCTION, vol. 66; p. 796-801, ISSN: 0006-336316.LOI P, CLINTON M, BARBONI B, FULKA J JR, CAPPAI P, FEIL R, MOOR RM, PTAK G. (2002). Nuclei of nonviable ovine somatic cells develop into lambs after nuclear transplantation. BIOLOGY OF REPRODUCTION, vol. 67; p. 126-132, ISSN: 0006-336317.LOI P, BARBONI B, PTAK G., (2002). CLONING ADVANCES AND CHALLENGES FOR CONSERVATION. TRENDS IN BIOTECHNOLOGY, vol. 20; p. 233, ISSN: 0167-779918.PTAK G., CLINTON M, TISCHNER M, BARBONI B, MATTIOLI M, LOI P. (2002). Improving delivery and offspring viability of in vitro-produced and cloned sheep embryos. BIOLOGY OF REPRODUCTION, vol. 67; p. 1719-1725, ISSN: 0006-336319.LOI P., PTAK G., BARBONI B., FULKA J. JR., CAPPAI P., CLINTON M. NATURE BIOTECHNOLOGY, - . (2001). Genetic rescue of an endangered mammal by cross-species nuclear transfer using post-mortem somatic cells. NATURE BIOTECHNOLOGY, vol. 19; p. 962-964, ISSN: 1087-015620.DATTENA M., PTAK G., LOI P., CAPPAI P. SURVIVAL OF VITRIFIED IN VITRO AND IN VIVO PRODUCED OVINE BLASTOCYSTS. THERIOGENOLOGY, - (2000). SURVIVAL OF VITRIFIED IN VITRO AND IN VIVO PRODUCED OVINE BLASTOCYSTS. THERIOGENOLOGY, vol. 53; p. 1511-1519, ISSN: 0093-691X21.PTAK G., DATTENA M., LOI P., TISCHNER M., CAPPAI P. (1999). Ovum pick up in sheep. Efficiency of in vitro embryo production, vitrification and birth of offspring. THERIOGENOLOGY, vol. 52; p. 1105-1114, ISSN: 0093-691X22.PTAK G., LOI P., DATTENA M., TISCHNER M., CAPPAI P. (1999). Offspring from one month old lambs: Studies on the developmental capability of prepubertal oocytes. BIOLOGY OF REPRODUCTION, vol. 61; p. 1568-1574, ISSN: 0006-3363

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