Funding

Funding from the EU and the USA

  • 1999
    $ 5,000 grant from the Piedmont Orthopaedic Foundation, USA, for the study:
    “Increased osteogenesis by bone grafts and vascularized tissues”
    Dailiana Z, Chen L-E, Seaber AV, Urbaniak JR.
  • 2000
    $ 5,000 grant from the Piedmont Orthopaedic Foundation, USA, for the study:
    “Growth factors for the treatment of osteonecrosis of the femoral head”
    Dailiana ZH, Fink C, Seaber AV, Urbaniak JR.
  • 2000
    $ 15,000 grant from the National Orthopaedic Surgery Fellows Foundation, USA, for the study:
    “Vascular endothelial growth factor (VEGF) and free vascularized bone grafting for the treatment of osteonecrosis of the femoral head”
    Katz M, Dailiana ZH, Urbaniak JR.
  • 2001 (1/1/2001 - 31/12/2003)
    € 54,250 grant from the E.U. (DROMEAS project):
    “A Wearable Platform for the Monitoring of Health Condition and Sport Performance of Athletes and the real-time Prevention of Sport Injuries”
    Malizos KN.
  • 2001 (/1/2001 - 31/12/2003)
    € 99,998 grant from the EU (U/S BONE project):
    “Monitoring of fracture healing”
    Malizos KN.
  • 2003 (1/10/2003 to 30/9/2005)
    € 44,200 grant from the General Administrative Office for Research and Technology, Greece, for the study:
    “Human network for the study and Education for the use of “smart” implants and prosthetics in Medicine”
    Malizos KN.
  • 2006 (1/1/2006  to  31/12/2008)
    € 31,664 grant from the General Administrative Office for Research and Technology, Greece, for the project PENED 2003:
    “Evaluation and Clinical Application of an ultrasound system for the monitoring and healing of long bones factures and the acceleration of therapy time”
    Malizos KN.
  • 2006
    € 20,000 grant from the Hellenic Association of Orthopaedic Surgery & Traumatology (HAOST), Greece, for the 2-year study[BIOMED/CERETETH]:
    “Risk factors for the development of Deep Venous Thrombosis in patients undergoing total hip and knee replacement”
    Dailiana Z, Kollia P, Dimitroulias A, Malizos KN.
  • 2006
    € 20,000 grant from the Hellenic Association of Orthopaedic Surgery & Traumatology (HAOST), Greece, for the 2-year study [BIOMED/CERETETH]:
    “Gene expression and potential drug use in osteoarthritis”
    Malizos KN, Varitimidis S, Tsezou A, Dailiana Z, Simopoulou T, Papatheodorou LK, Samaras D, Gougoulias N.
  • 2006
    € 20,000 grant from the Hellenic Association of Orthopaedic Surgery & Traumatology (HAOST), Greece, for the 2-year study [BIOMED/CERETETH]:
    “Molecular aspects in healing at tendon graft-bone interface after transosseous application of low-intensity ultrasound. Experimental study in rabbits”
    Malizos KN, Papatheodorou LK, Stathopoulos C, Hantes M, Varitimidis S, Poultsides L.
  • 2006
    € 20,000 grant from the Hellenic Association of Orthopaedic Surgery & Traumatology (HAOST), Greece, for the 2-year study:
    “Haematogenous Infection in stable and unstable orthopaedic implants. Experimental study in rabbits”
    Malizos KN, Poultsides L, Petinaki E, Papatheodorou LK, Bargiotas K, Roidis N.
  • 2007
    FP7 – EU sponsored project [by subcontraction]:
    “Genetic analysis and underlying mechanisms in osteoporosis in Greece – GROS as part of the project on genetics of osteoporosis GEFOS/GENOMOS consortium”
    Dailiana Z, Kollia P, Malizos KN.
  • 2008
    € 10,000 grant from the Hellenic Association of Orthopaedic Surgery & Traumatology (HAOST), Greece, for the 2-year study [BIOMED/CERETETH]:
    “Inhibition of gene expression in Osteoarthritis: New therapeutic approaches”
    Orfanidou T, Poultsides L, Tsezou A, Malizos KN.
  • 2008
    € 2,800 grant from the Research Committee of the University of Thessalia, Greece for the 1-year study:
    “Expression of biochemical workers of joint fluid in patients with Osteonecrosis”
    Dailiana Z, Liakos P.
  • 2008
    € 33,000 grant from the EU and € 12,260 through BIOMED sponsoring, for the 2-year study [BIOMED/CERETETH]:
    “Online performance support enivironment for Minimally Invasive Orthopaedic Surgery” (Online Ortho)
    Malizos KN, Dailiana Z, Karachalios T.

Private Company Funds

International educational activities, seminars, and symposia the Orthopaedic Department of the University of Thessalia organized (23 in total), have been funded by various sponsors (through the Research Committee of the UTH):

Total budget:   € 220,000

That amount of money has been used as a funding source from which multiple expenses such as the speakers’ airfares, transfers to and from the congresses venues, and accommodation expenses have been covered. Furthermore, it covered renting for the congresses venues and audiovisual equipment, faculty dinners, programme print-outs, advertising, simultaneous translation support and organizing secretariat salaries.

 
 

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