Scientific and study positions

Scientific and study positions

Scientific and study positions — 29.06.2021

Postdoctoral Fellow - Basic Tumor Biology of Lymphomas

Our laboratory focuses on basic tumor biology of lymphomas (malignant tumors derived in majority from B-lymphocytes) with close relation to the basic biology of B-cells. Our laboratory has expertise in general molecular biology and cell culture techniques as well as genomic applications, flow cytometry or advanced methods like super-resolution microscopy, targeted genomic modifications, or Förster resonance energy transfer based biosensors.

Scientific and study positions — 03.12.2020

Unit Head for Cardiovascular and Lung Function Phenotyping

The Czech Centre for Phenogenomics (CCP) is a large research infrastructure that provides unique services for the biomedical and biotechnology research community in the fields of genome editing, phenotyping and animal model research. The cardiovascular and lung function units are part of standardized phenotyping pipeline of the CCP, which is involved in global phenotyping effort under IMPC. ‍The cardiovascular unit provides services to assess cardiovascular function in mouse and rat models. To perform rapid and in-depth analysis of the mouse or rat heart and circulatory system in both normal and disease states, we employed several state-of-art instrumentation that allows for sensitive screening of phenotypic variations. The lung function unit focuses on understanding the role of both genetic, environmental and pharmacological factors on lung physiology, homeostasis and mechanics.

Scientific and study positions — 06.04.2020

PhD Student - Tumor specific regulation of cell cycle in lymphoma with implications for its therapy

Our laboratory focuses on basic tumor biology of lymphomas (malignant tumors derived in majority from B-lymphocytes) with close relation to the basic biology of B-cells. Our laboratory has expertise in general molecular biology and cell culture techniques as well as genomic applications, flow cytometry or advanced methods like super-resolution microscopy, trageted genomic modifications, or Förster resonance energy transfer based biosenzors.