Our Ph.D. student, Anežka (second from left), just came back from her 6 months stay in the laboratory of Dr. Gaël Roué (Josep Carreras Leukaemia Research Institute, Barcelona, Spain), where she focused on chicken chorioallantoic membrane (CAM) tumor model. Wery interesting and nice internship!
Our Bc. student, Ondrej Hostas, just succesfully defended his Bc. thesis with the best grade (vyborne)!
Success at the 2023 students conference of the First School of Medicine, Charles University
Vaclav was awarded second place in the postgraduate poster section!
Both submitted GAUK grants from our Ph.D. students Anezka and Filip were selected for funding! Big success, congratulations!
Anton just received one year funding form the European Hematology Association - Ukraine Bridge Program.
We are very happy about it and big thank to EHA!
Within our ongoing collaboration, our Ph.D. student, Vaclav, just came back from three moths fellowship in the laboratory of Bjoern Chapuy (Department of Hematology, Oncology and Tumorimmunology Charité Universitätsmedizin Berlin, Germany), focusing mainly on alternative AKT activation in lymphomas. A very good opportunity to visit a top lymphoma research lab.
We are happy that assoc prof. AntonTkchanko, MD, PhD from Kharkiv National Medical University just joined our lab for 5 moths stay!
Our second year PhD students, Drs. Ondeckova and Senavova, were selected for prestigious MD/PhD program of General University Hospital in Prague and First Faculty of Medicine (Charles University). Congratulations!
Our Bc. student, Victoriia Kulinich, just succesfully defended her Bc. thesis with the best grade (vyborne)!
Working on the project of circulating tumor DNA in lymphomas, we reviewed all available literature to create the most relevant study design. Having detailed notes on these studies, we decided to summarize all the comprehensive information in a review article to make it readily available to the scientific community.
We are happy that our article summarizing the upgrades of FRET-based AKT activity reporter, including newly developed techniques of FRET detection using conventional cytometry as well as spectral cytometry got accepted for publication! We believe that this makes the use of such biosensors and FRET detection much easier and generally accessible.
Both abstracts submitted for the 2021 students conference of the First School of Medicine, Charles University, by our PhD students Tereza Chrbolková and Václav Heřman were selected for oral presentation!
Moreover, Václav was awarded a first price in the oral section of PhD students!
We are very happy that Kristýna Kupcová from our lab got the opportunity to join the laboratory of prof. Zamboni at ETH Zurich for six months, one of the best metabolomics laboratories. This is an outstanding opportunity. We are looking forward to our metabolomics studies and collaborations.
Patryk Gorniak, Ph.D. just joined our lab for nine moths stay to work on a collaborative project between our laboratory and the laboratory of prof. Przemyslaw Juszczynski (Institute of Hematology and Transfusion Medicine, Warsaw, Poland) on BCR endocytosis using our genetic models of BCR signaling. Very interesting project.