The aim of the study is the dynamics, relationships and functional characterization of basic structural components of eukaryotic cells under normal - physiological conditions and in pathological processes, as well as in their modeling. Furthermore, the general expressions of functional cells such as cell cycle, movement etc., including its regulatory mechanisms. Methodical landmark is vytochemie, in situ hybridization, electron microscopy, image analysis, a biological experiment in vivo and in vitro. This program overlaps with a number of other fields, particularly in molecular biology, biochemistry, and physiology.
The study program is carried out in collaboration with the Institute of Experimental Medicine, the Institute of Molecular Genetics, the Institute of Microbiology and the Institute of Physiology of Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic.
Description of verification and evaluation criteria
Duly completed master’s study program, i.e. submission of a certified copy of the university diploma or the nostrification of university education, by 30 September 2019.
Submission of the application form including all relevant enclosures, i.e. CV, professional reference, payment receipt of the admission fee by 30 April 2019
Submission of the dissertation project by 30 April 2019
Successful completion of the exam, which is based on appropriate knowledge in the scientific field chosen.
Entrance exams take the form of an interview on the topic of the Ph.D. Thesis, demonstrating the technical skills of the applicant for the doctoral study program and the ability to work with specialized foreign literature. The project is assessed by the expert committee.
Conditions for admission
Admission to Doctoral studies is conditioned by successful completion of a Master's study program.
Confirmation date (of entrance exam)
from: 01.06.2019 Until: 30.06.2019
Alternative date (of entrance exam):
from: 01.07.2019 Until: 15.07.2019
Recommended literature, sample questions
Readings are recommended by individual potential supervisors and are based on professional issues of the potential dissertation and the chosen particular discipline. In particular, monographs and respected IF magazines. Suggested literature and resources can be viewed within the profiles of the specific supervisors.
Further information on the website of the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic: http://dspb.avcr.cz
Graduate in the Ph.D. program acquired a good knowledge of cell biology and of biological background of basic cell pathology processes. He/she has a deep understanding of the Thesis subject and is familiar with basic methodical procedures in cell biology. The graduate acquired independent scientific mode of thinking, is able to collect and critically evaluate the existing status of knowledge and suggest solutions including experimental designs. The graduate should manage all selected methods for scientific studies oriented to his dissertation. He/she should interpret the achieved results and present as well as discuss them at scientific meetings. The graduate is able to teach both pre- and postgraduate courses in cell biology and pathology.