Prof. RNDr. Luděk Bláha, Ph.D.

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Field of study: Ekotoxicology

supervisor of doctoral students

  • Adam Jonáš (graduate 2016, topic: Zebrafish embryo assay and its application in the research of chemical mixtures)
  • Lukáš Kohút (topic: Experimental assessment and modelling of impact of chemical compounds)
  • Petra Kubincová (topic: Biochemical and cellular mechanisms of toxic compounds affecting hormonal regulations)
  • Petra Labohá (graduate 2014, topic: Bioassays for studies of specific toxicity in mixtures of environmental contaminants)
  • Tek Jung Mahat (topic: Analyses of effective spatial scales for anthropogenic activities in river basins)
  • Petr Masner (topic: Ecotoxicological and ecological assessment of contamination in the aquatic environment)
  • Zdena Moosová (topic: Research of biological effects and toxicity of novel cyanobacterial metabolites)
  • Michael Pescheck (topic: Online determination of microbial and cellular metabolism activity by a novel electrochemical bioactivity-measuring-system - activity studies from biotechnological processes and toxicological investigations with the view of reducing animal testing)
  • Pavel Piler (topic: Pharmaceuticals in the environment - assessment and modelling of ecotoxicological effects)
  • Olga Popova (topic: Experimental ecotoxicity testing of priority pollutants and their mixtures in waters)
  • Eliška Rozmánková (topic: Emerging pesticides and their mixtures: what are the risks to non-target aquatic organisms?)
  • Soňa Smetanová (graduate 2014, topic: Modelling of toxic effects of mixtures at different levels of biological organisation)
  • Eva Trávníčková (topic: Research of properties and biological effects of new nanocomposite materials)

consultant of doctoral students

  • Aneta Dydowiczová (topic: Application of automated cell image analysis in research of biological effects of chemical compounds)
  • Barbora Javůrková (graduate 2013, topic: Biotests for assessment of presence of endocrine active compounds in environmental samples)
  • Jan Raška (topic: In vitro evaluation of toxicant effects on tissue homeostasis)
  • Anna Segečová (topic: Use of photoautrophic cultures for high throughput screening of toxic compounds by fluorescence imaging)
  • Eliška Sychrová (topic: New mechanisms of toxicity of cyanobacetria and other agents in the aquatic environment)
Field of study: Environmental Chemistry

supervisor of doctoral students

  • Ondřej Adamovský (graduate 2010, topic: Bioaccumulation and effects of cyanotoxins in the aquatic environment)
  • Maher Haeba (graduate 2008, topic: Environmental endocrine disruption – experimental models and assessment)
  • Jiří Kohoutek (graduate 2010, topic: Modern methods for sampling and detection of cyanobacterial toxins microcystins)
  • Jiří Novák (graduate 2008, topic: Endocrine discruptive potential of complex environmental samples)
  • Kateřina Nováková (graduate 2012, topic: Biochemical mechanisms of cyanobacterial toxicity)
  • Pavel Odráška (graduate 2013, topic: Health risk assessment of healthcare personnel participating in the preparation and administration of antineoplastic drugs)
  • Iva Sovadinová (graduate 2006, topic: Nuclear receptor mediated-toxicity of xenobiotics)