Our research delivers results
We are achieving our main goal – explaining how genes help shape and function in living organisms.
We regularly publish in prestigious journals such as Nature, Science, Cell and Cancer Research, and according to international evaluation we are among the top institutes of the Czech Academy of Sciences.
In technology transfer, we have commercialized hundreds of hybridomas producing unique monoclonal antibodies and are the originator of more than 40 patents that we offer to commecial partners for licensing.
Foreign colleagues are one of the pillars of our Instutite. At IMG there are over 100 PhD students from more than 20 countries and 2 research groups with foreign group leaders.
Unique services for your project
Our services include, for example, preparation of custom biological models, development of screening assays, genomic and proteomic analysis, or access to advanced light microscopes and other imaging techniques.
We are connected to the scientific community
We collaborate with a number of Czech and international universities and companies – including in the form of international internships.
You can gain new skills at institutes such as the Max Planck Institute of Molecular Cell Biology and Genetics, Oslo University Hospital, Inserm or Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München.
Equal opportunities for everyone
Since 2022, we have been implementing the goals of the Equal Opportunities Plan, which guarantees the opportunity to develop your career regardless of gender, nationality, ethnicity, sexual orientation, health limitations or religion.
Do research in the heart of Europe
The Institute of Molecular Genetics is located on the campus of the Czech Academy of Sciences on the southeastern outskirts of Prague, just 20 minutes by public transport from the city centre.
The capital of the Czech Republic is a cosmopolitan metropolis with expats and students from all over the world. Prague offers a range of cultural experiences, recreational opportunities and fast flight connections to all Europe.