Structure, dynamics, and function of the nucleoskeleton; laminopathies
Characterization and functions of nuclear myosin I and actin – the molecular motor of transcription
Development of new methods in electron microscopy and histochemistry
Some knowledge of molecular/cell biology methods, English spoken, ability to work independently, and above all – a deep interest.
Excellent research possibilities in Czech largest biomedical research campus, newest research institute built in the Czech Republic, wide international contacts, standard student stipend plus additional stipend depending on student’s achievements, attachment to Charles University in Prague with all student benefits (accommodation, student status, etc.), academic accommodation also available.
Please contact Prof. Hozák well in advance and include your CV and following questionaire. The deadline for application is the 30 April each year (the study starts then from the 1st October).
Questionnaire for PhD studentship applicants (in English) [PDF] [DOC]
Questionnaire for PhD studentship applicants (in Czech) [PDF] [DOC]