Molecular microbiology is a very progressive field of science, and there is an enormous demand to understand the omnipresent microbes influencing our everyday life on sub-cellular level, which will be subject of this course.
This Molecular Microbiology course is primarily intended to be taken up by enthusiastic research professionals, microbiologists, graduate, and post-graduate students of biosciences, academicians, and technicians who intend to stay up-to date with progress in molecular sciences concerning microbes. Appropriate background and knowledge of general microbiology, molecular biology, and biochemistry is fundamental for understanding the issues covered in this program.
Dr. Lucie Vondrakova
PhD in Microbiology, University of Chemistry and Technology, Czech Republic. During and after PhD, she participated in projects on microbial interactions with nanofibers, biofilm formation, and quorum sensing. Her major research concerned human pathogens Campylobacter spp. She developed protocols of molecular-genetic techniques for their identification, quantification, phenotype and genotype characterisation. She focused on determining the limits of such methods including the issue of eliminating signals coming from dead cells, and how the mode of the death influences results. She has strong expertise in microbiology, molecular genetics, and following the internship in Vienna also strong interest in bioinformatics, and microbiomes.
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