Department of Parasitology

Department seminars

Schedule of the Seminars


All Seminars of the Department start at 13:00 (to 14:30), in the lecture room C2 in the building C PřF JU.

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Program for 2022 (summer semester):

Date

Speaker
(Supervisor)

Title

24.2.

Tereza Křečková
(Marie Jalovecká)

Pilotní analýza kalcium-dependentních proteinkináz prvoka Babesia divergens. [in Czech]

10.3.

Anežka Santolíková
(Astrid Holzer)

Parasitic cnidarians: comparative genomics and host-parasite interaction of unexplored lineages. [in English]

24.3.

Natálie Furiková
(Václav Hypša)

Eva Myšková
(Oleg Ditrich)

Porovnání genomických evolučních změn a metabolické kapacity symbiotických bakterií rodu Legionella u vší. [in Czech]

Diagnostics of intestinal parasites of Arctic fox (Vulpes lagopus) and mammals introduced to the Arctic. [in English]

31.3.

Jan Kamiš
(Jana Kvičerová)

Jana Říhová
(Václav Hypša)

Hlodavci jako rezervoár hantavirů.
[in Czech, slides in English]

Genome evolution of endosymbionts in lice. [in English]

7.4.

Hana Vargová
(Eva Nováková)

Natália Filová
(Eva Nováková)

Diversity of Trypanosoma cruzi lines in natural vectors of the genus Triatoma in the southern USA. [in Czech]

Convergencies in microbiomes of ticks, kissing bugs and assassins. [in Czech]

21.4.

doc. RNDr. Oleg Ditrich, CSc.

Kteří paraziti zajímají českou veřejnost a co o nich chtějí vědět? (zkušenosti s provozováním poradny "This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it."). [in Czech]

28.4.

MUDr. Dagmar Šrejberová
(private microbiological laboratory in Ústí nad Labem)

Příběh obyčejného mikrobiologa - parazitologa. [in Czech]

5.5.

Tereza Křečková
(Marie Jalovecká)

Petra Kundid
(Miroslava Soldánová)

Masoud Nazarizadeh
(Jan Štefka)

Pilotní analýza kalcium-dependentních proteinkináz prvoka Babesia divergens. [in Czech]

Transmission strategies and environmental factors shaping communities of trematode larvae in freshwater snails. [in English]

Genome-wide SNP data reveals the evolutionary history of Ligula species complex (Cestoda: Diphyllobothriidae). [in English]

12.5.

Monika Bürgerová
(Ivan Fiala)

Hana Tykalová
(Libor Grubhoffer)

Biodiversity of myxozoan parasites in Římov Reservoir determined by environmental DNA analysis. [In Czech, slides in English]

Integrative RNA profiling of TBEV-infected neurons and astrocytes reveals potential pathogenic effectors. [in English]

Requirements

The students (of any specialization of the BSc., MSc., or Ph.D. study program) who plan to defend their final theses at our department are obliged to present at our Seminar of the Department.
Examples:
- a student of Parasitology planning to defend his/her thesis at the Department of Parasitology → enrolls in a seminar of our department.
- a student of another specialization planning to defend his/her thesis at the Department of Parasitology → enrolls in a seminar of our department.
- a student of another specialization who only works on his/her thesis at our department (e.g. in our lab, or under the supervisor of our department), but will defend it at another department → does not enroll in the seminar of our department, but enrolls in the seminar of the department where he/she will defend.

Students are obliged to present at the Seminar of the Department:

Bachelor students: at least twice a study, in Czech

Master students: at least annually, in Czech with slides in English

Ph.D. students: at least annually, in English

The obligation to report at the Seminar of the Department is based on the Dean's Measure No. D48 (Bachelor and Master students), which was last updated on March 15, 2021, and on the Dean´s Measure No. D62 (Ph.D. students).

At the seminar the students present the topic of their theses. In the course of the first year of the study, it is assumed that the students do not have enough results yet, thus it is expected that they will present the so far known information about the topic (introduction), and the methodology and objectives of their work. Students should contact and ask Jana Kvičerová (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.) for the date of the presentation. Students who plan to defend their theses in the given semester should present well in advance before submitting the final thesis in order to be able to incorporate critical comments.

The course KPA/181 (guarantor J. Kvičerová) runs together with the course KPA/805 (guarantor E. Nováková).

! Important notice for Ph.D. students: enroll in the course KPA/805 ONLY IN THE SEMESTERS IN WHICH YOU ARE GOING TO PRESENT !

THE CREDIT to the STAG for the course KPA/181 is given to bachelor and master students by Jana Kvičerová, and for the course KPA/805 to Ph.D. students by Eva Nováková.

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