Leader of a team working on bacteria and their evolutionary mechanism.
He studies immunogenetic markers in patients with Alzheimer’s disease.
25th of April 2019, Faculty of Natural Sciences, CU, B1 pavillion
9:00 Beginning of the all day exhibition
9:30 – 10:45 Lectures
- Božena Smolková (Slovak language) – Why are our cells different when they have the same DNA?
- Tomáš Hromádka (Slovak language) – Can we understand our own brain?
- Petr Müller (Czech language) – Application of whole genome CRISPR libraries in cancer research
11:00-11:30 Break, time for exhibition and stands
11:30-12:30 Headliner’s lecture & discussion
- Didier Mazel – Why bacteria become so easily resistant to antibiotics? (English language)
12:30-13:15 Break for exhibition and interactive stands
13:15 Raffle (only those who visited all stands can participate), competitions evaluation, end of the DNA DAY
Free entry for the whole event.
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