Bauerová, Katarína PharmDr., PhD., DrSc.
Belovičová, Kristína Mgr., PhD.
Benešová, Barbora Mgr.
Bezek, Štefan MVDr., DrSc.
Bögi, Eszter Mgr., PhD.
Brnoliaková, Zuzana Ing., PhD.
Csátlosová, Kristína Mgr.
Dráfi, František PharmDr., PhD., MPH
Dubovický, Michal RNDr., CSc.
Gáspárová, Zdenka RNDr., PhD.
Dr. Gáspárová’s research activity is concerned with disorders of the nervous system which are induced by oxidative damage, aging, neurodegeneration, metabolic syndrome, and cognitive decline. A priority has been given to the field of electrophysiology of the rat hippocampus, thus to functional changes and biochemical, morphological, and behavioral alterations in various pathologies of the central nervous system. Dr. Gáspárová has studied the effects of pharmacological agents aimed at the reduction of pathological injury on cellular and tissue levels. She deals with the education of bachelor, master, and Ph.D. students.
Ocupation, position held, education:
- 2018-ongoing – Senior researcher in Centre of Experimental Medicine SASc, Bratislava
- 2012–2018 – Head of Department of Pharmacology of Excitable Tissues, IEPT SASc,Bratislava
- 2008–2012 – Head of Laboratory of Neuropharmacology, IEPT SASc, Bratislava
- 1988–2008 – Researcher in IEPT SASc, Bratislava
- 1987 – One year study stay at Loyola University, Maywood, USA
- 1981–1986 – PhD study in IEPT SASc, Bratislava, the field of animal physiology
- 1976–1981 – Graduated from Comenius University in Bratislava, Faculty of Natural Sciences, the field of biology
- Medical Faculty of Comenius University in Bratislava
- Faculty of Chemical and Food Technology, Slovak University of Technology, Bratislava
Heger, Vladimír Mgr., PhD.
Hodúrová, Zuzana Mgr., PhD.
Horáková, Ľubica RNDr., PhD.
Juránek, Ivo RNDr., PhD., DrSc.
Kanďárová, Helena Dr.rer.nat., Ing., ERT
Kapoor, Sonam MSc
Knezl, Vladimír RNDr., PhD.
Koprdová, Romana MVDr., PhD.
Kováčiková, Lucia RNDr., PhD.
Kozovská, Zuzana RNDr., PhD.
Krnáčová, Katarína RNDr., PhD.
Kuncírová, Viera Mgr., PhD.
Lepáček, Marek Ing.
Lomenová, Jana RNDr., PhD.
Mach, Mojmír RNDr., PhD.
He was a member of the research team at Wright State University (OH, USA) studying the causes of Gulf War Syndrome on animal models. Currently, he works as a Head of the Department of Developmental and Behavioral Toxicology, interested in investigation of the neurobehavioral development of the rat’s offspring after intrauterine exposure to xenobiotics.
He is Member of the Executive Committee of the Slovak Toxicology Society SETOX and from 2010 to 2016 Executive Committee Member of EUROTOX. Since 2012 he is Deputy Director of the Institute of Experimental Pharmacology and Toxicology, SASc., and Executive Editor-In-Chief of the journal Interdisciplinary Toxicology.
He is Member of the Editorial Board of several journals, including Interdisciplinary Toxicology, Neuroendocrinology Letters and Activitas Nervosa Superior Rediviva.
Dr. Mach’s research program at the Institute is focused on behavioral changes after exposure to drugs and xenobiotics either during development or acutely during sensitive stages of postnatal life. The other area of his research centers on the screening of the potentially harmless compounds with use in psychopharmacology (i.e. pyridoindole derivatives).
Májeková, Magdaléna RNDr., PhD.
Májeková (Trebatická) Magdaléna
Education at Comenius University Bratislava, Faculty of Mathematics and Physics
1982 – Master degree in Biophysics
1991 – Philosophiae doctor degree in Physical Chemistry
Present posistion: leading researcher, Institute of Experimental Pharmacology & Toxicology, SAS
Actual Research Interests
Design and modeling of new potential inhibitors of aldo-keto reductase with indole structure.
Substituted pyridoindoles as potential multi-target-directed ligands in prevention and treatment of chronic diseases. Design and molecular modeling of MTDL – potential drugs for diabetes-related diseases. Modeling of SERCA (Ca2+-ATPase). Elaboration of indole type structure-based database.
Prof. R. Ramsay, St. Andrews University, United Kingdom
Prof. G. Klebe, University of Marburg, Germany
Prof. M. Unzeta, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Spain
Prof. C. Stecosa, University of Carol Davila, Romania
COST CM1103, COST CA15135 – members of management committee
Mihalová, Danica Ing.
Micháliková, Dominika Mgr.
Micháliková, Silvia Ing., PhD.
Milec, Lucia Ing.
Padej, Ivan Ing.
Poništ, Silvester PharmDr., PhD.
Račková, Lucia Ing., PhD.
Rezbáriková, Petronela Mgr., PhD.
- Effect of oxidants and antioxidants on Ca2+-ATPase from sarcoplasmic reticulum (SERCA) – the main protein maintaining calcium homeostasis, in relation to age related diseases and its treatment. Study of SERCA activity, its kinetics, conformational alterations.
- Study on the level of pancreatic beta cells line INS-1E as a model for diabetic complications: vitality, insulin release and cytosolic Ca2+ level in the presence of natural/synthetic agents. Possible link between impaired Ca2+-ATPase and vitality of INS-1E.
Department of Pharmacology, Institute of Experimental Medicine, Czech Academy of Sciences, Prague, Czech republic
- Research in the laboratory of Dr. Eva Kmoníčková focused on the peritoneal macrophages from Wistar rats, iNOS determination by Western blot.
Slovák, Lukáš PharmDr., PhD.
Sotníková, Ružena RNDr., CSc.
Šajánková, Eva Bc.
Šoltés, Ladislav Ing., DrSc.
Dr. Šoltés is the regular Member of ISHAS – the International Society for Hyaluronan Sciences. He is active as a member of the Editorial board of the journal Interdisciplinary Toxicology. Dr. Šoltés educated several students, PhD fellows, post-doctorands either from his homeland Slovakia or from foreign countries. Recently, in 2014, he co-edited a book: Balköse D., Horák D., Šoltés L. (eds). “Key Engineering Materials Volume I Current State-of-the-Art on Novel Materials” Apple Academic Press, USA.