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The above takes place at (or is organised by) the Institute of Physiology itself while compulsory lectures are to be attended mostly at the university the PhD candidate is affiliated to. This is also where the final examination (which includes a public thesis defense) eventually takes place. As government-funded education is free in the Czech Republic you are welcome to additionally pick up other lectures and courses of your choice, including those given by Institute of Physiology staff.


Lectures on Faculty of Science, Charles University in Prague:

Behavioral pharmacology

(Lab. of Neurophysiology of Memory - Kubešová, Valeš)

Neurobiology of behavior and memory

(Lab. of Neurophysiology of Memory - Stuchlík)


(Lab. of Neurophysiology of Memory - Kubík, Moravec)

Advanced practical exercises in Biochemistry

(Lab. of Membrane Transport)

Biophysical Chemistry I

(Lab. of Structural Biology of Signaling Proteins - Tomáš Obšil, Olívia Petrvalská, Katarína Pšenáková)      

Biophysical Chemistry II

(Lab. of Structural Biology of Signaling Proteins - Tomáš Obšil)

Physical Chemistry

(Lab. of Structural Biology of Signaling Proteins - Tomáš Obšil)

Development and regeneration of muscles, muscle fiber types and the possibility of their transformation

(Lab. of Pain Research)    


(Lab. of Bioenergetics - Marek Vrbacký)

Bioenergetics and metabolism

(Lab. of Bioenergetics - Zdeněk Drahota, Tomáš Mráček, Petr Pecina)

Lectures on 2nd  Faculty of Medicine, Charles university in Prague:

Basic mechanisms of pain

(Lab. of Pain Research - MUDr. Jiří Paleček CSc.)     

Training courses of the Center for Biomedical Research:

Basics of receptor neurophysiology

(Lab. of Pain Research)

The function and structure of cell membranes

(Lab. of Membrane transport)