Institute Of Biophysics

of the Czech Academy of Sciences

About institution

The Institute of Biophysics of the Czech Academy of Sciences (IBP) is engaged in basic research of the structure, function and dynamics of biological systems (biomolecules, cell components, cells and cell populations). According to the latest evaluation performed by an international committee, IBP is one of the best research institutes in the Academy of Sciences in the Czech Republic. Each year it publishes around 100 original results that open new ways of investigation for the number of scientists in the whole world.

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Contribution to stroke research

Stroke research related activities of Institute of Biophysics of the Czech Academy of Sciences are concentrated in the Department of Biophysics of Immune system led by Assoc. Prof. Lukas Kubala. Within this department workgroup of Dr. Jan Víteček Organic electronics in biological applications and vasculature modelling focuses primarily on circulatory vascular models. Related activities include exploratory studies of factors affecting thrombolysis.

Who's In?

Motivated and enthusiastic professionals with the goal to perform meaningful research that impacts people’s life.

  • Lukáš Kubala

    Lukáš Kubala

    Lukáš Kubala is an associate professor, a Head of the Department of Biophysics of Immune System at the Institute of Biophysics of the Czech Academy of Sciences. His research covers pathology of immune system functions including vascular inflammation and the search for new therapeutics regulating inflammatory processes.

  • Jan Víteček

    Jan Víteček

    Jan Víteček is a Head of Organic electronics in biological applications and vasculature modelling workgroup at the Institute of Biophysics of Czech Academy of Sciences. His main focus covers organic semiconductors and their biological applications, vascular inflammation, circulatory vascular models, in vitro thrombolysis modelling and microfluidics.

  • Sandra Thalerová

    Sandra Thalerová

    Sandra is a Ph.D. student, member of Organic electronics in biological applications and vasculature modelling workgroup at the Institute of Biophysics of Czech Academy of Sciences and Stroke Research Group at FNUSA-ICRC. She focuses on in vitro thrombolysis modelling, microfluidics and fluorescence microscopy.

  • Sumeet Gulati

    Sumeet Gulati

    Sumeet is a medical student at the Faculty of Medicine, Masaryk University currently working with the team at the Department of Biophysics of the Immune System, Institute of Biophysics of the Czech Academy of Sciences. Main areas of his activities include basic research focused on in vitro thrombolytic studies and expanding upon previous novel methods developed through ICRC.

  • Michaela Pešková

    Michaela Pešková

    Michaela is a master degree student at Masaryk University, member of Organic electronics in biological applications and vasculature modelling workgroup at the Institute of Biophysics of Czech Academy of Sciences. She focuses on in vitro thrombolysis in the static model and methods of in vitro thrombolysis study.

  • Patrícia Kittová

    Patrícia Kittová

    Patrícia is a master’s degree student at Masaryk University, member of Organic electronics in biological applications and vasculature modelling workgroup at the Institute of Biophysics of the Czech Academy of Sciences. She focuses on in vitro thrombolysis modelling using in vitro circulation models.

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