I am mainly interested in asymmetric RNA localization on a single cell level, especially in oocytes and its involvement in body axes determination. For this purpose, I use qPCR tomography technique, in situ hybridization, morpholinos and most recently I have been establishing fluorescently labeled RNA probing approach to study the actual mechanism of RNA distribution during oogenesis. As a PhD student, I also contribute to other lab projects, primarily being involved in the cryo-sectioning of various samples and running of qPCR. Currently, I also continue with the completion of my proficiency courses and the expansion of my soft skills. I earned my Master’s degree in Molecular and Cell/Developmental Biology at Charles University and I have also previously worked on Xenopus’ cytogenetics in Vladimir Krylov’s lab. Even though my colleagues would say being sick is my biggest hobby, I spend my free time taking modern dance classes, cracking my wallflower shell or enjoying undisturbed sleep.