MSc. Silvie Tománková, Ph.D.
My research focuses primarily on embryonic epidermis development, which has become a great model for studying the mucosal and mucociliary epithelia. I am also involved in other projects such as “Tomography RNA/protein in oocyte” and “The role of nitric oxide in regeneration”. I have spent three months at the Karolinska Institutet in Stockholm at Lena Palmberg’s research group, where I studied the role of nitric oxide on the human mucociliary epithelium. In addition, I am involved in the lecturing of specialized courses that introduce students to modern gene expression methodologies, such as real-time PCR. During my free time, I love mountain hiking, partying with friends and traveling.