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Scientists discover promising anti-aging substance

In biology, cellular senescence is the name given to a condition in which cells stop their cell cycle but do not die; they continue to function in the body. Often, cells go into senescence to prevent problems from arising (e.g. in the case of liver damage or wound healing), but in larger numbers and at […]

How to become employer of choice in life science academia

Members of Alliance4Life recently conducted the mapping of best practices in career systems in life sciences research, including the self-assessment of human resources (HR) systems in twelve research organisations in Central and Eastern European (CEE) countries, and are committed to working hard to offer better conditions for the career development of their researchers. The detailed […]

Three awards for young researchers from Stroke team III

Mgr. Sandra Thalerová is looking for new methods of stroke treatment in the lab The third award winner is Sandra Thalerová, a PhD student in biochemistry at the Faculty of Science of Masaryk University and a researcher at the Cerebrovascular Research Programme of FNUSA-ICRC. For the publication of her research findings in the field of […]

Three awards for young researchers from Stroke team II

Dr. Ondřej Volný compares different methods of stroke treatment and brings new insights for clinical practice This year’s Henner Prize of the Czech Neurological Society for the best publication by young authors under the age of 35 was awarded to neurologist Ondřej Volný, M.D., Ph.D. What does the award by the Czech Neurological Society mean […]

Three awards for young researchers from Stroke team

The International Danubius Young Scientist Award, the prestigious Henner Prize and a scholarship for outstanding results of his own research. Three researchers of the Cerebrovascular Research Programme of the International Clinical Research Centre of St. Anne’s Hospital in Brno received the award for their work under the guidance of Prof. Robert Mikulík. Petra Šedová, Ondřej […]

Šárka Kunzová among the winners for the best abstract

The American Heart Association (AHA) has awarded the best abstract award to a team including Šárka Kunzová, MD, PhD, researcher and physician from the Kardiovize team of the International Clinical Research Centre of St. Anne’s University Hospital in Brno. The Paul Dudley White International Scholar Award, as the full title of this prestigious award reads, […]

The EAN representative on the dementia panel is Dr. Sheardova

Katerina Sheardova, M.D., Ph.D. will now represent the Czech Republic on the European Academy of Neurology (EAN) panel on dementia. Her main goals within this platform include focusing on clinically available early biomarkers of the disease and strengthening research on lifestyle-related risk factors for dementia and promoting them as a preventive measure to the general […]

The ICRC Academy now also offers internships in our administrative teams

The administrative teams support the International Clinical Research Centre at St. Anne’s University Hospital in Brno so that its scientists can concentrate fully on their research. The Administration Office handles events and day-to-day administration Business and Academic Relations coordinates cooperation with other institutions in the Czech Republic and abroad and is dedicated to the commercialization […]