Tereza Ševčíková, Ph.D.

Tereza Sevcikova is a researcher in the field of cancer genomics with background in Molecular Biology and Genetics. Currently, Tereza works as a postdoctoral fellow, dedicating her expertise to the genomics of myeloma. In this role, she is involved in project design and plays a role in interpreting results, contributing substantially to the ongoing efforts to unravel the complexities of myeloma development. Tereza’s expertise in laboratory techniques include particularly in Next-Generation Sequencing (NGS) library preparation and single-cell methods. Tereza’s work is driven by the goal of improving our understanding of myeloma pathogenesis and identifying potential treatment targets.

In addition to her research endeavors, Tereza is committed to education and mentorship. She has extensive experience teaching Basic Biology and Genomics, and have supervised Master’s students, imparting her knowledge and skills to the next generation of scientists. She also possesses experience in project administration, ensuring the smooth execution of research endeavors.

  • 2006-11 Molecular Biology and Genetics, Masaryk University Brno – M.Sc.
  • 2011-15  Biology, University of Ostrava – Ph.D.

Web of Science (All databases) record on 10-01-2024: 56 results (including 28 original articles, 5 reviews), 716 times cited (without self-citations), H-index 15

  • 2017 – present Postdoctoral fellow Cancer Genomics, University Hospital Ostrava
  • 2017 – present Postdoctoral fellow Cancer Genomics, Faculty of Medicine, University of Ostrava
  • 2017 – present Faculty member and research assistant, Faculty of Science, University of Ostrava
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