Veronika Benson graduated at the Charles University in Prague in the field of Biomedicine in 2004. Now she is a Chief of Laboratory of Molecular Biology and Immunology at The Institute of Microbiology, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic. She is also an Associate Lecturer at the Faculty of Biomedical Ingeneering at The Technical University of the Czech Republic. Since 2008 she is a member of Czech Society for Immunology. Veronika Benson specializes in nanotechnology, cancer research, cell migration, RNAi and many associated fields.
Mgr. Romana Křivohlavá is PhD Student at the Faculty of Science at Charles University in the field of Immunology. The topic of her PhD thesis is „Use of nanodiamond carriers for gene therapy delivery in vivo“ under the leadership of RNDr. Veronica Benson, PhD. Mgr. Romana Křivohlavá graduated with the Master’s Degree in the field of Parasitology at the Faculty of Science at Charles University in 2006. Since 2008 she also focuses on lactation consulting, she is certified lactation consultant of the Laktační Liga (2009, CZ) and Mamila (2014, SK).
Ing. Eva Neuhöferová is currently studying the first year of her PhD degree at the Faculty of Science at Charles University in the field of Molecular and Cell Biology, Genetics and Virology. The topic of her doctoral thesis is „Gene therapy of diabetic ulcers based on nanodiamond functionalized with inhibitory RNA“. Her topic within her Master’s diploma thesis was „Monitoring of RNA interference using luminescent nanoparticles“ under the leadership of RNDr. Veronika Benson, Ph.D. Since 2013 she has a Bachelor’s degree at The Department of Biomedical Informatics at the Faculty of Biomedical Engineering. Informatics continues to be her field of interest, among others she created this website of our laboratory.
Bc. Marek Kindermann is currently studying final year of his Master’s degree at the Department of Appliances and Methods for Biomedicine at the Faculty of Biomedical Engineering of the Czech Technical University in Prague. Topic of his thesis is „Detection of miRNA by luminescent nanodiamond particles in non-cellular samples“ under the leadership of RNDr. Veronika Benson, Ph.D. Since 2013 he has a Bachelor’s degree at The Department of Biomedical Technology at the Faculty of Biomedical Engineering.
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