PhD Study

IABG is approved as external training organization for the PhD study in the scientific field 4.2.10 Animal physiology, 4.1.22 Biochemistry and 4.1.12 Biophysics.

Doctoral studies are organized under the auspices of Comenius University, Faculty of Sciences and Slovak Technical University, Faculty of Chemical and Food Technology
Detailed information and current study possibilities are on faculty web pages.

Current PhD topics available at IABG:

Faculty of Sciences CU – Biochemistry
Study of mitochondrial phospholipids in yeasts (RNDr. Peter Griač, CSc.)
Yeast utilize animal and plant specific lipids to make their own membranes (Mgr. Martin Valachovič, PhD.)
Implementation of state-of-the art microscopic techniques into the monitoring of theranostics-induced changes in selected cells and tissues (Ing. Alexandra Poturnayová, PhD.)
Yeasts as a tool for punicic acid production (Mgr. Roman Holič, PhD.)
Protective functions of lipid droplets in yeast (RNDr. Ivan Hapala, CSc.)
Phosphatidylinositol transfer proteins: phospholipid metabolism and resistance to antifungals (RNDr. Peter Griač, CSc.)
Lipid metabolism as a crucial regulator of mitochondrial function (Mgr. Mária Balážová, PhD.)
Characterization of novel genes involved in meiotic and mitotic chromosome segregation (Mgr. Silvia Bágeľová Poláková, PhD.)

Faculty of Sciences CU – Animal Physiology
Manipulation of neurogenesis: effect on behavior? (Mgr. Ľubica Niederová, PhD.)

Faculty of Chemical and Food Technology STU – Biochemistry
Phosphatidylinositol transfer proteins: phospholipid metabolism and resistance to antifungals (RNDr. Peter Griač, CSc.)
Yeast utilize animal and plant specific lipids to make their own membranes (Mgr. Martin Valachovič, PhD.)
Yeasts as a tool for punicic acid production. Mgr. Roman Holič, PhD.