RECETOX Seminar Series

This seminar is designed for Ph.D. students, postdocs, and other researchers from RECETOX and is open to everybody interested in joining.

Archive of the RECETOX Seminar Series - ARCHIVE

When: Tuesdays, 9:00 am, if not specified in the schedule 
Where: RCX1 Lecture Room, room 252 (2nd floor at the corridor), pavilion D29

Autumn 2023

Luděk Bláha (RECETOX): Introduction to new semester and Ph.D. studies (15 minutes)

Martin Scheringer
(ETH, Zürich and RECETOX): The Global Presence of Chemicals: Data, Mechanisms of Distribution, and Root Causes 

Jiří Kalina (RECETOX): MONET - Spatial and Temporal Trends of POPs after 15 years of monitoring across Europe (9-9:30)
Ondřej Mikeš (RECETOX): The health effects of air pollution (9:30-10:30)

Frans Prenkert (Örebro University): The need and significance of multidisciplinary research to address the sustainability issues of society (9:00-10:00)

Sophie Langouet (U Rennes): Evaluation of liver function, chronic toxicity and genotoxicity in a human model of proliferating and highly differentiated hepatic spheroids (10:00-11:00)

10.10.2023 Daniel Szabo (RECETOX): Out of Memory: Large-Scale Tidying, Exploratory Analyses and Dashboards in the ELSPAC Study  
Stanislav Fořt (Stanford U, CA, USA): Topic TBA  

Vladimír Žlábek (Jihočeská U, České Budějovice): Topic TBA

21.11.2023 Martin Bobák (UCL and RECETOX): Social inequalities in chronic diseases in Czech cohort study before and during the COVID-19 pandemic  
28.11.2023 Veronica van der Schyff and Paula Marcineková (RECETOX): Inclusive teaching strategies: Insights from project BELONG  
Marek Svoboda (MOÚ Brno): Cancer prevention  
12.12.2023 Lucie Ráčková (RECETOX): From Extreme Environments to Outer Space: How Space Analog Missions and Expeditions Pave the Way for Extraterrestrial Presence, Innovation and Sustainability on Earth  
19.12.2023 Ph.D. students (RECETOX): Doctoral Research Plans (1st year students presentations)  


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