Petr Kašpárek

Head of Targeting Unit, Deputy head of Transgenic and Archiving Unit, Institute of Molecular Genetics

Topic: CRISPR mouse models and rare disease Netherton syndrome

Teaching Experience

 Lectures on Programmable nucleases at Charles University, Prague/Institute of Molecular Genetics, Prague, Course - Advances in Molecular Biology (2013)

 Lecture on TALEN technology at the University of South Bohemia, Advances in Molecular Biology (2014)

 Lecture at Biocentre Oulu, Finland, Programmable nucleases in Mouse Models (2014)

 Lecture on TALEN and CRISPR/Cas9 technology at Charles University, Prague/Institute of Molecular Genetics, Prague, Course - Advances in Molecular Biology (2015)

Work Experience

06/2017 – present Head of Targeting Unit, Deputy head of Transgenic and Archiving Unit, Institute of Molecular Genetics, Prague

04/2017 – present postdoctoral fellow, Institute of Molecular Genetics, Laboratory of Transgenic models of diseases

10/2010 – 04/2017 PhD student, Laboratory of Transgenic models of diseases, Institue of Molecular Genetics, Prague 10/2008 – 07/2010 Undergraduate student, Laboratory of Transgenic models of diseases, Institue of Molecular Genetics, Prague

Education

10/2010 – 04/2017 PhD studies, Charles University in Prague, Faculty of Natural Sciences Institute of Molecular Genetics, Prague Laboratory of Transgenic models of diseases

10/2008 – 02/2010 Master studies, Charles University in Prague Cellular and Developmental biology

10/2006 – 07/2008 Bachelor studies Charles University in Prague, Faculty of Natural Sciences