HARD SKILLS COURSES

at least 4 core subjects related to the student's research project must be successfully finished (finishing within the first two years is recommended).

Lists of hard skills courses and soft skills courses are only indicative, as students can select from all relevant courses offered in the Course Catalogue of Masaryk University.

Indicative list of hard skills courses offered within the study field:

Structural Biology

Code

Course Title

Semester

Teacher

S1001

Chemical properties, stucture and interactions of nucleic acids

Autumn

Miroslav Fojta
Miloslava Fojtova
Michaela Vorlíčková

S1002

Chemical properties, structure and interactions of nucleic acids – practical course

Autumn

Miroslav Fojta
Miloslava Fojtova
Michaela Vorlíčková

S1003

Structural and molecular biology of RNA

Autumn

Richard Štefl
Peter Lukavsky
Štěpánka Vaňáčová

S1004

Methods for structural characterization of biomolecules

Autumn

Michaela Wimmerová

S1005

Theoretical Concepts of Biological Magnetic Resonance

Spring

Vladimír Sklenář
Lukáš Žídek

S1007

Doing structural biology with the Electron Microscope

Spring

Jiří Nováček
Tanvir Shaikh

S1091Integrated methodologies and approaches for structural biology
Spring  2019

S2004

Methods for Characterization of Biomolecular Interactions – Classical versus Modern

Autumn

Michaela Wimmerová

S2005

Methods for characterization of biomolecular interactions – classical versus modern, practice

Autumn

Michaela Wimmerová

S3001

Trends in bioanalytical instrumentation

Autumn

František Foret
Karel Klepárník
Jana Křenková

S3002

Nanobiotechnology

Spring

Petr Skládal

C6770

NMR Spectroscopy of Biomolecules I

Spring

Lukáš Žídek

C6775

NMR Spectroscopy of Biomolecules II

Spring

Lukáš Žídek
Radovan Fiala

C7270 

Structural biology methods – offered each 3 years (autumn 2017)

Autumn

Pavel Plevka

C7271

Structural biology methods practical – offered each 3 years (autumn 2017)

Autumn

Pavel Plevka

C7995

Practical NMR Spectroscopy of Biomolecules

Autumn

Radovan Fiala

C9087

Computational Chemistry for Structural Biology

Spring

Jaroslav Koča

CG030

Structure and Function of Protein Complexes

Spring

Jan Paleček

FA602

Biophysical aspects of Structural Biology

Spring

Lukáš Trantírek

Bi5050

Structural Virology – offered each 3 years (autumn 2018)

Autumn

Pavel Plevka

Bio-omic

SOFT SKILLS COURSES

at least 3 soft skills courses must be successfully finished (finishing within the first three years is recommended)

Indicative list of soft skills courses

Code

Course Title

Semester

Teacher

S4001

International Performance

Autumn

Libor Štěpánek

S4002

Law, Ethics and Philosophy of Science

Autumn

Jan Havliš
Radim Polčák

C2110

UNIX and programming

(in English offered  each 2 years - autumn 2018)

Autumn

Petr Kulhánek

PRF_j2019

PREFEKT

Spring

Petr Dvořák

D01

Publish or perish: The art of research and scientific writing
(offered each 3 years - autumn 2019)

Autumn

Pavel Plevka

S5040

Publish or perish: The art of research and scientific writing
practical course 
(offered each 3 years - autumn 2019)

Autumn

Pavel Plevka

CORE SUBJECTS

List of compulsory core subjects

Code

Course Title

Registration Requirement

S5003

Field seminar-Structural Biology

Compulsory in Structural Biology/ To be enrolled each semester

S5005

Field seminar / Bio-omics

Compulsory in Bio-omics / To be enrolled each semester

S5006

Lecture for the scientific community

Compulsory /To be enrolled at least once

S5007

Ph.D. Thesis

Compulsory / To be enrolled repeatedly (credit value two thirds of the minimum credit value of the studies, i.e. 160 credits out of the minimum 240 credits)

S5009

Teaching assistance

Compulsory / To be enrolled 4 times

S5010

Friday CEITEC Ph.D. seminary

Compulsory / To be enrolled 4 times (each semester in 1st and 2nd year of study)

S5011

XD110

Internship (in Czech Republic)

Placement Abroad

One of these two courses is compulsory / To be enrolled at least once (details in the part Travel&Internships)

C7777X

Handling chemical substances

Compulsory / To be enrolled each Autumn semester

PERIPHERAL SUBJECTS 

List of optional subjects

STUDY AFTER THE FOURTH YEAR OF STUDY

  • Finishing the remaining compulsory subjects
  • Completing the repeated courses
  • S5007 Ph.D. Thesis
  • C7777 Handling chemical substances (each autumn semester)
  • Meeting the requirements of an individual study plan
  • Attending seminaries only in case of interest - not compulsory (S5003 5005, 5010, etc.)
  • Completing any subject in agreement with the supervisor
  • Meeting the credit requirement (MU Study and examination regulations, section 12, subsection 2)