Mgr. Renáta Androvičová
postgraduate student
working at:  RP3 Applied Neurosciences and Brain Imaging
v instituci:  2012 - present
telephone: (+420) 283 088 106
e-mail: renata.androvicova@nudz.cz
curriculum vitae


Professional training and experience

2007 - 2012: Psychology, Faculty of Arts, Charles University in Prague
2008 - 2008: Psychiatrické Centrum Praha, an assistant to a researcher
2009 - 2009: Drop In, Prague, czech Republic - internship in a low-threshold drug services center
2010 - 2010: Military Rehabilitation Institute Slapy, Czech Republic - internship
2010 - 2010: Prague Psychiatric Center, Czech Republic, internship in the department of affective disorders
2011 - 2011: Mental Hospital Havlíčkův Brod, Czech Republic, internship in the department of sexological protective treatment
2011 - 2011: Mental Hospital Kosmonosy, Czech Republic, internship in the department of sexological protective treatment
2011 - 2011: Mental Hospital Bohnice, Czech Republic, internship in the department of sexological protective treatment
2011 - 2011: Crisis intervention center RIAPS, Prague, Czech Republic - internship
2011 - present: Sexological ambulance Bohnice, Czech Republic, the assistant to an expert in forensic sexology PhDr. Aleš Kolářský

Membership in professional organizations

2013 - present: The Czech Neuropsychopharmacological Society
2014 - present: International Academy of Sex Research

Master thesis

2012 - 2012: Possibilites and limitations of Rorschach’s diagnostics in population of pathological sexual aggressors

Awards and honors

2015 - 2015: Czech Neuropsychopharmacological Society award for a best talk in the clinical new research category: "The effect of cannabinoids on brain response to visual intimate erotica: fMRI study" (Androvičová R., Horáček J., Páleníček T., Tintěra J., Rydlo J., Höschl C.)

Specialization

2012 - 2015: "Animal and human serotonergic model of schizophrenia: validity evaluated by qEEG and fMRI" - team member, volunteer sitter
2012 - 2015: "The development of standards for the evaluation of cannabinoid blood levels in respect to time of intoxication, psychomotor performance, vigilance and brain activity.responsible for design, stimuli selection and data collection of fMRI part of the project" - team member, responsible for design, stimuli selection and managment of data collection for fMRI part of the project
2013 - 2015: "Personality and spontaneous brain activity during rest and movie watching: relation and structural determinants" - team member, responsible for data collection managment
2015 - present: Elements of violence in the sexual context – an experimental validation of the „courtship disorder“ hypothesis (an fMRI study) - main investigator of the study
2016 - present: "The study of sexual variation: physiological and neural correlates during experimental exposure to erotic stimuli" - team member, responsible for design and psychophysiological experiments (penile plethysmography and fMRI)
2016 - present: "The study of sexual variation: prevalence across population, physiological and neural correlates during experimental exposure to erotic stimuli" - team member, responsible for design and psychophysiological experiments (penile plethysmography and fMRI)

Thesis

2012 - present: The role of endocannabinoid system in regulation of sexual response to visual stimuli

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