Mgr. Iveta Vojtěchová
PhD student
working at:  RP5 Sleep Medicine and Chronobiology
in the institution:  2015 - present
telephone: (+420) 283 088 218
e-mail: Iveta.Vojtechova@nudz.cz
curriculum vitae


https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Iveta_Vojtechova

 

Vojtechova I, Petrasek T, Maleninska K, Brozka H, Tejkalova H, Horacek J, Stuchlik A, Vales K (2018). Neonatal immune activation by lipopolysaccharide causes inadequate emotional responses to novel situations but no changes in anxiety or cognitive behavior in Wistar rats. Behav Brain Res, 349:42-53.

Vojtechova I, Petrasek T, Hatalova H, Pistikova A, Vales K, Stuchlik A (2016). Dizocilpine (MK-801) impairs learning in the active place avoidance task but has no effect on the performance during task/context alternation. Behav Brain Res, 305:247-57.

Petrasek T, Vojtechova I, Lobellova V, Popelikova A, Janikova M, Brozka H, Houdek P, Sladek M, Sumova A, Kristofikova Z, Vales K, Stuchlik A (2018). The McGill transgenic rat model of Alzheimer’s disease displays cognitive and motor impairments, changes in anxiety and social behavior, and altered circadian activity. Front Aging Neurosci, 10:250. (The publication got the Award of Dr. Jan Bures for the best scientific publication from Alzheimer endowment fund.)

Petrasek T, Skurlova M, Maleninska K, Vojtechova I, Kristofikova Z, Matuskova H, Sirova J, Vales K, Ripova D, Stuchlik A (2016). A rat model of Alzheimer's disease based on Abeta42 and pro-oxidative substances exhibits cognitive deficit and alterations in glutamatergic and cholinergic neurotransmitter systems. Front Aging Neurosci, 8:83.

Petrasek T, Prokopova I, Sladek M, Weissova K, Vojtechova I, Bahnik S, Zemanova A, Schönig K, Berger S, Tews B, Bartsch D, Schwab ME, Sumova A, Stuchlik A (2014). Nogo-A-deficient transgenic rats show deficits in higher cognitive functions, decreased anxiety, and altered circadian activity patterns. Front Behav Neurosci, 8:90.

Professional training and experience

2012 - present: Institute of Physiology CAS, dpt. Neurophysiology of Memory
2015 - present: National Institute of Mental Health, RP1 Experimental Neurobiology

Bachelor thesis

2009 - 2012: Inhibitors of axonal regeneration and their importance for neuroplasticity, behavior and memory

Master thesis

2012 - 2014: Separation of hippocampal functions in Morris water maze and in active place avoidance by alternation protocol

Awards and honors

2014 - 2014: The best poster award: "Task/Context alternation and behavioral separation as a model of executive functions", 4th Neuropsychiatric Forum Conference (Prague)
2017 - 2017: The best poster award: "When pregnant rat female becomes ill: effect on offspring behaviour", 7th Neuropsychiatric Forum Conference (Prague)
2019 - 2019: The best poster award: "Maternal immune activation in the rat: Do we model schizofrenia or autism?", 9th Neuropsychiatric Forum Conference (Prague)

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RP1 Experimental Neurobiology RP2 Public Mental Health RP3 Applied Neuroscience and Neuroimaging RP4 Epidemiological and Clinical Research in Addictions RP5 Sleep Medicine and Chronobiology RP6 Brain Electrophysiology RP7 Clinical Research of Mental Disorders RP8 Translational Neuroscience International Cooperation Department AD Centrum Publications Ongoing Projects Pharmaceutical Industry-Sponsored Research Ethics Commission Postgraduate Students Conferences & Seminars Awards International Course 2015
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