Doctoral degree programmes
Currently we offer two doctoral degree programmes:
Biochemistry and Bioanalytical chemistry. Both of these programmes offer modern instrumentation and experienced personnel at the Department of Biochemistry and at cooperating institutions which create unique opportunities for students to be involved in numerous research projects.
Students work in research activities concerning metabolic and regulatory processes in bacteria, fungi and higher plants as well as various biochemical aspects of human pathogenesis.
Biochemistry is marked by its open and interdisciplinary character, the classical biochemical approaches being frequently combined with methodology from other disciplines.
Students work in research activities concerning the development of instrumental bioanalytical methods (especially separation methods and biosensors) and immunochemistry and molecular biology-based methods.
Bioanalytical chemistry is a dynamically developing field covering biochemical, biological and analytical approaches with emphasis on advanced experimental data analysis.