Martin obtained his Master degree in 2018 in the study program Medicinal Bianalytics at the Faculty of Pharmacy in Hradec Kralove, Charles University. The main aim of his master thesis was optimization of chiral separation of acetylcholinesterase tacrine inhibitors by HPLC. Currently, Martin is a postgraduate student in study program Pharmaceutical analysis at the Faculty of Pharmacy in Hradec Kralove. At the same time, he works as a part-time employee in Biomedical research center in University Hospital in Hradec Kralove. His part is to study pharmacokinetics, adsorption, distribution and metabolization of newly synthesized molecules by liquid chromatography coupled to tandem high-resolution-mass-spectrometry (HPLC-MS/MS).
Charles University – Faculty of Pharmacy in Hradec Kralove, Study program Pharmaceutical analysis, Dissertation thesis file: LC-MS analysis of newly prepared biological active compounds.
Charles University – Faculty of Pharmacy in Hradec Králové, Study program Medicinal bianalytics, Master thesis title: Optimization of chromatographic parameters for chiral separation of biologically active compounds.
Charles University – Faculty of Pharmacy in Hradec Králové, Study program Medicinal bianalytics, Bachelor thesis title: Separation and determination of acetylcholinesterase tacrine inhibitors by HPLC.
Researcher - Biomedical Research Centre in University Hospital in Hradec Kralove
|2015–2018||Healthcare Laboratory Assistant in research - Biomedical research center in Univerity Hospital in Hradec Kralove.|
|06/2018||2 months research Erasmus + traineeship in University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria (Spain)|
Godyn, J.; Gucwa. D.; Kobrlova, T.; Novak, M.; Soukup, O.; Malawska, B.; Bajda, M. Novel application of capillary electrophoresis with a liposome coated capillary for prediction of blood-brain barrier permeability. Talanta. Volume 217 (2020).
Dolezal, R.; Houdkova, E.; Kalasz, H.; Andrys, R.; Novak, M.; Maltsevskaya, N. V.; Karaskova, N.; Kolar, K.; Novotna, E.; Kuca, K.; Zdarova-Karasova, J. Determination of Hypericin in Hypericum perfloratum (St. John’s Wort) Using Classical C18 and Pentaflourophenyl Stationary Phases: Contribution of PI-PI Interactions to High - Performance Liquid Chromatography (HPLC). Anal. Lett., volume 52 (2019), no. 11, 1788-1812.
Dolezal, R.; Karaskova, N.; Musil, K.; Novak, M.; Maltsevskaya, N. V.; Maliňák, D.; Kolář, K.; Soukup, O.; Kuča, K.; and Žďárová-Karasová, J. Characterization of the penetration of the blood-brain barrier by high-performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) using a stationary phase with an immobilized artificial membrane. Anal. Lett., volume 51 (2018), issue 15, 2401 – 2414.