Physiological systems maintain homeostasis by the integration of wide ranges of endogenous and exogenous signals. The physiological set-points and the degree of the integration of input signals is possible to express as variability, entropy and predictability.
As physiologist, I'm interested in the integration of time by the cardiovascular system. For this purpose, I'm collecting in vivo physiological data with telemetry. For a better understanding of the integration of the input information, I'm doing in silico experiments (modeling) in collaboration with mathematicians.
2014 (Sept 01) – 2019 (September 01)
Postdoc; Department of Animal Physiology and Ethology, Faculty of Natural Sciences, Comenius University, Bratislava, Slovakia
2010 – 2014 (Aug 21)
Doctorate; Faculty of Natural Sciences, Comenius University, Bratislava (Ph.D.; Topic: The effects of irregular light-dark regime on the rat cardiovascular system and its regulation; Supervisor: prof. RNDr. Michal Zeman, DrSc.)
2008 – 2010
Master; Faculty of Natural Sciences, Comenius University, Bratislava (Mgr; Topic: Effect of lightning regimen simulating shift work on rhytmic changes in the cardiovascular system and its regulation; Supervisor: prof. RNDr. Michal Zeman, DrSc.)
2005 – 2008
Bachelor; Faculty of Natural Sciences, Comenius University, Bratislava (Bc; Topic: Hormonal and physiological consequences induced by irregular rhythms of activity; Supervisor: prof. RNDr. Michal Zeman, DrSc.)
Slovak Physiological Society awarded our paper (Endocrine and cardiovascular rhythms differentially adapt to chronic phase-delay shifts in rats) as the Best Publication of the Year 2016
Udacity Android Beginner Scholarship (funded by Google).
2015 (September 08)
Certificate about accredited training in line with Legislation for the protection of animals used for scientific purposes (Directive 2010/63/EU).
2015 (June 20)
Irwin J. Kopin Travelling Fellowship from NINDS - National Institutes of Health to participate on the “Eleventh symposium on catecholamines and other neurotransmitters in stress” at the Smolenice Castle for excellence in catecholamine research.
2014 (August 27 – 30)
Travel award from The Federation of European Physiological Societies to congress in Budapest, Hungary
from June 2013
Member of Slovak Physiological Society and Slovak Medical Association
2013 (May 26)
Young Investigator Award. International symposium “Advances in cardiovascular research – from bench to bedside”, Smolenice, Slovakia
2011 (Oct 1) – 2012 (Jan 31)
Ernst-Mach scholarship; prof. Isabella Ellinger, Medical University, Vienna
2009 (November 12)
Academic award of the rector of the Comenius University „as an expression of special recognition for the successful representation of the Comenius University in an exemplary implementation of the study duties“.
Comenius University Scholarship for excellent study results
2007 (February 12 – December 20)
English course for university students with achieved level B1 at Faculty of Natural Sciences, Comenius University in Bratislava.