Iveta Najmanová, MSc., Ph.D.

Born: September 26, 1989, Vítkov, Czech Republic.

 

Education, Academic and Scientific Degrees:

2017 – PhD. in Pharmacology and toxicology (FPharm HK), 2013 – MSc. in Pharmacy (FPharm HK).

Working Experience:

2016 – Research assistant (Faculty of Pharmacy, Department of Biological and Medical Sciences)

Research Interests

Effects of flavonoids and their metabolites on vascular smooth muscle.

Endothelial dysfunction and atherosclerosis

Teaching

Since 2016 – teaching of seminars and practical classes of Morphology and physiology and Pathology in students of Medical bioanalytics and Pharmacy.

International Experience:

6 months – Laboratory of Biophotonics and Pharmacology, University of Strasbourg, Strasbourg, France.

3 months – School of Molecular and Cellular Biology, University of Leeds, Leeds, United Kingdom.

Memberships in Scientific Societies:

2017 - Czech Society for Atherosclerosis

2017 – European Atherosclerosis Society

Awards

2017 – poster award at 11th World Congress on Polyphenols Applications

2014 – poster award of the editor of the journal Food & Function for young researchers obtained at annual meeting of The Society for Free Radical Research - Europe

Peer Review

– Master´s thesis (1/FaF).

Grant Projects

As a principal investigator (1x) GA UK (2015 – 2017): Effects of flavonoids and their metabolites on vascular smooth muscle ex vivo and in vivo

As a co-investigator (3x): GA ČR (2x), GA UK (1x).

Publications and Citations (in total):

– Number of publications in WoS/Scopus: 2/2.

– Number of citations in WoS/Scopus – total 7/7, without self-citations 7/7.

– H-index in WoS/Scopus (with self-citations) = 1/2.

Summary of Publications (in last 5 years, 2012-2017):

in WoS/Scopus: 2/2, cumulative IF (summa IF) = 7.223, average IF = 3.6115.

Summary of all publications

1.         Najmanova I, Pourova J, Voprsalova M, Pilarova V, Semecky V, Novakova L and Mladenka P. Flavonoid metabolite 3-(3-hydroxyphenyl)propionic acid formed by human microflora decreases arterial blood pressure in rats. Mol Nutr Food Res. 2016;60:981-91. IF2016=4,323 (Q1)

2.         Najmanova I, Dosedel M, Hrdina R, Anzenbacher P, Filipsky T, Riha M and Mladenka P. Cardiovascular effects of coumarins besides their antioxidant activity. Curr Top Med Chem. 2015;15:830-49. IF2015=2,9

 

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