RNDr. Šárka Kaňková, Ph.D.

She has worked in the laboratory focused on evolutionary biology since 2002. She has devoted her studies to the effects of the parasite Toxoplasma gondii on reproductive biology in humans. Her results have enriched the research area with new topics such as are the effects of latent toxoplasmosis on secondary sex ratio or on the Read More …

Mgr. Blanka Šebánková

She is Ph.D. student in the program Theoretical and Evolutionary Biology at the Department of Philosophy and History of Natural Sciences at the Faculty of Science, Charles University and she is member of the team of Evolutionary Biology Laboratory. Her main interest is Effect of latent toxoplasmosis on phenotype of intermediate hosts. Now she is Read More …

Mgr. Jana Hlaváčová

She graduated from the Theoretical and Evolutionary Biology at the Faculty of Science. In her PhD study she focuses primarily on the effects of latent toxoplasmosis on human fertility and the sexual transmission of toxoplasmosis in humans. In cooperation with the Center for Assisted Reproduction at the Gynecology and Obstetrics Clinic, she tries to clarify Read More …

Mgr. Kateřina Sýkorová

In her doctoral studies at the Department of Philosophy and History of Natural Sciences at the Faculty of Science, Charles University, she deals with relation between hair characteristics and personality and sexual behavior in human. She tries to explain observed connections from a socio-psychological or evolutionary perspective.

Mgr. Radim Kuba

As part of his doctoral studies at the Department of Philosophy and History of Natural Sciences at the Faculty of Science, Charles University, he deals with the wider influence of sibling constellations on different areas of human personality (GAUK No. 269215). Therefore, he mainly addresses research questions concerning the influence of family environment as the Read More …

Mgr. Martin Hůla

PhD. student. His primary research interests are people-plant interactions, especially the evolutionary origin of phytophilia (human attraction to plants) and commonalities and differences in human aesthetic perception of flowers. He also works as a guide in the Botanical garden of the Charles University. He has experiences with psychophysiological measurements of human subjects (particularly in sexological Read More …

Mgr. Jan Toman

In my PhD study, I deal with macroevolutionary and theoretical-biological topics. I focus especially on the theory of frozen evolution, which was postulated in our lab. Concerning particular problems, I study ecological correlates of sexual reproduction, stability-based sorting and its role in evolution, and macroevolutionary trends in the evolution of evolvability. However, I do also Read More …