Zdeněk Glatz
UBCH SCI MUNI Group leader, Professor
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Dr. Zdeněk Glatz (*1958) is a full professor at the Department of Biochemistry, Faculty of Science, Masaryk University Brno and a group leader of metabolomics group of Central European Institute of Technology (CEITEC). He graduated at the Faculty of Science, Masaryk University (former University of J. E. Purkyně) in 1982 specialization Teaching of Biology-Chemistry for Secondary Schools (summa cum laude). The topic of his diploma thesis was “Optimization of chromium determination in drinking water”. In 1982 he received the title RNDr. (Rerum Naturalium Doctor). Since 1982 he was an assistant professor (1982 – 2000), an associate professor (2000 – 2007) and a professor (2007 – present) at the Department of Biochemistry, Faculty of Science, Masaryk University Brno. In 1993 he defended the thesis „Analytical Biochemistry of Quinoproteins“ there and received the scientific degree CSc. (Candidatus Scientarium) in Biochemistry corresponding to the degree of Ph.D. He spent his postdoctoral training at the Indiana University, Bloomington, USA under supervision of Professor M. Novotny in 1992 – 1993. He gives undergraduate lectures on Biochemistry, Biochemical methods and Methods of protein separation and graduate lectures on Separation methods, Metabolomics and Capillary electromigration methods. He is guarantee of all biochemical study programs at Faculty of Science, Masaryk University Brno. He supervises undergraduate, graduate and doctoral students, and manages research projects with academic and industrial partners. Five PhD students were brought to successful defenses; currently four doctoral students are supervised.

His research interests include application of modern separation methods in biochemical research especially CE and HPLC in combination with UV-VIS, LIF, CCD and MS detection. He is the author of 59 papers mostly in highly impacted international scientific journals, 3 patents and1chapter in foreign book. H-index (according to Web of Science) is 15. The total number of citations is 670.

Research Publications glatz [at] chemi [dot] muni [dot] cz