RNDr. Martin Braun, Ph.D.

Department of Composites and Carbon Materials
E-mail: braun@irsm.cas.cz
Phone: +420266009374
Office:room No.: 201, building: B, floor: 2
Institute of Rock Structure and Mechanics of the CAS, v.v.i.
V Holešovičkách 41
182 09, Prague 8
Czech Republic
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Charles University in Prague, Faculty of Science, Czech Republic
2010 Ph.D. degree in analytical chemistry
2002 M.Sc. degree in chemistry

Selected specialized certified courses:
2013 School of Mass Spectrometry (Ioannes Marcus Marci Spectroscopic Society/ Institute of Organic Chemistry and Biochemistry AS CR, v.v.i., Jeseník, Czech Republic)
2013 Proceedings in Molecular Medicine (Chambon/ Synlab Czech, Prague, Czech Republic)
2011 Real-Time PCR Course (Life Technologies/ Applied Biosystems, Prague, Czech Republic)
2006 Course on “High Performance Analytical Separations of Biologically Active Compounds” (Institute of Chemical Technology, Prague, Czech Republic)
2000 Doctoral Course on “Mass Transport in Chromatography and Capillary Zone Electrophoresis“ (Charles University in Prague, Czech Republic - Faculty of Science)
participation at conferences, workshops and other specialized training focused on up-to-date subjects of analytical chemistry, biochemistry, molecular biology and medicine.

Department of Composites and Carbon Materials, Institute of Rock Structure and Mechanics, Czech Academy of Sciences
Since 2015 - now: Researcher, R&D in the field of separation analytical and biochemical methods (HPLC, SDS-PAGE), preparation, processing and chemical characterization of composite biomaterials based on natural polymers

Development, optimization and application of chromatographic and electrophoretic methods (especially HPLC and SDS-PAGE) focusing on the analysis of proteins and their fragments in biological material, processing of complex biological samples, preparation and chemical characterization of composite biomaterials based on natural polymers (especially collagen) with potential use in tissue engineering and regenerative medicine.