Robert ČERNÝ (head)

 

Contact information:

Mgr. Robert Černý, Ph.D.

Phone: +420221951850

E-mail: robert.cerny@natur.cuni.cz

Room: 222

 

Personal webpage:

Laboratory for the study of craniofacial evolution & development

 

Research interests:

Developmental morphology; comparative embryology; evolutionary-developmental biology.

 

Proposed Bachelor and Master student projects to be found here.

 

Current projects:

Developmental morphogenesis of head and pharyngeal structures in axolotl, bichir and lamprey; jaw development and evolution; germ-layer origin of oral & pharyngeal teeth.

 

Lectures:

 

Recent publications:

2021

Soukup V, Tazaki A, Yamazaki Y, Pospisilova A, Epperlein HH, Tanaka EM Cerny R (2021) Oral and palatal dentition of axolotl arises from a common tooth-competent zone along the ecto-endodermal boundary. Frontiers in Cell and Developmental Biology 8, 622308.

 

 

2020

Stundl J, Pospisilova A, Matějková T, Psenicka M, Bronner ME & Cerny R (2020) Migratory patterns and evolutionary plasticity of cranial neural crest cells in ray-finned fishes. Developmental Biology 467, 14-29.

 

Fabian P, Tseng KC, Smeeton J, Lancman JJ, Dong PDS, Cerny R & Crump G (2020) Lineage analysis reveals an endodermal contribution to the vertebrate pituitary. Science 370, 463-467.

 

 

2019

Stundl J, Pospisilova A, Jandzik D, Fabian P, Dobiasova B, Minarik M, Metscher BD, Soukup V* & Cerny R* (2019) Bichir external gills arise via heterochronic shift that accelerates hyoid arch development. eLife 8, e43531.

 

 

2017

Minarik M, Stundl J, Fabian P, Jandzik D, Metscher BD, Psenicka M, Gela D, Osorio-Perez A, Arias-Rodriguez L, Horacek I & Cerny R (2017) Pre-oral gut contributes to facial structures in non-teleost fishes. Nature 547 (7662), 202-212.

 

Square T, Jandzik D, Romášek M, Cerny R, & Medeiros DM (2017) The origin and diversification of the developmental mechanisms that pattern the vertebrate head skeleton. Developmental Biology 477, 219-229.