doc. Ing. Michal Pásek, Ph.D.


Department:  Department D 3 - Dynamics and Vibration
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1999 to present
Research worker at Institute of Thermomechanics of ASCR - branch Brno
-investigation of biophysical processes in cardiac cells.
Lecturer at Department of physiology of MF-MU Brno
-physiology practicles.

1995 - 1998
PhD-studies at Technical University of Brno, Department of Solid Mechanics, specialization: cellular biophysics
-mathematical modeling of physiological processes in cardiac cells.

1990 - 1995
Msc-studies at Technical University of Brno, Department of Solid Mechanics, specialization: mechatronics
-computer modelling of tension and deformation at cylindrical basins affected by pressure wave.

Selected publications

Pásek M., Šimurda J., Orchard C. H., Christé G.: A model of the guinea-pig ventricular cardiac myocyte incorporating a transverse–axial tubular system. Progress Biophys Mol Biol, 2008;96:258-280.

Pásek M., Brette F., Nelson A., Pearce C., Qaiser A., Christé G., Orchard C. H.: Quantification of t-tubule area and protein distribution in rat cardiac ventricular myocytes. Progress Biophys Mol Biol, 2008;96:244-257.

Pásek M., Šimurda J., Christé G., Orchard C. H.: Modelling the cardiac transverse-axial tubular system (review). Progress Biophys Mol Biol, 2008;96:226-243.

Pásek M., Šimurda J., Christé G.: The functional role of cardiac T-tubules in a model of rat ventricular myocytes. Phil Trans R Soc A, 2006;364:1187-1206.

Pásek M., Šimurda J.: Quantitative modelling of interaction of propafenone with sodium channels in cardiac cells. Med Biol Eng Comput, 2004;42:151-157.

Pásek M., Christé G., Šimurda J.: A Quantitative model of the cardiac ventricular cell incorporating the transverse-axial tubular system. Gen Physiol Biophys, 2003;22:355-368.

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