• 2020/01/23:

    Collaboration with Obsil's team on the interaction between 14-3-3 and caspase-2 was accepted in FEBS J.

  • 2020/01/21:

    We are proud of our IMIC colleagues Zdenek and Lucka for making this JACS paper a reality. And very happy to help with our MS skills!

  • 2020/01/08:

    Our new computational platform for biomolecular language processing called MatrixMotif is now available for download.

  • 2020/01/07:

    Petr Novak became the chair of the Czech Proteomics Society. Congratulations! :)

  • 2020/01/07:

    6th Short Course on FT-ICR-MS aimed at "Mapping post-translational modifications through FT-ICR" will be held in Lisbon in March 2020. Apply now, no participation fee, accommodation and meals covered!

  • 2019/12/18:

    Long-lasting, nice and enjoyable collaboration with Gill Norris from Massey University (NZ) resulted in one more paper on bacterions. Now published in FEBS Letters.

Horizon 2020


  • 2020/01/07:

    Call for EPIC-XS proposals was closed on Dec 31, 2019. Get ready for next round which closes on March 31, 2020! Submit via the online submission system.

  • 2019/11/12:

    We are looking for post-doc and PhD to join our team and work on various projects using structural mass spectrometry! Inquiries should be addressed to Petr Novak.

  • 2019/03/27:

    We are part of another Horizon 2020 project EPIC-XS (reg. no 823839) focused on the cutting edge proteomic techniques. This project provides Trans-National Access and also focuses on the development of the techniques.

  • 2018/01/03:

    Our lab is a part of Horizon 2020 project EU FT-ICR MS (reg. no 731077). Through this project you can access our expertise as well as other participating FT-ICR labs. Check Trans-National Acess web section for more details. Also, various FT-ICR focused courses and schools are organized by the labs participating in the project.

  • 2017/12/20:

    Bachelor and master theses are available in the lab. Areas of structrual biology, cutting edge mass spectrometry and cell signalling are awaiting new students. Check the tab Teaching.



Prof. David C. Schriemer, University of Calgary, Calgary, Canada

Prof. Daniele Fabris, State University of New York, Albany, U.S.A.

Prof. Merritt Maduke, Stanford University, California, U.S.A.

Prof. Jan Černý, Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic


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