Karolina Fučíková

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Current Position

PhD. candidate
PEET trainee
Advisor: Louise Lewis
Office: BioPharm 311A
Phone: (860) 486-1811
E-mail: karolina.fucikova@uconn.edu
Dissertation Research: Systematics of Green Coccoid Algae: the Genus Bracteacoccus

Karolina Fučíková, age 3, dressed up as an algae-covered water ghost

Previous Education

MS:
2004 - 2006
John Carroll University
University Heights, OH

Participation in the All Taxa Biodiversity Inventory in the Great Smoky Mountains (ATBI)


Master's thesis: Algae and Cyanobacteria of Selected Subaerial Habitats in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, U.S.A., and Desmid Flora of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park.
Advisor: Jeff Johansen


Bc:
2001 - 2004
Jihočeská Univerzita
České Budějovice
Czech Republic
Bachelor's thesis: Microvegetation of the top of Roraima Tepui, with emphasis on the order Desmidiales.
Advisor: Jan "Hanys" Kaštovský

Spanish Atlantic coast, July 2006

Research Interests

  • Systematics of coccoid green algae
  • Desmid taxonomy
  • Subaerophytic algae; subaerial habitats
  • Algae from extreme environments
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Publications

  • Fučíková, K., J.D. Hall, J.R. Johansen & R. Lowe. 2008. Bibliotheca Phycologica 113: Desmid Flora of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, USA. J. Cramer, Berlin, Stuttgart. 59 pp.
  • Johansen, J.R., L. Kováčik, D.A. Casamatta, K. Fučíková & J. Kaštovský. In review. Utility of 16S-23S ITS sequence and secondary structure for recognition of intrageneric and intergeneric limits within cyanobacterial taxa: Leptolyngbya corticola sp. nov. (Pseudanabaenaceae, Cyanobacteria). Nova Hedwigia. In review.
  • Hall, J.D., K. Fučíková, C. Lo, L.A. Lewis & K.G. Karol. Submitted. Assessing proposed DNA barcodes in the green algae. Submitted to Cryptogamie-Algologie (Special issue on DNA barcoding).


Teaching and Mentoring

Fall 2005 - Limnology at John Carroll University
Summer 2007 - Summer Research Program for Minority Students - Miracle Tali, and work-study undergraduate Chien Lo
Fall 2007 - BIOL 108 at UConn
Fall 2008 - EEB 3250/5250 at UConn - see Biology of the Algae Lab
Fall 2008 - Spring 2010 - mentor for UConn undergraduate student Jared Rada (independent study)

Service and Leadership

2008 - present: COO of Green Grads
2008 - co-organizer of UConn's Give&Go program
2009 - COO of the EEB Graduate Student Association
2009 - 2010: grad student representative for UConn's Environmental Policy Advisory Council (EPAC)

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