Jánošíková Zuzana

Jánošíková Zuzana

Nitra

Jánošíková Zuzana, Mgr., PhD.

Slovak Academy of Sciences
Institute of Forest Ecology
Branch for Woody Plants Biology
Akademická 2
949 01 Nitra
Phone:  +421 37 6943 354
Email: heckova@savzv.sk

Research Interests: Tree pathology, diversity and distribution of fungal pathogens, pathogens ecology, biology and virulence, hosts susceptibility
Current research interest: Dothistroma needle blight, fungal pathogens of pines

Education:

  • PhD., Faculty of Natural Sciences, Constantin The Philosopher University in Nitra, Slovak Republic, 2013 (nature protection and use of the landscape)
  • MSc., Faculty of Natural Sciences, Constantin The Philosopher University in Nitra, Slovak Republic, 2009 (ecology)

Academic employment:

  • Institute of Forest Ecology of Slovak Academy of Sciences
    • researcher (since 2013)

Projects:

  • VEGA 2/0069/14 Biology, spread and diagnostics of harmful agent Dothistroma septosporum (Mycosphaerella pini), D. pini and other harful agents of pines assimilation organs (2014-2017, member of research team)
  • VEGA 2/0071/14 Species diversity and biological characteristics of parasitic fungi associated with damage and withering of woody plants (2014-2017, member of research team)

International projects:

  • COST FP 1403 Pine pitch canker – strategies for management of Gibberella circinata in greenhouses and forests (2015-2019)
  • COST FP 1102 Determining invasiveness and risk of Dothistroma (2011-2015)

Interships:

  • 2015 – short term scientific mission, STSM purpose: Genetic diversity of Dothistroma in Slovakia, Centre for Ecosystems, Society and Biosecurity, Forest Research, Farnham, Surrey, United Kingdom, Domain: Forests, their Products and Services COST Action Number FP1102 Determining Invasiveness And Risk Of Dothistroma (DIAROD)
  • 2014 – short term scientific mission, STSM Purpose: Resistance Mechanisms in Scots Pine to infection by Dothistroma septosporum, University of Aberdeen, Aberdeen, Scotland, United Kingdom, Domain: Forests, their Products and Services COST Action Number FP1102 Determining Invasiveness And Risk Of Dothistroma (DIAROD)
  • 2014 COST Action FP1102 DIAROD Training School on Molecular Detection and Population Genetics of Dothistroma Needle Blight Pathogens, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences – SLU Uppsala, Sweden
  • 2014 COST Action: FP1102 DIAROD Training School on: Field Detection and Surveillance of Dothistroma needle blight pathogens, Alice Holt Lodge, Farnham, United Kingdom
  • 2010 – Training on approaches to sustainable development in mountain areas under global change – Erasmus Intensive Programme SUSTMONT, University of Innsbruck