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Martin Sojka

Postdoc researcher
Post Doc
Nanomaterials for Biomedical Applications
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Before moving to IIT, I received my Ph.D. in Inorganic Chemistry under the supervision of Assoc. Prof.  Marek Necas at Masaryk University in 2019 (Brno, Czech Republic). My thesis focused on platinum and ruthenium-based complexes for catalysis of bioapplications. Before that, I received a master's and bachelor's degree in chemistry and biology with a additional focus on high school education. Throughout my doctoral studies, I participated in several research projects related to metallodrug development, catalysis, and magnetic materials with the group of Prof. Radek Marek at the CEITEC research institute. I was also a visiting PhD student in the lab of Prof. Winfried Plass at the Institute für Anorganische und Analytische Chemie (Jena, Germany) in 2014.

Experience External

Title: Intern
Institute: Institut für Aorganische und Analytische Chemie
Location: Jena
Country: Germany
From: 2014 To: 2014



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Sojka M., Tousek J., Badri Z., Foroutan-Nejad C., Necas M.
Bifurcated hydrogen bonds in platinum(II) complexes with phosphinoamine ligands
Polyhedron, vol. 170, pp. 593-601
Article Journal
Sojka M., Fojtu M., Fialova J., Masarik M., Necas M., Marek R.
Locked and Loaded: Ruthenium(II)-Capped Cucurbit[ n]uril-Based Rotaxanes with Antimetastatic Properties
Inorganic Chemistry, vol. 58, (no. 16), pp. 10861-10870
Article Journal
Sojka M., Necas M., Tousek J.
Quantum chemical calculations of 31P NMR chemical shifts of P-donor ligands in platinum(II) complexes
Journal of Molecular Modeling, vol. 25, (no. 11)
Article Journal
Novotny J., Prichystal D., Sojka M., Komorovsky S., Necas M., Marek R.
Hyperfine Effects in Ligand NMR: Paramagnetic Ru(III) Complexes with 3-Substituted Pyridines
Inorganic Chemistry, vol. 57, (no. 2), pp. 641-652
Article Journal
Novotny J., Sojka M., Komorovsky S., Necas M., Marek R.
Interpreting the Paramagnetic NMR Spectra of Potential Ru(III) Metallodrugs: Synergy between Experiment and Relativistic DFT Calculations
Journal of the American Chemical Society, vol. 138, (no. 27), pp. 8432-8445