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Igor Bartish PhD.


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Ph.D. 1985-1988 Institute of Biochemistry, Academy of Sciences of the USSR, Moscow - biochemistry
B.A. and M.Sc. 1980-1985 Kyiv State University, USSR – molecular biology

Employment History

2009-
Research Leader, Institute of Botany, Academy of Sciences of Czech Republic.
2007-2009
Post Doc, University of Rennes, France. Research on macroevolutionary patterns in regional habitat types of angiosperms in The Netherlands.
2003-2006
Post Doc, Swedish Museum of Natural History, Stockholm. Research on evolutionary history of subfamily Chrysophylloideae (Sapotaceae): Fieldwork in Australia and Costa Rica; management of herbaria specimens; population genetic analyses, molecular marker data generation (sequencing of multiple cpDNA and nuclear genes) and analysis (parsimony, maximum likelihood and Bayesian phylogenetic reconstructions, dating); presentation of results at international meetings; preparation of publications.
2002-2003
Post Doc, Gutenberg University, Institute of Special Botany, Mainz, Germany. Research on evolutionary history and population genetics of European subspecies of Hippophae rhamnoides (Elaeagnaceae): Fieldwork in Austria, Germany, Italy, Russsia; molecular marker data generation (sequencing of nuclear genes; cpDNA RFLPs) and analysis (Nested Clade Analysis of phylogeographical patterns, Mismatch Distribution Analysis, estimation of demographic history parameters, dating); preparation of publications.
2000-2001
Head of DNA Laboratory, Institute of Botany, Academy of Sciences of Czech Republic, Prague. Administration of the laboratory; collaboration with colleagues from the institute on Butomus, Hieracium and Myosotis projects; generation of molecular data (cpDNA RFLPs); analysis of population genetic data (genetic diversity estimations, numerical taxonomy; AMOVA, autocorrelation, parsimony); preparation of publications.
1997-2000
Post Doc, Swedish Agricultural University, Alnarp. Research on Chaenomeles and Hippophae: Generation of molecular data (RAPDs, cpDNA RFLPs); analysis of population genetic data (genetic diversity estimations, numerical taxonomy, AMOVA, autocorrelation, phylogenetic reconstructions, genome mapping); presentation of results at international meetings; preparation of publications.
1989-1997
Junior and Senior Scientist, Institute of Horticulture, Academy of Agricultural Sciences of Ukraine, Kyiv. Administration of Laboratory of Genetic Transformation; research on development of methods of plant tissue culture and genetic transformation; genome mapping; population genetics, supervision of graduate and post-graduate studies.

Teaching

There have been a few opportunities for me to teach during my professional carrier. I supervised (about 120 hours annually) some successfully defended Master of Science diploma works by undergraduate students of Dnipropetrovs’k and Kyiv Universities in Ukraine, and participated in supervision of a successful postgraduate PhD works (Institute of Horticulture, Kyiv, and Institute of Botany, Prague).

Research

My research interests and activities are reflected in the projects I have been running during my career. They are in the areas of development of molecular markers for agricultural and adaptive traits in plants and genetic mapping (collaboration with Prof. Norman F. Weeden, Cornell University), plant population genetics and ecology (collaboration with Prof. Hilde Nybom, Swedish Agricultural University, Alnarp; Dr. Jan Kirschner, Dr. Helena Storhova, Institute of Botany, Prague; Dr. Angela Peterson, University of Halle), plant population genetics, phylogeography and historical demography of plant populations (collaboration with Prof. Hans P. Comes, University of Salzburg, and Prof. Joachim W. Kaderiet, Gutenberg University, Mainz); molecular phylogeny, systematics, biogeography and evolution (collaboration with Dr. Ulf Swenson, Swedish Museum of Natural History, Stockholm); paleoecology and phylogenetic structure of plant communities (collaboration with Prof. Andreas Prinzing, University of Rennes). At earlier stages of my career I also worked on genetic transformation of plants (collaboration with Prof. Alan McHughen, University of Saskatchewan) and molecular structure of protein complexes (under Prof. Boris F. Poglazov, Institute of Biochemistry, Moscow).

Administration

My administrative skills developed during holding the posts of the Head of Laboratory at the Institute of Horticulture and at the Institute of Botany. The job required involvement in areas such as administration of laboratory, development of research skills of staff, supervision of research work of students.

Research grants and awards

2012-2016. Alexey Kudrin Foundation. Evolutionary history of Hippophaë rhamnoides L. in the Neogene - 4 years.
2009-2014. Purkine Fellowship, Academy of Sciences of Czech Republic. Plant Population Genetics and Ecology – 5 years.
2003-2006. National Science Foundation, Sweden. Phylogeny of Sapotaceae – 3 years.
2002-2003. Alexander von Humboldt Foundation, Germany. Phylogeography of Hippophae rhamnoides in Europe – 15 months.
1998. Royal Academy of Sciences and Swedish Institute, European Comission. Molecular analysis of natural populations of Chaenomeles – three and nine months.
1996. Government of the USA, CAST Program. Generation of linkage map for interspecific cross in Malus – six months.
Starší významné publikace před rokem 2004:
Swenson U., Lowry P. P., Munzinger J, Rydin C, Bartish I. V. (2008) Phylogeny and generic limits in the Niemeyera complex of New Caledonian Sapotaceae: evidence of multiple origins of the anisomerous flower. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution, 49:909-929. Swenson U., Richardson J. E., Bartish I. V. (2008) Multi-gene phylogeny of the pantropical subfamily Chrysophylloideae (Sapotaceae): evidence of generic polyphyly and extensive morphological homoplasy. Cladistics, 24:1006-1031. Peterson, A., Bartish, I. V., Peterson, J. (2008) Effects of population size on genetic diversity, fitness and pollinator community composition in fragmented populations of Anthericum liliago L. Plant Ecology 198: 101-110. Feyissa, T., Nybom, H., Bartish, I. V., Welander, M. (2007) Analysis of genetic diversity in the endangered tropical tree species Hagenia abyssinica using ISSR markers. Genetic Resources and Crop Evolution 54: 947-958. Swenson, U., Munzinger, J., Bartish, I. V. (2007) Molecular phylogeny of Planchonella (Sapotaceae) and eight new species from New Caledonia. Taxon, 56: 329-354. Swenson, U., Bartish, I. V., and Munzinger, J. (2007) Generic limitation, diagnostic characters, and the role of a multi-seeded fruit in dispersal of Australasian Chrysophylloideae (Sapotaceae, Ericales). Cladistics 23: 201-228. Nybom, H., and Bartish, I. V. (2007) DNA markers and morphometry reveal multiclonal and poorly defined taxa in an apomictic Cotoneaster species complex. Taxon 56: 119-128. Bartish, I. V., Kadereit, J. W., and Comes, H. P. (2006) Late Quaternary history of Hippophaë rhamnoides L. (Elaeagnaceae) inferred from chalcone synthase intron (Chsi) sequences and chloroplast DNA variation. Molecular Ecology 15: 4065-4083. Bartish, I.V., Swenson, U., Munzinger, J., and Anderberg, A. (2005) Phylogenetic relationships among New Caledonian Sapotaceae (Ericales): molecular evidence for generic polyphyly and repeated dispersal. American Journal of Botany 92: 667-673. Persson Hovmalm, H.A., Jeppsson N., Bartish I.V., Nybom H. (2004) RAPD analysis of diploid and tetraploid populations of Aronia points to different reproductive strategies within the genus. Hereditas 141: 301-312. Kirschner, J., Bartish, I., Hroudova, Z., Kirshnerova, L., Zakravsky, P. (2004) Contrasting patterns of spatial genetic structure of diploid and triploid populationss of the clonal aquaatic species, Butomus umbellatus (Butomaceae), in Central Europe. Folia Geobotanica 39: 13-26.