Zima Tomáš

Prof., MUDr., DrSc., MBA, Dr.h.c.
Born July 2, 1966 in Prague

  • biochemistry, clinical chemistry, internal medicine
  • Member of Learned Society since 2011

Educational and professional preparation

  • 1990 graduate the First Faculty of Medicine Charles University in Prague
  • 1993 CSc. degree of biochemistry Charles University
  • 1996 Associate Professor of Medical Chemistry and Biochemistry,
  • 2000 DrSc. degree of medicine Charles University
  • 2001 professor of Medical Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • 2003 Master of Business Administration – PIBS Prague
  • 2007 Profesor Honoris Causa – State Medical University J.Y.Horbachevski in Ternopil, Ukraine
  • 2009 visiting professor Faculty of Medicine, University of Zagreb

Employment and academic positions

  • 1990-1998 1st Dept. Biochemistry First Faculty of Medicine Charles University in Prague
  • 1999 - Head of Institute of Clinical Chemistry and Laboratory Diagnostics 1st Medical Faculty, Charles Univ. General University Hospital Prague
    Head of Reference Laboratory for Clinical Chemistry of Ministry of Health Czech Republic
  • 2005 - dean of the First Faculty of Medicine, Charles University

Membership and positions in international organizations and societies

  • 2011 Federation of European Biochemical Societies (FEBS) –Chair of Executive Commitee
  • 2001-2013 EFCC – European Federation of Clinical Chemistry – member of Executive Board
  • 2008 - Coresponding member – Committee on Conferences and Congresses IFCC
  • 1997-2009 ESBRA (European Society for Biomedical Research of Alcoholism)
    Member of Board of the Directors
  • 2006-2010 ISBRA (International Society for Biomedical Research of Alcoholism) Member of Board of the Directors

Notable awards

  • 1997, 2004,2006, 2010 - Prize of Czech Society of Clinical Chemistry
  • 2003 – prize of Presidium of Czech Medical Association - monography Laboratory diagnostics
  • 2008 – Award of the Rector of Charles University for the best publication in 2007 in medical sciences –Zima et al. Laboratory diagnostics
  • 2009 – Pamětní medaile Josefa Hlávky za významný přínos k uctění osobnosti a díly Josefa Hlávky
  • 2010 – Cena presidenta České lékařské komory za přínos v oblasti celoživotního vzdělávání
  • 2011 – Ocenění České manažerské aocoiace (4. místo v TOP 10 manažer roku)

Selected publications

  • Zima T. et al.: Laboratorní diagnostika, druhé doplněné a přepracované vydání, Galén Karolinum, Praha 2007, 906 s.
  • Zima T., Tesař V., Mestek O., Němeček K.: Trace elements in end stage renal disease. 1. Methodological Aspects and the influence of water treatment and dialysis equipment. Blood Purif. 17, 1999, s. 182-186.
  • Zima T., Tesař V., Mestek O., Němeček K.: Trace elements in end stage renal disease. 2. Clinical implication of trace elements. Blood Purif. 17, 1999, s. 187–195.
  • Zima T., Kalousová, M.: Oxidative Stress and signal transduction pathways in alcoholic liver disease. Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research 29, 2005, Suppl. s. 110S-115S
  • Tesař V., Zima T.: Recent Progress in the Pathogenesis of Nephrotic Protenuria. Critical Reviews in Clinical Laboratory Sciences 2008, 45 (2): 139-220
  • Zima, T., Štípek, S., Crkovská, J., Doudová, D., Měchurová, A., Calda, P.: Activity of antioxidant enzymes superoxide dismutase and glutathione peroxidase in fetal erythrocytes. Prenatal Diagnosis 16, 1996, s. 1083-1085.
  • Mestek, O., Suchánek, M., Vodičková, Z., Zemanová, B., Zima, T.: Comparison of the suitability of various atomic spectroscopic techniques for the determination of selenium in human whole blood. J. Anal. Atom.Spectrometry 12, 1997, s. 85-89.
  • Zima T., Druga R., Štípek S.: The influence of chronic moderate ethanol administration on NADPH-diaphorase /NO synthase/ activity in rats brain. Alcohol and Alcoholism 33, 1998, 341-346.
  • Zima T., Tesař V., Crkovská J., Stejskalová A., Pláteník J., Němeček K., Janebová M., Štípek S.: ICRF-187 /dexrazoan/ protects from adriamycin-induced nephrotic syndrome in rats. Nephrol. Dial. Transplant. 13, 1998, 1975-1979.
  • Kalousová M., Sulková S., Fialová L., Soukupová J., Malbohan I.M., Špaček P., Braun M., Mikulíková L., Fořtová M., Hořejší M., Tesař V., Zima T.: Glycoxidation and inflammation in chronic hemodialysis patients. Nephrol Dial Transplant 2003, 18, p. 2577-2581.
  • Zima T., Albano E., Ingelman-Sundberg M., Arteel G.E., Thiele G.M., Klassen L.W., Sun A.Y.: Modulation of Oxidative Stress by Alcohol. Alcohol Clinical and Experimental Research 29, 2005, s. 1060–1065.
  • Kalousová M., Hodková M., Kazderová m., Fialová J., Tesař V., Dusilová-Sulková S., Zima T.: Soluble Receptor for advanced glycation end products in patients with decreased renal function. American Journal of Kidney Diseases, 47, 2006, s 406-411.
  • Kalousová M., Jáchymová M., Mestek O., Hodková M., Pazderová M. , Tesař V., Zima T.: Receptor for advanced glycation end products – soluble form and gene polymorphism in chronic haemodialysis patients. Nephrol Dial Transplant, 2007, 1-7
  • Štern P., Bartoš V., Uhrová J., Bezdíčková D., Vaníčková Z., Tichý V., Pelinková K., Průša R, Zima T.: Performance Characteristics of Seven Neuron-Specific Enolase Assays. Tumor Biology, 2007, 28: 84-92
  • Kalousová M., Kuběna A. A., Koštířová M., Vinglerová M., Mestek O., Dusilová-Sulková S., Tesař V., Zima T.: Lower Retinol Levels as an Independent Predictor of Mortality in Long-term Hemodialysis Patients: A Prospective Observational Cohort Study. American Journal of Kidney Diseases, 2010, 56,3, pp 513-521
  • Kalousová M., Jáchymová M., Germanová A., Kuběna A. A., Tesař V., Zima T.: Genetic Predisposition to Advanced Glycation End Products Toxicity Is Related to Prognosis of Chronic Hemodialysis Patients. Kidney Blood Press Research, 2010, 33, p. 30-36
  • Slama J., Drazdakova M., Dundr P., Fischerova D., Zikan M., Pinkavova I., Freitag P., Fanta M., Kuzel D., Zima T., Cibula D.: High-risk human papillomavirus DNA in paraaortic lymph nodes in advanced stages of cervical carcinoma. Journal of Clinical Virology, 2011, Jan 50(1), p.46-49

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