Central European Institute of Technology at Masaryk University – a member of the CEITEC consortium, is the leading life science research institute of the Czech Republic.
CEITEC is based in Brno, where G.J. Mendel once laid the groundwork for modern genetics.
The young and dynamic interdisciplinary centre is focused on plant science, structural biology, molecular medicine, and neuroscience.
CEITEC attracts top EU grants and has become an integral part of distinguished European scientific networks. Its success can be attributed not only to its modern, efficiently managed shared laboratories, but also to its people.
The centre employs excellent scientists from all over the world, who are committed to fulfil CEITEC’s mission to improve quality of life and human health. CEITEC strives to provide a motivating and innovative scientific environment, state-of-the-art research infrastructure, and a supportive culture of open communication and equal opportunities.