Oleg Lunov
Institute of Physics of the Czech Academy of Sciences
(FZU), Czech Republic

Oleg Lunov was a PhD student in the International Graduate School in Molecular Medicine Ulm, Germany from 2008 till 2011. He received his PhD degree in Molecular Medicine from Ulm University, Ulm, Germany in 2011. After, he worked as post-doctoral researcher in the Institute of Pharmacology, Ulm University, Germany till the end of 2013. Since the beginning of 2014 Dr. Lunov received Purkyně fellowship and joined Institute of Physics of the Czech Academy of Sciences, Prague.
Dr. Lunov is the Head of the Laboratory of Biophysics in Institute of Physics of the Czech Academy of Sciences since 2017. In particular, the group of Dr. Lunov studies biomedical applications of non-thermal plasmas; interactions of nanosized particles with living cells and subcellular structures; develops laser-based bio-research.

Relevant/interesting papers
Frtús A, Smolková B, Uzhytchak M, Lunova M, Jirsa M, Kubinová Š, Dejneka A, Lunov O.
Analyzing the mechanisms of iron oxide nanoparticles interactions with cells: A road from failure to success in clinical applications.
J. Control. Release 2020; 328: 59.

Lunov O, Zablotskii V, Churpita O, Jäger A, Polívka L, Syková E, Dejneka A, Kubinová Š.
The interplay between biological and physical scenarios of bacterial death induced by non-thermal plasma.
Biomaterials. 2016; 82: 71.

Lunov O, Syrovets T, Loos C, Beil J, Delacher M, Tron K, Nienhaus G U, Musyanovych A, Mailänder V, Landfester K, Simmet Th.
Differential uptake of functionalized polystyrene nanoparticles by human macrophages and a monocytic cell line.
ACS Nano. 2011; 5: 1657.