Prof. Vladimír Tesař, MD, PhD, MBA (CZ)

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Business address:
Department of Nephrology, 1st School of Medicine, Charles University
U nemocnice 2
128 08 Prague 2
Czech Republic
Tel.: +420224962696
E-mail: vladimir.tesar (at) lf1­, vladimir.tesar (at) vfn­.cz

1982 MD, 1st Faculty of Medicine, Charles Univ., Prague
1985 postgraduate examination – internal medicine, 1st degree
1989 postgraduate examination – internal medicine, 2nd degree
1991 thesis for Ph.D.: Renal complications of liver cirhosis, Award of the Czech Medical Society for the best publication in 1990, Deputy Chief of the 1st Dept. Med. for education
1992 postgraduate examination – nephrology
1993 thesis for habilitation: Volume expansion in liver cirhosis
1997 doctor of science thesis: Cytokines and adhesion molecules in renal vasculitis and glomerulonephritis
1999 professor of medicine
1999 – 2005 vice-dean of the 1st School of Medicine for research and science
1999 deputy chief – 1st Dept. Med., Charles Univ., Prague
2003 head – Department of Nephrology, Charles University, Prague
2004 graduation on Prague International Business School, MBA
2005 Fellow of the American Society of Nephrology
2008 member of the Scientific Advisory Board, European Renal Association
2011 member of the Council of ERA/EDTA (European Renal Association)
2011 Fellow of the European Renal Association

The most important scientific publications:
author or co-author of more than 270 original publications according to Pubmed, including Nephrology, Dialysis, Transplantation; American Journal of Kidney Diseases, Kidney International, New England Journal of Medicine, Rheumatology, Blood Purification, Kidney and Blood Pressure Research, Journal of Nephrology, Lupus, Annals of Internal Medicíne, Annals of Rheumatic Diseases, JAMA, etc.

Science Citation Index more than 2700, H-index 23, one of the main authors of two monographies (Vasculitides in Clinical Practice – 1994, Cli­nical Nephrology – 1995, both in Czech, second edition 2006)

Substantial part of the publications deals with renal complications of liver cirrhosis (up to 1992) and diagnosis and treatment of glomerulonephri­tides, mainly ANCA-positive vasculitides and lupus nephritis (since 1992), renal and renovascular hypertension and oxidative stress in renal disease and cardiovascular complications of renal failure and the genetic diseases of the kidney