I am currently an Associate Professor and Group leader at International Research Agenda 3P, a research unit of Medical University of Gdansk. I received a master's degree in mathematics and applied statistics in 2008 from the Warsaw University. I got interested in brain tumor biology and gene regulation, and those interests directed me to a biological laboratory where in 2013 I did my PhD. In years 2013-2016 as a research fellow in Genetics at Harvard Medical School I have been involved in projects focused on epigenetic factors influencing chromatin states. In particular, I co-developed a novel method to assess DNA accessibility that can be used to assess chromatin changes triggered by external stimulations. In years 2016-2019 I was was working at Nencki Institute on epigenetic therapies facilitating cancer treatment. At the end of 2019 I joined the International Research Agenda 3P.
80-211 Gdansk, Poland
Group Leader • December 2020 - Present
Research Fellow • August 2016 - September 2019
Research Fellow • June 2013 - June 2016
Specialist • March 2013 - June 2013
PhD in biology with speciality in bioinformatics (with honors)• Mar 2013
MSc Degree in Mathematics with speciality in Applied Statistics • Sep 2008