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dr hab. Kamilla Małek, Prof. UJ

kamilla.malek@uj.edu.pl, +48 12 686 2394; C3-26 room

zdjęcie wizerunku KamilliKamilla's research interests began with modeling the absorption properties of molecular crystals at the Department of Theoretical Chemistry. She has been continuing research on the border of "theory and experience" in vibrational spectroscopy since doctoral studies, with particular emphasis on the coordination relationships of bioligands. She defended her PhD in chemistry in 2003 with the work "Application of molecular spectroscopy methods to determine the structures of oximes and their complex compounds with Ni (II) and Cu (II) ions". The ongoing research projects concern the interaction of molecules of bio / medical importance with the Ag and Au (SERS) surface as well as Raman mapping and IR imaging of biological material and wall painting.

dr inż. Marta Z. Pacia

marta.pacia@jcet.eu

zdjęcie wizerunku MartyMarta obtained a master's degree in 2012 (Jagiellonian University), an engineer in 2013 (AGH), and in 2017 she obtained a PhD in chemistry with honors on the basis of the thesis: "Multiparameter imaging of chemical changes in mouse models of civilization diseases" (Faculty of Chemistry, Jagiellonian University). Currently he is implementing the SONATINA1 project (National Science Center). Marta's latest research focuses on in situ measurements of endothelial cells in isolated functional blood vessels, and changes in them under the influence of pro-inflammatory factors. As part of the project, Marta uses the Raman spectroscopy technique (both high-resolution Raman imaging and measurements using a fiber optic probe) and atomic force microscopy.

dr n.med. Katarzyna Kamińska

katarzyna1.kaminska@uj.edu.pl, +48 12 686 2577, D0-26 room

zdjęcie wizerunku Kasi Kamińskiej z psemKatarzyna Kamińska obtained the title of doctor of medical sciences (medical biology field) in 2016. From 2005 she was associated with the Department of Pharmacology of the Institute of Pharmacology of the Polish Academy of Sciences, where she dealt with, inter alia, determination of brain neurotransmitters by in vivo microdialysis and high performance liquid chromatography with electrochemical, coulochemical, uv / vis detection. In 2019, she joined the Jagiellonian Center for Drug Development (JCET) as an assistant. Her research interests are related to the properties of new psychoactive substances, immunohistochemical techniques and cancer.

dr Katarzyna Majzner

katarzyna.b.majzner@uj.edu.pl, +48 12 686 2400; C3-32 room

zdjęcie wizerunku Kasi MajznerKasia obtained a bachelor's degree in 2009 (UJK Kielce), she completed her master's studies in 2011 (UJ UJ), and in 2015 she obtained a PhD in chemistry (with honors, UJ UJ). Kasia is a graduate of the Interdisciplinary Doctoral Studies "Molecular Sciences for Medicine" (MOL-MED). The subject of her doctoral dissertation concerned the application of vibrational spectroscopy in endothelial pharmacology (promoters: Prof. Małgorzata Barańska, Faculty of Chemistry, Jagiellonian University and Prof. Stefan Chłopicki, Faculty of Medicine, Jagiellonian University Medical College). In his work, he focuses on developing the application of vibrational spectroscopy, in particular Raman microscopy, in in vitro research.

dr Grzegorz Zając

zajac@chemia.uj.edu.pl

zdjęcie wizerunku GrześkaGrzegorz obtained his master's degree in 2014 at the Faculty of Chemistry of the Jagiellonian University. The aim of the master's thesis entitled "Structure, spectroscopy and stereochemistry of astaxanthin" were studies of the optical activity of astaxanthin enantiomers using resonance enhancement ROA spectroscopy. As part of his work, Grzegorz also performed a number of theoretical DFT calculations of ROA spectra and chromatographic separation of astaxanthin enantiomers. The subject of Grzegorz's doctoral thesis will concern the research of biologically active compounds, including xanthophylls, using chiroptical methods with an emphasis on Raman optical activity.

dr Anna Nowakowska

anna.maria.nowakowska@uj.edu.pl, +48 12 686 2605; C0-23 room

zdjęcie wizerunku AniAnia obtained her master's degree in 2014 at the Faculty of Biochemistry, Biophysics and Biotechnology of the Jagiellonian University. In 2017, she also obtained a bachelor's degree at the Faculty of Physics, Astronomy and Applied Computer Science at the Jagiellonian University. In 2019, Ania defended her doctoral dissertation with honors entitled "Study of the influence of ionizing radiation on the structure of chromatin using molecular nanospectroscopy" at the Institute of Nuclear Physics of the Polish Academy of Sciences Henryk Niewodniczański. As part of her doctoral dissertation, Ania studied chromatin using AFM-IR and TERS nanospectroscopy. Currently, Ania conducts research as part of the Team-Net project awarded by the Foundation for Polish Science entitled "Platform for fast, marker-free imaging, identification and sorting of leukemia cell subtypes."

dr Krzysztof Brzozowski

krzysztof.k.brzozowski@uj.edu.pl, +48 12 686 2258, F1-37B room

zdjęcie wizerunku KrzyśkaKrzysztof completed his master's thesis and doctorate at the Faculty of Physics of the Jagiellonian University under the patronage of prof. W. Gawlik. He joined our team by vocation as a builder of functional research equipment for sciences related to physics based on the latest technologies. Currently, he is involved in the development of spectroscopic techniques and microscopy in our group, including undertook work on the construction of the SRS microscopy system and the development of applied Raman imaging techniques for medical purposes.

dr Ewelina Matuszyk

ewelina.matuszyk@uj.edu.pl, +48 12 686 2402; C3-34 room

zdjęcie wizerunku EwelinyInterest in spectroscopic techniques prompted Ewelina to undertake research as part of her master's thesis in the Raman Imaging Team, which she defended in 2015. It concerned the use of Raman imaging to track the distribution of anthracyclines in vascular endothelial cells and the analysis of their biochemical changes caused by pharmacological stimulation. Ewelina continues her research as part of her PhD, focusing on the use of vibrational spectroscopy and chemometry in in vitro research.

dr Monika Hałat

monika.halat@uj.edu.pl, +48 12 686 2393; C3-25 room

zdjęcie wizerunku MonikiMonika defended her master's degree in 2015. In her work, she focused on the assessment of FT-IR microspectroscopy in the field of diagnostics and monitoring of civilization diseases, such as atherosclerosis. The aim of the study was to determine the effect of pravastatin on the content and distribution of biochemical components of atherosclerotic plaque in animal models of atherosclerosis. After graduation, Monika joined the team, where she pursues her interests as part of doctoral studies. Monika's doctoral thesis will focus on research on biologically active compounds with the use of Raman optical activity.

dr Ewelina Wiercigroch

ewelina.wiercigroch@uj.edu.pl, +48 12 686 2391; C3-23 room

wizerunek ewelinyEwelina graduated with MSc in 2014 from the Faculty of Chemistry UJ. In her master`s thesis she focused on evaluation of capacity of FTIR microspectroscopy in the diagnosis of civilisation diseases caused by environmental factors (diabetes and breast cancer with metastasis to lungs). This included the determination of overall biochemical changes and the identification of spectral markers indicating disease. After graduating, she join the team where she continue research on IR spectroscopy and start exploring issue related with Surface Enhanced Raman Spectroscopy (SERS).

dr Karolina Chrabąszcz

karolina.chrabaszcz@doctoral.uj.edu.pl, +48 12 686 2391; C3-23 room

Karolina defended her master's degree in 2015 at the Faculty of Chemistry. In her work she has focused on the use of Raman and IR analysis of the distribution of retinoids and changes in biochemical profile in lung tumor tissues. After graduation Karolina joined the team in order to further pursue the investigation on application of vibrational spectroscopy imaging of tissues and cells of animal origin. She is one of the performers Sonata grant.

mgr inż. Adrianna Wisłocka - Orłowska

adrianna.wislocka@uj.edu.pl, +48 12 686 2580; C0-13 room

Ada obtained her master's degree in 2015 at the Faculty of Chemistry of the Jagiellonian University. She completed her master's thesis at the Department of Analytical Chemistry. She joined our team (by no means) by accident in February 2016. Currently, she deals with administrative matters and helps with scientific work. In March 2017, Ada defended her engineering degree at the Krakow University of Technology. The subject of her work was "Hierarchical and non-hierarchical methods of Raman spectra analysis of hepatocytes", which she carried out in our team under the supervision of Małgosia.

Klaudia Mielnik

klaudiasara.mielnik@uj.edu.pl, +48 12 686 2581, C0-15 room

Klaudia defended her BA thesis "Endosymbiotic microorganisms of Czerwców (Insecta, Hemiptera, Coccoidea)" at the Faculty of Biology and Earth Sciences of the Jagiellonian University in the Department of Developmental Biology and Morphology of Invertebrates in 2018. After postgraduate studies in 2019 in the field of Dietetics at Krakowska Wyższa The School of Health Promotion started a Master's degree in Dietetics and Organic Food at the same school. She started working in the Raman Imaging Team in 2020 and since then she has been supervising the proper course of work in projects (including the prestigious TEAM NET project) and the functioning of laboratories.