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Kamilla'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.
firstname.lastname@example.orgMarta 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.
email@example.com, +48 12 686 2400; C3-32 roomKasia 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.
firstname.lastname@example.orgGrzegorz received his MSc degree in chemistry in 2014 and PhD degree in 2018 (both with the award of distinction), from the Faculty of Chemistry, Jagiellonian University in Krakow, under the guidance of Prof. Malgorzata Baranska. In his PhD dissertation he developed new methods of ROA signal induction and enhancement, e.g. AIRROA (Aggregation-Induced Resonance Raman Optical Activity). During his postdoctoral fellowship he collaborated with Prof. Petr Bouř from the Institute of Organic Chemistry and Biochemistry, Prague, Czech Republic. Currently he is a researcher in the Jagiellonian Centre for Experimental Therapeutics (JCET), Jagiellonian University, where he is a principal investigator of the NCN OPUS grant. His research focuses on computational and spectroscopic studies of biomolecular systems, by means of chiroptical methods: ROA, ECD, VCD, as well as development of resonance enhancement methods in ROA.
email@example.com, +48 12 686 2605; C0-23 roomAnia 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."
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Sylwia is a graduate of Biophysics of the Faculty of Biochemistry, Biophysics and Biotechnology at the Jagiellonian University. In 2018, she defended her doctoral dissertation entitled “Physicochemical characterization of the mineralization of collagen structures” at the Faculty of Physics, Astronomy and Applied Computer Science at the Jagiellonian University. As part of her doctoral dissertation, Sylwia studied the pathological calcification of soft tissues using FTIR spectroscopy and computed microtomography, she proposed the software to artifacts correction in microtomography, and she developed a mathematical model of mineralization growth in tissues. In cooperation with Polytechnic of Białystok, she was concerned in the research on gas sensing and molecular mechanisms of graphene sensors detection. She was also involved in works on Boron Neutron Capture Therapy development in Poland. In 2019, she received the Rector's award for outstanding scientific achievements. In 2021, she joined to the Team-Net project awarded by the Foundation for Polish Science, focusing on the use of Raman spectroscopy and chemometry methods in the analyze of leukemia cells subtypes.