email@example.com, +48 12 686 2393; C3-25 roomAda finished Bachelor of Science in chemistry in 2017 at the Department of Chemistry, Jagiellonian University. She worked under the supervision of Professor Małgorzata Baranska and investigated wide range of applications for biological samples analysis based on spectroscopic techniques such as Infrared and Raman spectroscopies. Working there has encouraged her to continue studies in the field of spectroscopic methods development. In 2017, Ada joined the Advanced Spectroscopy in Chemistry (ASC) European Erasmus Mundus Master programme where continued her master studies at University of Lille1, France and University of Helsinki, Finland. During doctoral studies Ada will focus on the application of Raman spectroscopy in Leukemia diagnostics.
firstname.lastname@example.org, +48 12 686 2402; C3-34 roomKarolina received her Master degree in 2020 at the Faculty of Chemistry, Jagiellonian University, however her interest in spectroscopic techniques started much earlier. The aim of her master thesis focused on the high definition FTIR imaging and its application in visualization of characteristic morphological lungs structures and the pathological alternations. The research included also tracking the extracellular matrix remodeling during breast cancer metastasis process. In 2019, Karolina became a laureate of the 8th edition of the ministerial program - Diamond Grant. The research showing FTIR and Raman imaging as a novel analytical strategy in tracking the mesenchymal stem cells differentiation process will be the basis of her PhD thesis.
email@example.com, +48 12 686 2391; C3-23 roomEwelina received her Master degree in 2017 at the Faculty of Materials Science and Ceramics at AGH University of Science and Technology in Cracow. During preparation of master thesis, Ewelina characterized the structure of silicate – phosphate glasses with addition of B2O3 by using mid- infrared and Raman spectroscopy. In the frame of PhD thesis, Ewelina will be using Raman imaging with chemometric analysis for determination of cytoplasmatic lipids amount in ooctytes.
firstname.lastname@example.org, +48 12 686 2391; C3-23 roomAneta received her Master of Science degree in 2017 at the Jagiellonian University. Her work concerned using of FTIR microscopy and chemometric analysis to recognition of spectra changes of animal model plasma which represented metastasis of breast cancer to lungs. Aneta’s doctorate thesis will include the analysis of biological samples using surface-enhanced Raman spectroscopy and infrared imaging.
email@example.comMonika has graduated from the Faculty of Medicine (UJ-CM) and Advanced Materials and Nanotechnology (UJ) in 2014. In 2015, after one year of medical practice, she began specialization in pathology at the Department of Pathomorphology of the Jagiellonian University. Currently, from March 2018 she participates in the Doctoral Studies "InterDokMed", and the research topis of her work is the spectrodiagnostics of bladder cancer.
firstname.lastname@example.org, +48 12 686 2393, C3-25 roomPatrycja graduated with MSc in medicinal chemistry at the Faculty of Chemistry JU in 2020. In her master’s thesis she looked into the application of Raman spectroscopy in the analysis of the biochemical profile of selected leukemic cells. During the doctoral studies, Patrycja will further explore this subject, focusing on the application of RS in leukemias diagnostics.
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Jagoda received her Master’s degree in 2020 at the Faculty of Chemistry, Jagiellonian University. In her work she focused on the characteristics of drug-induced phospholipidosis in vascular endothelial cells by means of Raman and fluorescence imaging. During doctoral studies, Jagoda will continue her work and focus on spectroscopic studies of cell-drug interactions in vascular endothelium as a model system.
firstname.lastname@example.orgAnia graduated from the Faculty of Chemistry at the University of Wrocław in 2018. Curiosity about spectroscopic techniques prompted her to undertake research in the Raman Imaging Group at the Faculty of Chemistry of the Jagiellonian University, which resulted in the defense of her master's thesis in 2020. She focused on the subject of the phenotype variability characteristics of immune system cells (leukocytes) using Raman spectroscopy and chemometric techniques. Ania during her doctoral studies at the Jagiellonian Centre for Experimental Therapeutics (JCET) will focus on Raman subcellular imaging of endothelial dysfunction, as well as the use of Raman reporters to detect various specific cellular organelles.
Agnieszka received her MSc degree in medicinal chemistry in 2022 at the Faculty of Chemistry, Jagiellonian University. She worked under the supervision of Professor Małgorzata Barańska and cooperated with PhD Grzegorz Zając from the Jagiellonian Centre for Experimental Therapeutics (JCET). Her scientific interests focus on spectroscopic analysis of various biomolecular systems in use of chiroptical spectroscopy techniques (ROA, CPL, ECD). In her master’s thesis she concerned on distinguishing unmodified protein-based systems and their post-translational modifications models in use of the Eu(III) based CPL probe. Currently, Agnieszka is a PhD student of Biomedical Sciences at JCET, and she continues her research on using Circularly Polarized Luminescence and Raman Optical Activity in search of structural changes in proteins.
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Patrycja received a master's degree in chemistry with honors in 2022 from the Faculty of Chemistry of Jagiellonian University. During her studies, she realized courses as part of the Photochemistry and Biospectroscopy specialization panel. She worked under the supervision of Prof. Malgorzata Baranska. Her master's thesis concerned the characterization and differentiation of DLBCL lymphoma cells using Raman imaging in combination with chemometric methods. During her doctoral studies, Patrycja will focus on the applications of Raman spectroscopy in the study of biological samples.