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Group Leader & Member of the Management Committee

m.baranska@uj.edu.pl, +48 12 686 2389; C3-21 room

wizerunek profesor Małgorzaty Barańskiej

 

Professor Małgorzata Barańska manages the Raman Spectroscopy Group and performs the role of the Group Leader in the Team-Net Project. She also is a member of the Management Committee of the Project. 

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Project Team Leader

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

wizerunek doktor Katarzyny Majzner

 

 

 

Doctor Katarzyna Majzner performs the role of Project Team Leader. She is responsible for the planning and implementation of all the tasks carried out under the Team-Net Project. She is also accountable for reporting and taking care of the fluent execution of the research and supporting all activities in terms of their merits.

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Postdoctoral Researcher

aleksandra.borek-dorosz@uj.edu.pl, D0-18 room

A photo of Ola

 

Doctor Aleksandra performs the role of Postdoctoral Researcher in the Team-Net Project. She is continuing her work after PhD dissertation. She is involved in the investigation of is involved in the analysis of individual T-cell subtypes, of their activation and macrophage polarization.

 

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Postdoctoral Researcher

sylwia.orzechowska@uj.edu.pl, +48 660 993 544 , D0-26 room

 

 

Doctor Sylwia Orzechowska performs the function of Postdoctoral Researcher in the Team-Net Project. She is involved in the investigation of leukemia cells with the use of Raman imaging and the spectroscopic characterization of particular cell subtypes.

 

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Postdoctoral Researcher

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

wizerunek doktor Anny Nowakowskiej

 

 

Doctor Anna Nowakowska performs the role of Postdoctoral Researcher in the Team-Net Project. She supports the planning and execution of the experimental work. In the Project, she is involved in the investigation of new in vitro models of leukemia cells with the use of Raman imaging.

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Experienced Researcher

krzysztof.k.brzozowski@uj.edu.pl

wizerunek doktora Krzysztofa Brzozowskiego

 

Doctor Krzysztof Brzozowski is an Experienced Researcher in the Team-Net Project. He is responsible for the proper planning and implementation of experimental and laboratory work.

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Ph.D. Students

adriana.adamczyk@doctoral.uj.edu.pl, +48 12 686 2393, C3-25 room

wizerunek Adriany Adamczyk

 

Ada is a Ph.D. Student in the Team-Net Project. Ada is pursuing her doctoral dissertation based on the work conducted in the Project. Her research focuses on spectroscopic characterization of leukemic in vitro models, as well as studying cell-drug interactions. Ada also explores the potential of Raman reporters in leukemia diagnosis with the use of Raman imaging (Supervisor: prof. dr hab. Małgorzata Barańska, Co-Supervisor: dr Katarzyna Majzner).

patrycja.leszczenko@doctoral.uj.edu.pl, +48 12 686 23 91, C3-23 room

wizerunek Patrycji

 

Patrycja is a Ph.D. Student in the Team-Net Project. Patrycja is pursuing her dissertation by conducting research as part of the project. In her work, she focuses on identifying specific spectral markers that enable differentiation of cancer cells isolated from patients from normal cells, as well as identification of particular subtypes of leukemia (Supervisor: prof. dr hab. Małgorzata Barańska, Co-Supervisor: dr Katarzyna Majzner). As part of the project, she complimented a master's thesis entitled "Application of Raman spectroscopy to analyze the biochemical profile of selected leukemic cells" (Supervisor: dr hab. Katarzyna M. Marzec).

patrycja.dawiec@doctoral.uj.edu.pl, +48 12 686 2393, C3-25 room

wizerunek Patrycji Dawiec

 

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.

 

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Pracownicy

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

zdjęcie wizerunku KamilliZainteresowania naukowe Kamilli rozpoczęły się modelowaniem właściwości absorpcyjnych kryształów molekularnych w Zakładzie Chemii Teoretycznej. Badania na pograniczu „teorii i doświadczenia” w spektroskopii oscylacyjnej kontynuuje od studiów doktoranckich, ze szczególnym zwróceniem uwagi na związki koordynacyjne bioligandów. Tytuł doktora chemii obroniła w 2003 roku pracą „Zastosowanie metod spektroskopii molekularnej do wyznaczania struktur oksymów i ich związków kompleksowych z jonami Ni(II) i Cu(II)”. Prowadzone obecnie projekty badawcze dotyczą oddziaływania molekuł o znaczeniu bio/medycznym z powierzchnią Ag i Au (SERS) oraz mapowania ramanowskiego i obrazowania IR materiału biologicznego i malarstwa ściennego.

katarzyna.marzec@jcet.eu

zdjęcie wizerunku KasiKatarzyna M. Marzec uzyskała tytuł licencjacki (2004), magisterski (2006) oraz doktora chemii (z wyróżnieniem, 2010) na Wydziale Chemii UJ. W czasie studiów doktoranckich podjęła współpracę z Uniwersytetem w Coimbrze w Portugalii, gdzie zajmowała się spektroskopią absorpcyjną w podczerwieni w niskotemperaturowych matrycach gazów szlachetnych. Po obronie pracy doktorskiej dołączyła do Jagiellońskiego Centrum Rozwoju Leków (JCET), jako adiunkt. W 2013 otrzymała stypendium Uniwersytetów Australijskich Go8 umożliwiający prowadzenie badań na Uniwersytecie Monash, Australia oraz stypendium Kościuszki na rok 2014 (University of Illinois, USA). W swoich badaniach stosuje techniki spektroskopii oscylacyjnej do analizy tkanek, komórek oraz bioaktywnych związków.

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Volunteers & Student Candidates

wizerunek Mai Bartoszek

 

Maja is a Master's Student at the Medical Chemistry (the Faculty of Chemistry, JU). She is focused on studies of cell-drug interactions on the example of leukemic cells. Her master's thesis is entitled "Study of the effect of JAK-STAT signaling pathway inhibition on leukemic cell metabolism using Raman spectroscopy" (Supervisor: dr Katarzyna Majzner, Advisor:Adriana Adamczyk). Maja as a fourth-year Student at the Medical Chemistry worked as an Intern in the Raman Imaging Group at the Faculty of Chemistry, JU. As a part of the Team-Net Project, she was working on her bachelor's thesis entitled "Spectroscopic analysis of acute lymphoblastic leukemia with MLL gene rearrangement" (Supervisor: prof. dr hab. Małgorzata Barańska).

A photo of Wiktoria Korona

Wiktoria is a Master's Student at the Chemistry (the Faculty of Chemistry, JU). As a part of the Team-Net Project, she is working on her master's thesis entitled "Study of the phenotype of transduced cells of cell lines with FLT3 gene mutation by Raman spectroscopy" (Supervisor: dr Sylwia Orzechowska, Advisor: dr Aleksandra Borek-Dorosz). Wiktoria's work in the project began with an internship in July 2022 and now she is continuing her work as part of her master's thesis.

A photo of Joanna Król

Joanna is a Master's Student at the Environmental Protection (the Faculty of Chemistry, JU). She is focused on studies aimed at defining spectroscopic markers of different mutations in leukemic cells. As a part of the Team-Net Project, she is working on her master's thesis entitled "Raman imaging in the analysis of ZNF384 mutations in clinical samples of acute lymphoblastic leukemia" (Supervisor: dr Aleksandra Borek-Dorosz, Advisor: Patrycja Leszczenko).

A photo of Patrycja Lenart

Patrycja is a Master's Student at the Medical Chemistry (the Faculty of Chemistry, JU). As a part of the Team-Net Project, she is working on her master's thesis entitled "Raman spectroscopy and supervised chemometric methods in the study of drug resistance of acute lymphoblastic leukemia cells" (Supervisor: dr Katarzyna Majzner, Advisor: Adriana Adamczyk, Patrycja Dawiec).

Aleksandra Szkup' photo

Aleksandra is a Master's Student at the Chemistry (the Faculty of Chemistry, JU). As a part of the Team-Net Project, she is working on her master's thesis entitled "Identification of spectroscopic markers of KMT2A mutations in acute myeloblastic leukemia - studies using model systems" (Supervisor: prof. dr hab. Małgorzta Barańska, Advisor: dr Sylwia Orzechowska).

 

A photo of Lidia Janicka

Lidia is a Bachelor's Student at the Medical Chemistry (the Faculty of Chemistry, JU). As a part of the Team-Net Project, she was working on her bachelor's thesis entitled "Characterization of ruxolitinib-induced biochemical changes in cells of MUTZ5 lineage" (Supervisor: dr Katarzyna Majzner, Advisor: dr Aleksandra Borek-Dorosz). Lidia is also working on her mini-project as part of the Team-Net Project.

A photo of Kacper Siakala

 

Kacper is a first-year undergraduate studying Mathematics and Natural Sciences (SMP) at the Jagiellonian University. Kacper began his cooperation with the Team as a student of the graduating class at Technical School No. 4 in Jastrzębie-Zdrój in 2021. The research topics that Kacper is involved in during an internship are related to the spectroscopic characterization of in vitro models of acute lymphoblastic leukemia (Supervisor: dr Anna Nowakowska).

A photo of Kacper Stawoski

Kacper is a second-year undergraduate studying Mathematics and Natural Sciences (SMP) at the Jagiellonian University. Kacper began his cooperation with the Team in 2021. The research topics that Kacper is involved in are related to studies of in vitro models of leukemia (Supervisor: prof. dr hab. Małgorzata Barańska, Advisor: Adriana Adamczyk).

A photo of Julia Matuszczyk

 

 

As a part of the Team-Net Project, Julia is working on her mini-project.In the frame of the mini-project, Julia focuses on the analysis of clinical samples with the TEL-AML1 mutation.

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Worked with Us

wizerunek Karoliny Czui

 

Karolina was a Master's Student at the Medical Chemistry (the Faculty of Chemistry, JU). As a part of the Team-Net Project, she was working on her master's thesis entitled "Differentiation of the phenotype of B-cell and T-cell acute lymphoblastic leukemia blasts" (Supervisor: prof. dr hab. Małgorzata Barańska, Advisor: Patrycja Leszczenko).

 

wizerunek Agnieszki Fatly

 

Agnieszka was a Master's Student at the Medical Chemistry (the Faculty of Chemistry, JU). As a part of the Team-Net Project, she was working on her master's thesis entitled "Spectroscopic characteristics of Philadelphia chromosome-positive acute lymphoblastic leukemia" (Supervisor: dr Katarzyna Majzner, Advisor: Adriana Adamczyk).

 

wizerunek Justyny Stolarskiej

 

Justyna was a Master's Student at the Medical Chemistry (the Faculty of Chemistry, JU). As a part of the Team-Net Project, she was working on her master's thesis entitled "Study of the phenotype of transfected cell lines with IDH1 and IDH2 gene mutations by Raman spectroscopy" (Supervisor: dr Anna Nowakowska, Advisor: Aleksandra Borek-Dorosz).

 

Magdalena was a Bachelor's Student at the Medical Chemistry (the Faculty of Chemistry, JU). As a part of the Team-Net Project, she was working on her bachelor's thesis entitled "The use of Raman spectroscopy in the study of biochemical changes of polarized macrophages" (Supervisor: dr Anna Nowakowska, Advisor: Aleksandra Borek-Dorosz).

wizerunek Anny Sadrakuły

 

Anna was a Bachelor's Student at the Medical Chemistry (the Faculty of Chemistry, JU). As a part of the Team-Net Project, she was working on her bachelor's thesis entitled "Raman imaging in the identification of biochemical state and phenotype of acute myeloid leukemia cells" (Supervisor: dr Katarzyna Majzner).

wizerunek Kingi Cempy

 

Kinga completed a master's thesis entitled "Evaluation of the spectroscopic profile of acute myeloid leukemia using selected examples of cell lines and clinical samples" (Supervisor: prof. dr hab. Małgorzata Barańska, Advisor: dr Katarzyna Majzner and dr Anna Nowakowska). She was Master's Student at the Medical Chemistry (the Faculty of Chemistry, JU). 

wizerunek Agnieszki Grabackiej

 

Agnieszka was a Master's Student at the Chemistry (the Faculty of Chemistry, JU). As a part of the Team-Net Project, she worked on her master's thesis entitled "Spectroscopic studies of cell-drug interactions in a selected subtype of acute lymphoblastic leukemia" (Supervisor: prof. dr hab. Małgorzata Barańska, Advisor: Adriana Adamczyk).

wizerunek Sviatlany Kashyrskayi

 

Sviatlana was an Intern in the Raman Imaging Group at the Faculty of Chemistry, JU. As a part of the Team-Net Project, she was working on her mini-project focused on studies of spectroscopic characterization of acute lymphoblastic leukemia with the presence of the Philadelphia chromosome (Supervisor: dr Katarzyna Majzner and dr Anna Nowakowska).

 

 

As part of the project, Anna completed a master's thesis entitled "Characterization of leukocyte phenotypic variation by Raman spectroscopy" (Supervisor: dr hab. Katarzyna M. Marzec).

As part of the project, Kinga completed a master's thesis entitled "The use of Raman spectroscopy in the classification of B-cell acute lymphoblastic leukemia - model studies using selected cell lines" (Supervisor: dr Katarzyna Majzner).