Godło WUM

Laboratory for Cell Research and Application

Medical University of Warsaw

Angelika Długosz, PhD

Angelika Długosz

A graduate of the Faculty of Agriculture and Biology at the Warsaw University of Life Sciences, majoring in biology with a specialization in microbiology. Her master thesis was concerned with the development of the Real-time PCR method to detect human Poliomavirus BK (BKV) infection, which was performed at the Medical Microbiology Department of the Medical University of Warsaw.

In 2012, she was involved in a project aimed at identifying a chemical compound that inhibits the biological effects of interleukin 15 (IL-15) by selectively blocking the IL-15Rα receptor and search of innovative endothelial drug in a group of new escin derivatives at the Institute of Immunology, Biochemistry and Nutrition at the Medical University of Warsaw.

A participant of the BASTION project in the research study regarding evaluation of the full transcriptional profile of pheochromocytoma and the search for new genetic mutations related to the pathogenesis of the tumor, which were carried out at the Department of Internal Medicine, Hypertension and Vascular Diseases of the Medical University of Warsaw.

From 2012 to 2016, she was a PhD scholarship holder of the TEAM programme "Search for genetic variants, novel genes and biological pathways influencing cardiac hypertrophy - an integrative genomics approach", from which in 2020 she obtained a PhD degree in medical science.

She has been employed at the Laboratory for Cell Research and Application WUM since 2017. Apart from research activities, she acts as an Assistant Production Manager and an Assistant Quality Assurance and Management Systems Representative, as well as a Competent Person, a Qualified Person and a Responsible Person at the GMP-certified manufacturing laboratory.


Contact details: angelika.dlugosz@wum.edu.pl

 

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