Godło WUM

Laboratory for Cell Research and Application

Medical University of Warsaw

Barbara Świerczek-Lasek, PhD

dr Barbara Świerczek-LasekGraduated from the Faculty of Biology at the University of Warsaw, specialization: molecular biology. She carried out her doctoral dissertation on the role of Wnt, Shh and Interleukin-4 signaling pathways in the differentiation of the murine embryonic stem cells at the Department of Cytology, Faculty of Biology, University of Warsaw. She was a Project Manager in the project Preludium NCN entitled "Mesenchymal stem cells as a potential immunosuppressive agent in skeletal muscle cell therapy - studies in a mouse model". During her doctorate, she completed an EMBO internship in the group of prof. Münsterberg at the University of East Anglia in Great Britain, where she studied the role of miRNAs in the regulation of the Wnt pathway. She actively participated in science popularizing events at the Faculty of Biology of the University of Warsaw, organizing workshops and giving lectures during the Science Festival, Biologists' Night and the Polish edition of UniStem Day. Her research interests include issues related to cell differentiation during mammalian embryonic development and tissue regeneration processes. Since November 2019, she has been employed as a Biotechnologist at the Laboratory for Cell Research and Application of the Medical University of Warsaw.

Contact details: bswierczek@wum.edu.pl

 

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