Godło WUM

Laboratory for Cell Research and Application

Medical University of Warsaw

Stefan Rudziński, MSc

Stefan RudzińskiGraduated from the Faculty of Biology and Agriculture at the University of Life Sciences in Warsaw. In 2017, he obtained a master's degree in biology with a specialization in microbiology. He completed his master's thesis at the Department of Biochemistry of the Warsaw University of Life Sciences, where he conducted research on obtaining the coding sequence for the triticale protein homologue of the alpha form of legumaine (Leg-4) and subjecting it to bioinformatics analysis. During his studies, he completed a three-month internship at the Laboratory of Molecular and Systemic Neuromorphology at the Institute of Experimental Biology M. Nencki, where he cultivated and studied neurons isolated from the rat hippocampus in order to understand the chromatin behavior in response to chemically induced long-term synaptic enhancement using confocal microscopy imaging. In years 2018-2019, he worked as a junior research assistant at the Department of Genetics and Clinical Immunology at the Institute of Tuberculosis and Lung Diseases in Warsaw, where he dealt with the genetics of lung cancer and the cultivation of cancer cells and neutrophils. During this period, he specialized in various molecular biology techniques, including next-generation sequencing (NGS), and he presented his work in this area in 2019 at the international congress of the European Respiratory Society (ERS) in Madrid. In February 2020, he started working at the Laboratory for Cell Research and Application of the Medical University of Warsaw as a biologist.

Contact details: stefan.rudzinski@wum.edu.pl

 

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