Author: Marcin Stańczak

Our paper in Cell Reports

We are pleased to inform that in cooperation with our American partners from Dana-Farber Cancer Institute (Boston, MA), Beata Małachowska MD PhD, Marcin Stańczak and Wojciech Fendler MD PhD published a paper entitled Defining and Targeting Adaptations to Oncogenic KRASG12C Inhibition Using Quantitative Temporal Proteomics in Cell Reports journal. Recently developed inhibitors of mutant KRAS protein […]

Our student has become one of the laureates of the 2020-21 BioLAB Program!

We are happy to announce that Dominika Michałek is one of the 43 laureates of the 2020-21 BioLAB Program! From August/September 2020, Dominika will be working with Prof Stephen Rich in the Center for Public Health Genomics at University of Virginia (Charlottesville, USA). Dominika will participate there in projects concerning multi-omics approach to define the […]

Our former doctoral student as a post-doc at Einstein College of Medicine

Since March 2020, Beata Małachowska, MD, PhD has been working at the Department of Radiation Oncology at Einstein College of Medicine (New York, USA). Beata will participate there in projects concerning the effects of ionizing radiation on gene expression in the gastrointestinal epithelium, the immune response to carbon ion radiotherapy and the metabolomic effects of […]

Our paper on microRNAs as biomarkers of radiation exposure on the cover of the Red Journal!

Beata Małachowska MD PhD, Bartłomiej Tomasik MD PhD and Konrad Stawiski MD under the supervision of Wojciech Fendler MD PhD and in cooperation with our American partners from Dana-Farber Cancer Institute (Boston, MA) and Albert Einstein College of Medicine (Bronx, New York) published a systematic review and meta-analysis presenting the role and potential of circulating […]

Postdoctoral research scholarships in Poland – the Ulam programme

We are pleased to invite Biostatisticians, Data Scientists or Data Engineers with at least a doctoral degree awarded outside Poland to join our team for 6 to 24 months. During their stay at the Department of Biostatistics and Translational Medicine, scientists will take part in our research, prepare scientific publications, cooperate in writing grant proposals […]

Multiomic analysis of serum and exosomal biomolecules associated with total body irradiation

Wojciech Fendler, MD, PhD, Associate Professor carries out a project financed by a grant from the “OPUS 17” competition of the National Science Center. The human body exposed to high doses of radiation irreversibly loses the ability to produce circulating blood cells, which in a short time leads to death. This is due to multi-profile […]

Observational study of seasonality of glycemic variability indices and its relationship to insulin resistance among adolescents with type 1 diabetes

On 16.05.2019, during the 20th Congress of Diabetes Poland, the Society’s Awards Committee decided to award a Scientific Grant of almost 100,000 PLN to our colleague from the Department of Biostatistics and Translational Medicine, Konrad Pagacz MD, for the implementation of the project “Observational study of the seasonality of glycemic indexes and its relationship to […]

ISPAD Congress 2019

Our team visited Boston, USA, to present our results in diabetes-related research during 45th ISPAD Congress 2019, which took place from 30th October to 2nd November 2019. Beata Małachowska (MD) discussed whether Hypoglycemia leaves a persistent metabolomic fingerprint in children with type 1 diabetes during “Acute and Chronic Complications and Associated Diseases” oral session. Other […]

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