PhD student in Molecular Pain Group funded by Marie Skłodowska-Curie Innovative Network Training on Bone Pain. My PhD project focuses on the antibody- and osteoclast-dependent mechanisms of pain in rheumatoid arthritis.
19.11.2015 - ongoing - PhD studies, Karolinska Institute
01.10.2013 - 14.07-2015 - MSc studies in Neuroscience, Jagiellonian University
"Impact of new psychoactive drugs on neurotransmission in the chosen structures of the rat's brain" defended with highest honors.
01.10.2010 - 30.09.2013 - BSc studies in Neuroscience, Jagiellonian University
As a PhD student I have gained experience in teaching physiology and pharmacology practical laboratories for medical students as well as neuroscience seminars (sensory functions, CNS in health and disease).
Academic honours, awards and prizes
April and June 2018 KI Board of Research as well as Board of Doctoral Education have supported me financially during my international research visit at Utrecht Medical Center, Netherlands. During my 2-months stay I have been studying the role of macrophages in Rheumatoid Arthritis-autoantibody induced pain in a transgenic mouse model.
June 2018 I have received financial support from Karolinska Institutet Board of Research for presenting my research at the World Congress of Pain in Boston, September 12-16, 2018.