MSc/PhD Program
Mateusz Ambrozkiewicz
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Mateusz Ambrozkiewicz


College / University:
2007-2010: Warsaw University of Life Sciences

Highest Degree:
Bachelor of Science/Engineer

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Lab Experience:
Standard techniques of biophysics, molecular biology and biochemistry enabling nucleic acids and protein analysis, cell and tissue culture foundation and maintenance

Projects / Research:
2010: ‘The analysis of proteins involved in the canonical Wnt signal transduction pathway in different adult rat brain regions and neuronal cultures’ (Laboratory of Neurodegeneration, International Institute of Molecular and Cell Biology in Warsaw, under the mentorship of Marta Wiśniewska, PhD and Professor Jacek Kuźnicki)
2009 – 2010: ‘Stress-regulated expression of Chp-1/morgana – a gene for a novel chaperone-like protein’ (under the mentorship of Professor Jacek Kuźnicki), published in ‘Morgana/CHP-1 is a novel chaperone able to protect cells from stress’, Biochim Biophys Acta, 2010, 1803(9):1043-9
2009: ‘Mutational Surface Engineering of the Restriction Enzymes and Microcalorimetric Analysis of NlaIV – dsDNA Interaction’ (Laboratory of Bioinformatics and Protein Engineering, International Institute of Molecular and Cell Biology in Warsaw, under the mentorship of Professor Janusz Bujnicki)

2010 – 2011 Stipend of the Excellence Foundation for the Promotion of the Max Planck Society
2007 – 2010: Scholarship for the scientific achievements (Warsaw University of Life Sciences)


My greatest interest lies in the cellular signaling pathways and the effects of the perturbations between their consecutive elements. I would like to deepen my knowledge in the field of molecular and cellular neurobiology. My scientific target is to make a contribution to the contemporary understanding of the cellular processes and its applications to human medicine.