Alicja is researching the change of nanoviscosity of cell cytoplasm during the cell’s death at the Institute of Physical Chemistry of the Polish Academy of Sciences.


She joins the LIDER grant (leader: Karina Kwapiszewska) and conducts research on the internalization of chemical and biological molecules into living cells. Aneta graduated biotechnology (master’s degree, specialization Medicines and Cosmetics) from the Faculty of Chemistry at Warsaw University of Technology. As a part of her engineering thesis, she conducted research on the inactivation of bacteriophages by the electric field (with Łukasz Richter and Jan Paczesny). Afterward, she started cooperation with the National Medicines Institute, where she carried out master’s research.

publications: 5


phone: (+48) 223433127

position: PhD student

education: Warsaw University of Technology

Passionate about breaking interdisciplinary barriers. My main interest is understanding cell biology and biophysics in order to utilize them in bioanalysis, tissue engineering, and pharmacology. In my research, I bridge biology with hi-tech solutions like microfluidics and advanced microscopy.

publications: 34

citations: 778

h-index: 13


Product Manager and COO of Cell-IN and co-founder of SERSitive

publications: 4


phone: (+48) 600096294

education: MSc in Chemistry

interests: basketball, joga, cycling, books, chess

(+48) 22 343-31-23

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