Karolina H. Czarnecka
Researcher in the field of molecular genetics and oncology, currently post-doc in Quantitative Genomic Medicine Laboratories, S.L., Barcelona, previously Assistant Professor in Medical University of Lodz
Innovation Broker and Grant Evaluator
|Researcher – Post-doc in Quantitative Genomic Medicine Laboratories, S.L., Esplugues de Llobregat, Barcelona, Spain,
Grant Evaluator in EIT Health, Munich, Germany
Grant Evaluetor and Program advisor for National Centre for Sciences and Development; Ministry of Science and Higher Education, Warsaw, Poland.
Assistant Professor at Department of Biomedicine and Genetics,
Member of Young Scientists’ Council – advisory body at the Ministry of Science and Higher Education, Warsaw, Poland
Innovation Broker at Centre for Innovation and Technology Transfer, Medical University of Lodz, Lodz, Poland
Medical data specialist for Open-RnD Sp z o.o., Lodz, Poland (internship)
Research assistant at Department of Molecular Bases of Medicine, Faculty of Medicine, Medical University of Lodz, Poland; Department of Endocrinology and Metabolic Diseases, Medical University of Lodz, Poland; the University of Warsaw, Faculty of Biology, Warsaw, Poland
Trainee – Department of Molecular Biodiversity, Institute of Molecular Biology in Barcelona (IBMB), Barcelona, Spain
I have been working in the field of molecular biology and molecular physiology for the last 10 years, particularly in invertebrate and vertebrate physiology, human genetics and oncology. I have experience working in projects combining biological and optoelectronic skills – Interaction study of biologically active structures with the electromagnetic field in an optical fibre photonic with a suspended core.
Inthe Medical University of Lodz I was responsible for conducting the molecular research in thyroid, lung carcinogenesis, COPD and autoimmune diseases. I was responsible for the development of new grants proposals, joint grants with companies, rental of laboratories and cooperation with business, public tenders. I also had teaching duties and led courses for medicine, physiotherapy, dentistry, biotechnology and PhD students.
Research apprenticeship and work in different academic units (IBMB, WU, MUL, SU)