Warsaw PhD School in Natural and BioMedical Sciences



Research projects

The list of research projects for the first admission round 2022/2023 is available below.

Research Projects


1.1 Role of metabolic stress in differentiation of pancreatic progenitor cells (prof. Agnieszka Dobrzyń, Ph.D., D.Sc.)
1.2 Molecular mechanisms of 5-HT7R-mediated resilience in stress-related disorders (prof. Jakub Włodarczyk, Ph.D., D.Sc.)
2 places available
1.3 Harnessing gut microbiota-derived metabolites to combat acute respiratory distress syndrome (dr inż. Tomasz Wypych / prof. Katarzyna Kwiatkowska, Ph.D., D.Sc.)
1.4 Mechanisms underlying ketamine-induced high frequency oscillations in the rodent olfactory system (dr hab. Mark J. Hunt)
1.5 Coming together - the neural dynamics of transition from out-group reserve to in-group fellowship (prof. Ewelina Knapska / Alicja Puścian, PhD.)
1.6 Influence on inhibition of ribosome biogenesis on oligodendrocyte differentiation and myelination process (prof. Anna Filipek, Ph.D., D.Sc.)
1.7 How mutations in the dystrophin-encoding gene affect calcium homeostasis, energy metabolism and selected functions of vascular endothelial cells; indicating regulatory mechanisms (prof. Krzysztof Zabłocki, Ph.D., D.Sc.)
1.8 Predicting prognosis in asymptomatic subjects with multiple sclerosis-like brain lesions using cognitive testing and advanced magnetic resonance techniques (Maciej Jurynczyk, MD Ph.D.)
1.9 The role of intrinsically disordered domains of transcription factors in cellular differentiation (Adam Kłosin, Ph.D. / prof. Bożena Kamińska-Kaczmarek, Ph.D., D.Sc.)
2 places available
1.10 Non-canonical functions of ATP in the regulation of gene expression (SONATA BIS-11) (Aleksandra Pękowska, Ph.D.)
2 places available
1.11 Verification of personalized therapeutic strategy for myeloid neoplasms with PTPN11 mutations (Katarzyna Piwocka, Ph.D., D.Sc.)
1.12 Dispersed mossy fiber synapses as a possible cause of cognitive dysfunctions in epileptiform neuropsychiatric conditions (Adam Gorlewicz, Ph.D / Ewelina Knapska, Ph.D., D.Sc.)
1.13 Role of unconventional myosin VI in development of cardiomyopathy: New insights into understanding of function and dysfunction of cardiac muscle (prof. Maria Jolanta Rędowicz, PhD. DSc.)
1.14 Deep learning techniques in the studies of cortical circuitry remodeling following damages to the primate visual cortex (prof. Daniel Wójcik, PhD. DSc. / Piotr Majka, Ph.D)

No projects available.