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TRI-BIO-CHEM is a joint PhD programme of three institutions:

The 4-year programme will provide interdisciplinary training in biology, chemistry and technical sciences to over 30 PhD fellows. Each PhD fellow will have two supervisors at two different institutions - a primary host and a second one, working together in a close partnership.

Our group will host one PhD student to work on the IFIT proteins (topic #23) under the supervision of Maria Górna (and Paulina Dominiak, University of Warsaw) in partnership with Anna Filipek (Laboratory of Calcium Binding Proteins, The Nencki Institute for Experimental Biology).

We are partners in another PhD project (topic #9) hosted by Paweł Borowiecki (and Zbigniew Ochal, Warsaw University of Technology), in which the partner supervisor is Jan Kutner (and Krzysztof Woźniak, University of Warsaw). For this project, see the offer here.

Programme rules require the candidate to have a M.Sc. (or equivalent) degree and a good knowledge of Polish. The studentship of 1500 + 2100 PLN/month will be available for 4 years, starting on 01.03.2018. Applications are accepted until 21.01.2018 on the programme website.


Scolarship for outstanding young scientists


The Minister of Science and Higher Education awarded with scholarships Annę Agnieszkę Hoser and Marię Witkorię Górną for outstanding high quality research.

Our congratulations!

Last Updated on Thursday, 14 December 2017 13:28

PhD thesis defence


We are proud to inform that on 26.10.2017 at 13:30 in Old Librabry public defense of thesis by Magdalena Woińska will take place.  

Title: „ Hirshfeld Atom Refinement of Crystal Structure and Experimental Wavefunction Fitting - Applying New Approaches in Modern Crystallography to Refinement of Diffraction Data”  

Supervisor: Prof. dr hab. Krzysztof Woźniak

Reviewers: Professor Alessandro Genoni (Universite de Lorraine) Professor Lukas Bucinsky (Institute of Physical Chemistry and Chemical Physics)

Last Updated on Monday, 23 October 2017 10:31

Matthew Merski among MINIATURA laureates


Dr Matthew Merski was awarded a grant in the first edition of the MINIATURA programme from the National Science Centre. This award is directed at talented researchers with a doctorate, who seek support for single research activities such as preliminary studies or research stays abroad. The funding will support Matthew in kick-starting a new project on the variability of hydrogen bonds in proteins.

Congratulations to Matthew for winning his first independent funding in Poland!


Last Updated on Monday, 25 September 2017 06:48

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