Crystallochemistry laboratory

Faculty of Chemistry, University of Warsaw

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Maria Górna
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The Structural Biology Group engages in medically-relevant research topics and uses state-of-the art methods in biophysical characterization of proteins. The lab owns the latest equipment and facilities for protein expression and purification, SEC-MALS, DLS, MST, as well as crystallization robots (Mosquito LCP, Dragonfly), a plate hotel with UV imaging, access to home X-ray sources.

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Leader of the Structural Biology Group

  • Maria Górna, Ph.D. 

Structural Biology Group members:

  • Matthew Merski, Ph.D. (postdoctoral fellow)

  • Jan Kutner, Ph.D., Eng. (postdoctoral fellow, lab/facility manager)

  • Monika Kowalska, Ph.D., Eng. (postdoctoral fellow, R&D)

  • Marcin Ziemniak, Ph.D. (Postdoctoral fellow)

  • Joanna Boros-Majewska, D.Eng (postdoctoral fellow, R&D)

  • Krzysztof Młynarczyk, M.Sc. (PhD student in the BIOmodeling group of Prof. S. Filipek)

  • Natalia Karolak, M.Sc. (research technician)

  • Anna Laskowska, M. Sc. (research technician)

  • Jakub Skrzeczkowski (undergraduate student)

  • Mikołaj Kuska (undergraduate student)

  • Maria Klimkowska, Ph.D. (postdoctoral fellow, R&D)

  • Matylda Izert (undergraduate student)

We are always interested in qualified and highly motivated students and postdocs. Please contact Maria Górna for further details.

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This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie grant agreement No 655075



National Science Centre, Poland - SONATA 8 #2014/15/D/NZ1/00968


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National Centre for Research and Development, Poland - LIDER VI #LIDER/039/L-6/14/NCBR/2015




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