ewa.szula @ postgrad.manchester.ac.uk
I am BBSRC DTP funded student and am undertaking research into Metabolic profiling of mammalian cells – towards single cell characterization. The project will have an industrial biotechnology focus and the aim of it is to develop new techniques, including ToF-SIMS and MALDI-MS, for analyzing metabolites of mammalian cells.
After graduation from the AHE Centre of Postgraduate Education and University of Lodz with a Masters Degree in Medical Biophysics and Bioinformatics, where I had an opportunity to participate in many scientific and social events, became a member of a Polish Fellowship of Biochemistry as well as took part in International Student Exchange, I started to work for biopharmaceutical company.
For one year I worked for a R&D MABION SA where I had a chance to acknowledge analytical work in GLP environment for therapeutic monoclonal antibody analysis and method validation as well as take part in analytical method development for a clinical programme and production process quality control. Additionally, I was responsible for gaining detailed documentation where rules under GLP system were applied.
I am more than happy to take part in the project and work in international environment where I can improve my research activity and bring new insight to science.
- How does the antineoplastic drug work in normal cells? A comparison of the activity of Epothilone B and Paclitaxel in ovarian normal cell line.
1st International Biophysics Students’ Conference, Krakow, Poland
- Epothilone A – effect on ovarian cancer cells: comparison to paclitaxel.
International Conference on analytical methods to study oxidative damage, antioxidants and drugs, Bialystok, Poland
Classification of Bacillus and Brevibacillus species using rapid analysis of lipids by mass spectrometry
Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry 408 (2016) 7865
Activation of apoptotic pathway in normal, cancer ovarian cells by epothilone B
Environmental Toxicology and Pharmacology 36 (2013) 600–610
Nowe związki stabilizujace mikrotubule (MSA) pozyskiwane z organizmów morskich - przyszłość chemioterapii (Novel agents stabilizing microtubule (MSA) from marine organisms – the future of chemotherapy)
Problemy Terapii Monitorowanej 22 (2011) 63-76