Przemyslaw, Mikolaj and Adrian research grants entitled “Development of rapid and reliable system for detection of antibiotic resistance genes in environmental and nosocomial samples” and “Development and commercialization of MAISEN – web application for semi-automatic annotation of prokaryotic nucleotide sequences” received funding from the Univeristy of Warsaw Technology Transfer Center (UOTT UW).
(8 June 2018)
Witold received Team Tech short-term fellowship and he will spend 1 month at Prof. Marinus L. Otte lab at North Dakota State University (USA).
(16 April 2018)
Witold received Ministry of Science and Higher Education fellowship for the best PhD students in Poland. Congratulations!!!
(16 April 2018)
Lucian’s research grant entitled “Respiration of arsenic and selenium in phylogenetically-diverse bacteria – towards genetic, biochemical and evolutionary understanding” received funding from the National Science Centre (Poland). Lucian will join our group soon.
(15 February 2018)
Klaudia, Piotr and Witold research grants entitled “Microbial and (bio)chemical system for arsenic removal from contaminated water” (coordinators: Klaudia and Witold) and “Research and development into bacteriophage treatment of challenging and drug-resistant bacterial infections in domestic animals at veterinary clinics in Warsaw” (coordinator: Piotr) received funding from the Univeristy of Warsaw Technology Transfer Center (UOTT UW).
(24 January 2018)
Pola received Italian Government fellowship and she will spend 6 months at Prof. Fabio Fava lab at University of Bologna (Italy).
(20 December 2017)
Klaudia and Przemyslaw received Ministry of Science and Higher Education fellowships for the best PhD students in Poland. Congratulations from the whole team!!!
(14 December 2017)
Klaudia received EMBO Short-Term Fellowship and she will spend 3 months at Prof. Alessio Mengoni lab at University of Florence (Italy).
(15 November 2017)
Adrian received Erasmus Fellowship and he will spend 3 months at Prof. Dirk Wagner lab at Helmholtz Centre Potsdam (Germany).
(01 October 2017)
Piotr’s research grant entitled “Nano-phages – potential agents in an innovative therapy of bacterial infections” received funding from the National Science Centre (Poland).
(15 May 2017)