February 2022

We received IDUB “Tandems for Excellence” funding for a computational project on the effects of Ficoll crowders on the dynamics of a protease encoded by the HCV virus. The project is in collaboration with prof. Michael Feig from Michigan State University.

January 2022

Gosia Lobka joined our group to work on antibacterial peptides in the IDUB New Ideas project.

November 2021

Jan joined our group as a new computational scientist to work in the Opus project. Welcome!

October 2021

Marcin Równicki received Prime Minister’s award for the best PhD thesis in biological sciences in 2020. Congratulations! More information is here at the University of Warsaw web page.

Our lab received IDUB POB I funding for the project on the antibacterial peptides. Congratulations to Monika and Piotr.

Włada joined our lab as a PhD student in the Doctoral School of Natural and Exact Sciences of the University of Warsaw. Welcome!

September 2021

Michał Burmistrz joined our group as a post-doctoral fellow in the Opus 19 project and will be our microbiology specialist. Welcome to the group!

August 2021

Piotr Chyży got admitted to the Interdisciplinary Doctoral School of the University of Warsaw. He will continue the project within the Harmonia grant but will also do research on peptide-based antibiotics toward hi PhD. Congratulations!

June 2021

Tomek defended his PhD thesis with honours. He is now the Doctor of Pharmaceutical Sciences. Congratulations!

Prof. Michael Feig from Michigan State University started his NAWA fellowship with our group. Welcome!

May 2021

Włada Tsylents joined our lab to work on peptides, peptide nucleic acids, and their conjugations with siderophores. Welcome!

April 2021

We are looking for an experimentalist (post-doc) to work on siderophore-peptide nucleic acid systems and bacterial cells. The position is within the new Opus 19 project. See the announcement at CeNT web page. The deadline for the application is May 15th 2021.

March 2021

We are hiring! The lab is looking for a PhD student to work in the new Opus 19 project on the theme of iron chelators as delivery vehicles of antibiotics and peptide nucleic acids. For details see the announcement at the CeNT career page. The deadline for submitting applications is April 29th 2021.