I completed my master's degree in biotechnology at the Jagiellonian University in 2020 and currently continue my studies on PhD programme. I am a quick learner who likes to learn new methods and gain new skills. Open-minded and curious about the world.
room: A204 (4.1.32), phone: +48 12 664 63 51
In 2021 I obtained my master’s degree in Molecular Biotechnology in the Department of Analytical Biochemistry at Jagiellonian University. The same year I have joined Laboratory of Metabolomics as a PhD student. In my project, I’m aiming to explore the adaptation mechanisms of invasive freshwater cyanobacteria. My research interests centre around the topics related to microbiology and genetic. Recently I started developing skills in C and Python language.
room: A241 (4.1.31), phone: +48 12 664 65 33
I graduated with a master's degree in Molecular Biotechnology in 2022. I have been a part of the Laboratory of Metabolomics since my undergraduate studies. In my research, I focus on discovering new cyanobacterial secondary metabolites and finding potential applications for them. I am interested in the methodology of science and other ways of gaining knowledge about the world.
room: A203 (4.1.33), phone: 12 664 65 41
Saravana Kumar Selvaraj
I am Saravana Kumar Selvaraj from India, graduated from Jagiellonian University and joined as a PhD student in Metabolomics Laboratory. In the lab I am trying to optimize the production of cyanophycin (a secondary metabolite) from different cyanobacterial strains and find it's perpetual application in the field of biotechnology. Before joining as a PhD student, I was working in cyanotoxins under the guidance of dr. Ariel Kamiński. In my free time, I used to play sports particularly badminton and cricket, also I enjoy travelling and sight seeing.
room: A203 (4.1.33), phone: +48 12 664 65 41