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Sekretarz Studium Medycyny Molekularnej 


Warszawski Uniwersytet Medyczny zatrudni Sekretarza Studium Medycyny Molekularnej (SMM):


Główne zadania:

− prowadzenie sekretariatu Studium,

− organizacja kursów i szkoleń,

− prowadzenie spraw doktorantów SMM,

− koordynowanie współpracy pomiędzy sygnatariuszami SMM.



− wykształcenie wyższe,

− dobra znajomość obsługi komputera (pakiet MS Office),

− bardzo dobra znajomość języka angielskiego,

− dyspozycyjność,

− wysoko rozwinięte umiejętności interpersonalne,

− łatwość komunikacji i kultura osobista,

− mile widziane doświadczenie w prowadzeniu sekretariatu lub projektu, zainteresowanie medycyną i nauką,

− dodatkowym atutem będzie umiejętność obsługi/tworzenia stron internetowych.


Wymagane dokumenty i oświadczenia:

CV, oświadczenie o wyrażeniu zgody na przetwarzanie danych osobowych dla potrzeb rekrutacji (zgodnie z ustawą o ochronie danych osobowych Dz. U. 2018r. poz. 1000).

Mile widziane: list motywacyjny oraz kopie dokumentów potwierdzających wykształcenie i posiadane uprawnienia, kopie świadectw pracy.

Dokumenty prosimy składać do 10 marca 2019 drogą e-mailową na adres smm@wum.edu.pl lub w kancelarii Warszawskiego Uniwersytetu Medycznego, ul. Żwirki i Wigury 61.


Open call for applications of a post-doctoral research fellowship in the Department of Experimental Hematooncology in Medical University of Lublin within the project entitled “The role of microbiota-triggered antigen stimulation in development and progression of chronic lymphocytic leukemia” OPUS NCN (Principal investigator: prof. Krzysztof Giannopoulos).


PhD degree in the field of biology, biochemistry, molecular biology, obtained in less than 7 years before the starting date;

experience in bioinformatics of NGS data is required;

- strong background in molecular biology and functional studies in the field of molecular biology,immunology or hematology;

- high proficiency in spoken and written English, certificate B2/C1 will be an additional advantage

good publication record, IF>20;

- strong motivation;

ability to work independently as well as in a collaborative team;

- ability to work flextime hours and weekends when necessary;

- experience in microbiome profiling will be an additional advantage.


motivation letter;

CV with scientific experience and publication list;

copy of a PhD diploma (or equivalent document);

reference letters;

- contact details.

Task description:

The Candidate will be responsible for designing, planning and analysis of bioinformatics for NGS-based microbiome profiling results as well as functional studies in chronic lymphocytic leukemia (in particular transfection, antibody production).

Summary of project description:


Chronic lymphocytic leukemia (CLL) etiology remains unknown despite numerous studies. In recent years it has been speculated that immunologic and inflammatory factors, including antigen stimulation could be involved in the pathogenesis of CLL. Subgroups of unrelated and geographically distant CLL patients have virtually-identical B cell receptor (BCR) gene sequences, so called stereotyped BCR, suggesting that CLL cases with stereotyped BCR could derive from progenitor cells evolutionarily adapted to particular antigenic challenge irrespective of immunoglobulin heavy chain variable region genes (IGHV) mutational status. Thereby, some common antigen derived from specific bacteria or fungi may be engaged in CLL development by stimulation of B cells proliferation with expression of surface immunoglobulins encoded by precise immunoglobulin genes. There is evidence indicating that certain alloantigens derived from pathogens in some geographical area might be engaged in pathogenesis of CLL. One of the proof could be diversity of geographic occurrence of CLL as well as recurrent infections, which are common in clinical course of CLL. Moreover, it was observed that certain types of bacteria secrete factors indirectly contributing to neoplasia by proinflammatory environment maintenance. In the current project we plan to face inverse hypothesis that infections might constitute not only the consequence, but also the cause of the disease triggering CLL development and progression. In our previous study we found accumulation of CD5+CD19+B1 cells in tonsillar tissue during chronic antigenic stimulation accompanying chronic or recurrent tonsillitis in children. Based on these results, we plan to assess the clonality of CD5+CD19+B lymphocytes obtained from hypertrophied tonsillar tissue with respect to the BCR repertoire which characterizes adult CLL patients and might define population of cells from which the leukemic cell clones originates. Results of molecular typing will be also reflected to the microbiome profile. Both direct sequencing of microbiome as well as the reversed immunological approach, based on BCR-cloning, will be utilized to assess epitope recognized by CLL-specific BCRs. We plan to define association of oral and gut microbiota with regard to the development of CLL-specific B cell clones, as we raise a hypothesis concerning stimulation of microbiota alloantigens that might be involved in pathogenesis as well as responsible for disease progression.


Oral cavity and gut microbiome samples together with peripheral blood samples will be collected from 100 CLL patients at the diagnosis and before the start of therapy(both immunochemotherapy and BCR-signaling inhibitors)and from 50 healthy volunteers and 50 patients with hypertrophied tonsils. Analysis of microbiome diversity will be defined by NGS-based 16S rRNA sequencing. We plan to assess the clonality of CD5+CD19+B lymphocytes obtained from tonsillar tissue with respect to the BCR repertoire which characterizes CLL patients. Transfection with constructs of epitope-specific BCR will be performed and their specificity will be validated via ELISA-based methods. The frequency of BCR epitope-specific sequences will be evaluated and correlated with comprehensive prognostic marker database. Sanger sequencing will be perform to assess IGHV genes mutational status and subset analyses of CLL patients.


The project will address several crucial points concerning the role of microbiome in CLL: (1) whether cell of CLL origin might develop from chronic inflammation, tonsillitis for instance, (2) whether microbiome might influence clinical course of the disease, (3) which bacterial strains might stimulate CLL-specific BCR and to which extent? The latter question will be answered utilizing IGHV sequence database of European Research Initiative for CLL (ERIC), with whom the Experimental Hematooncology Department is in cooperation. By analysing both oral cavity and gut microbiota in CLL we would like not only define characteristic of CLL microbiota profile, but also characterize which species are present in patients not requiring treatment. Moreover, we plan to evaluate potential prognostic value of microbiome diversity.

Applications should be submitted electronically to:  krzysztof.giannopoulos@umlub.pl

Medical University of Lublin could offer full employment contract for 36 months

Salary – 10 000 PLN/month

Position with 100% focus on research (no teaching obligations)

Start date: The position is available from March 2019, but may start within 6 months, if so agreed upon.

Applications submitted after the deadline 31-01-2019 will be still considered if positions are not filed. Selected candidates will be invited for interview.

Additional information:

Please include the following clause in your CV: “I give consent for my personal data included in the recruitment form to be processed by Medical University of Lublin with its registered seat in Lublin at Racławickie No. 1 (data controller) for the purposes of recruitment for post-doc position pursuant to Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016 on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data, and repealing Directive 95/46/EC in compliance with a legal obligation to which the data controller is subject to (Art. 6 section 1 letter a) and the Act on personal data protection of 10 May 2018 (Journal of Laws of 2018, item 1000).

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Personal data in the recruitment form is collected and will be processed only for the purposes of recruitment for the post-doc position conducted by Medical University of Lublin.

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Dzień dobry,
Poszukuję osoby zainteresowanej współpracą w projekcie ERANET. Pozycja na umowę o pracę na 3 lata, od 1 lutego 2019. Wskazane doświadczenie w pracy ze zwierzętami, najlepiej w systemie Intellicages. Osoby zainteresowane proszę o wysłanie zgłoszenia z CV na mój email do 24 stycznia 2019.

Celem tego projektu jest sprawdzenie nowatorskiej hipotezy, że mikroglej jest zaangażowany w dysfunkcje synaptyczne w odpowiedzi na przewlekły stres, przyczyniając się do rozwoju MDD. Zamierzamy zbadać rolę mikrogleju w remisji choroby oraz wpływ minocykliny (leku hamującego prozapalną aktywację mikrogleju i produkcję cytokin) na objawy depresji i działanie leków przeciwdepresyjnych u myszy i ludzi. W przedstawionym projekcie wykorzystane zostaną najnowocześniejsze metody neuroanatomiczne, molekularne (proteomika i transkryptomika), aby zbadać funkcje mikrogleju w modelach depresji u myszy oraz u pacjentów z MDD (badanie post-mortem).

Bożena Kamińska

Prof. Bozena Kaminska, PhD

Nencki Institute of Experimental Biology,
Laboratory of Molecular Neurobiology
Neurobiology Center
02-093 Warsaw, Pasteur 3 str.
email: b.kaminska@nencki.gov.pl
fax: 48.22.8225342; phone: +48 22 5892209



We are hiring: 

Post-doctoral position is available in Kaminska's laboratory from January 1, 2019 for 2-years for individuals with a good grounding in molecular biology, methods such as CRISPR mediated genome editing, RNA-sequencing and epigenetics. The project aims at establsiheing an epigeneetic altas of histone modifications in brain tumros. In particular, a position is available for a person with wet-laboratory expertise in epigenetics (ATAC-seq, ChIP-seq) etc.
Ideal candidates should be intellectually curious, productive, and enjoy working in a committed team to make the important project succeed. The project is well under way due to the efforts of a dedicated group of post-docs, technicians and undergrads. The laboratory description at: www.kaminska-lab.pl.

Applications should be submitted to b.kaminska@nencki.gov.pl; deadline for submission is December 31, 2018.          



at the Laboratory of Molecular and Cellular Neurobiology of




Laboratory of Molecular and Cell Neurobiology seeks a Postdoctoral fellow (within 5 years after receiving PhD) to study molecular mechanism of dendritic arbor stability and its relation to mood disorders. The fellowship is funded in frame of Foundation for Polish Science TEAM grant. Strong background in neurobiology, practical skills in brain surgery, histochemistry and animal behavior analysis, high motivation, analytical skills and independent thinking as well as fluent English are required. Previous experimental experience in advanced light microscopy and molecular and cell biology will be an additional asset.


Neurons receive information from other cells and their morphology remains intact for 80% of neuron's lifetime. Little is known about molecular mechanisms underlying dendrite stability. The first objective of the proposed research is to identify RNAs and proteins underlying mature dendritic arbors' stability. Because dendritic arbors destabilize in mood disorders the second objective of this proposal is to identify chemicals or drugable targets which support dendrite stability under stress conditions. In order to reach these aims combination of molecular biology, cell biology, high-throughput screening and behavioral studies will be used.

Laboratory interest

Research of the Laboratory of Molecular and Cell Neurobiology focuses on molecular aspects of development and stability of neuron morphology. We are especially interested in role of mTOR and GSK3 kinases. More info can be found at IIMCB Annual Reports (http://www.iimcb.gov.pl/annual_reports.php).


Interested candidates are kindly asked to contact Dr. Jaworski by e-mail only (jaworski@iimcb.gov.pl) and provide short motivation letter, CV, the name of a referee, copy of the diploma by 31.10.2018. Please include the following statement in your application: "I hereby give consent for my personal data included in my application to be processed for the purposes of the recruitment process under the Personal Data Protection Act as of 29 August 1997, consolidated text: Journal of Laws 2016, item 922 as amended.” Your personal data will be processed for the purpose of the recruitment procedure by the International Institute of Molecular and Cell Biology in Warsaw. Full information is available under the link https://www.iimcb.gov.pl/pl/information-clause. The shortlisted candidates will be contacted regarding further selection procedures.