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Doctoral Studies


 Bioinformatics - Laboratory classes starts on November 22, 2021

Classes will be conducted online.

Please find attached a detailed schedule along with the division into groups.


Calendar of the additional recruitment:



call for proposals to POWER Och!DOK project
included list of the articles for preparing the presentation on interview

23.10.2021. – 2.11.2021
to 12:00 am
   Submitting recruitment documents  e-mail adress
This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
 3.11.2021   The invitation for interviews to candidates
4.11.2021   on-line interviews
8.11.2021   Announcement of the list of people qualified for the Och!DOK project on website

4) Required documents

The candidates for the POWER Och!DOK projects shall provide the following documents, before the application
deadline, to the Human Resources/ Doctoral Studies Secretary office:
a. Candidate’s application to participate in the POWER Och!DOK project, including the contact e-mail address
(all recruitment information will be sent to the contact e-mail address) and telephone number available
between 9:00 and 14:00.
b. Cover letter, including the brief information regarding the scientific interests of the candidate and
explaining the motivation behind the application to the project
c. Draft of the planned scientific research (max. 1800 letters)
d. Confirmation of the admittance of the candidate as the student of the first year of doctoral studies – refers
to the new students,
e. Confirmation of the participation in the PhD studies in the any of the Institutes of the Consortium for the
POWER Och!DOK project and the confirmation that the Candidate was accepted to participate in the 3rd
phase of the recruitment for the project – refers only to PhD students, who continue their studies


 A list of articles for preparing presentation for a recruitment interview



Rules of recruitement


 Rules of Och!DOK Participation



On November 5, at 1:00 p.m., the classes of the Bioanalytical Laboratories will be broadcast on the Whereby platform.

During the classes will be able to ask questions to the instructor.



Third Summer School - „Creation of scientist profesional image"

The third Summer School „Creation of scientist profesional image"" is planned  from 27th to 30th of September.

Summer school will be lead in hybrid format:

27.09 (on-line lecture – 8h)

9.00 - 10.30

long break


28.09 - free day

29.08 - POSTER SESSION  (Stationary at IPPT PAN)

10:00-14:00 (ground floor)

Presentation of the PhDs results.

30.09 (Stationary at IPPT  – 8h)

12.05 -13.35



Och!DOK Lecture Plan within V semester  

  Lecture title 
     hours        Organiser      time        start
  Propaedeutics of medicine, part 2   30   IMDiK    Tuesday's
  9:30- 11:00 a.m. 
    after 15.10.2020
  Organs imaging by the MRI method   15   IBIB   Friday's
 9:00- 11:15 a.m.  
  16, 23, 30.10.2020 3,013.11.2020  
  Biochemistry   15/15   IBIB/ IMDiK         January/February

All lectures will be lead on-line


Facultative Labolatoires

  title   hours   organiser   time     
  Introduction to bioanalytical techniques   40   IBIB     January/February    
  Introduction to bioanalytical techniques    35    IMDiK     November/December    
  IT tools in biomedical sciences   75   IPPT     VI semester    


Second Summer School - From laboratory to industry

The second Summer School "From laboratory to industry" is planned in 2020, from 16th to 18th.

According to the POWER Och!DOK Rules, all of Och!DOK PhD Students need to participate in Summer Schools.
The summer school will take the form of a scientific conference. During it, all participants will listen to lectures, conducted on-line, and during a poster session, students will present the results of their PhDs.
The Nalecz Institute of Biocybernetics and Biomedical Engineering PAS is the organizer of the nearest Summer School.
The poster session will take place in the exhibition hall of the IBIB PAN building, on the ground floor.
The Program Council of the project decided that Students who joined the program in April can present on their posters the conclusions of the literature review, which will the basis for the research hypothesis formulating.

Poster Preparation:
• All posters should be in portrait format and minimum size 95 cm height and 65 cm width or up to A0 format (119 cm height and 84 cm width). The poster should be readable easily at a distance of 2 meters.
• Posters should contain information about the POWER Och! DOK Project (templates and logos can be downloaded in the "documents" tab)

 Schedule the Second Summer School - From laboratory to industry

Participation in the summer school is part of a semester report but does not exempt from submitting a written report.
Absences during the summer school will be taken into account individually by the Program Council at the request of the student to the SD Manager.


We are pleased to announce of the additional recruitment to POWER Och!DOK project combined with the available vacancies.
Recruitment will be provided by remote according to below schedule. During the recrutation the rule of recruitment combine with the annex is in the force
According to earlier recruitments the candidates prepare scientific presentation based on one of the articles from listed below


Calendar of the additional recruitment:

2nd of April 2020  

call for proposals to POWER Och!DOK project
included list of the articles for preparing the presentation on interview

from 3 to 10 April 2020 
 to 2:00 pm
   Submitting recruitment documents  e-mail adress
This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
 after 15th of april   The invitation for interviews to candidates
20 - 22 April 2020   on-line interviews
22 - 24 April 2020   Announcement of the list of people qualified for the Och!DOK project on website


A list of articles for preparing presentation for a recruitment interview


Documents :

Rules of recruitement




Head of the Union:

Karolina Bejm, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Representatice at the Science Comittee:

Martyna Lachowska

Members of the Scholarship Comittee:

Bartosz Jura

Piotr Lachert

Members of the Apeals Comittee:

Agnieszka Wencel

Przemysław Puławski


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Additional Recruitment for doctoral studies 

The following documents are necessary to apply:
1) Diploma certificate (or a confirmation of the date of the thesis defense from the deanery if the defense will be held after the recruitment and before 15th of September 2018)
2) Application comprising contact information (postal address, email address, phone number)
3) Reference letter from a research fellow with a doctoral or professors degree

Applications will be admitted until 3th of September 2018.

Candidates will be admitted to the studies based on of the documents provided and an interview which will take place about 10 of September 2018.
The exact time and date of the interview will be provided to candidates via e-mail.



Proposed topics for doctoral theses:

  1. Role of hippocampal place cells in observational learning 
     Supervisor: Tiaza Bem, Assoc. Prof.

  2. Exploration of biomedical data with some techniques of machine learning
     Supervisor: Leon Bobrowski, Prof.

  3. Development of 3D type scaffolds with biodegradable co-polyesters 
     Supervisor: Andrzej Chwojnowski, Prof.

  4. Nanoscaffolds for biosystems supporting biological processes for biomedical and biotechnological purposes
     Supervisor: Ludomira Granicka, Assoc. Prof.

  5. Image analysis methods in digital pathology 
     Supervisor: Anna Korzyńska, Assoc. Prof.
  6. Electrostatic manufacturing of polymeric mats made of multilayered fibers 
     Supervisor: Dorota Lewińska, Assoc. Prof.
     Co-supervisor: Marcin Grzeczkowicz, PhD

  7. Electrostatic formulation of inhalable drug carriers with complex structure
     Supervisor: Dorota Lewińska, Assoc. Prof.
     Co-supervisor: Katarzyna Kramek-Romanowska, PhD
  8. Optimizing dialysate bicarbonate concentration during hemodialysis by mathematical modeling
    Supervisor: John Kenneth Leypoldt, Ph.D.
    IBBE PAS contact: Jacek Waniewski, Prof.

  9. Near infrared spectroscopy to assess neuro-vascular coupling correlated with sharp-ripple waves in hippocampus of small laboratory animals 
     Supervisors: Adam Liebert, Prof.; Tiaza Bem, Assoc. Prof.
  10. Arterial Spin labeling, diffuse correlation spectroscopy, time resolved near infrared spectroscopy - study on the brain cortex perfusion
     Supervisor: Adam Liebert, Prof.; Piotr Bogorodzki, Assoc. Prof.
     Co-supervisor: Michał Kacprzak, PhD Eng. 
  11. Application of optical methods in assessment of recovery process in stroke patients 
     Supervisor: Adam Liebert, Prof.
     Co-supervisor: Piotr Sawosz, PhD

  12. Application of near infrared spectroscopy technique for assessing hemodynamic changes of the brain during transcranial electromagnetic stimulation
     Supervisor: Adam Liebert, Prof. 
     Co-supervisor: Anna Gerega, PhD
  13. Cultures of liver-derived cells in flow bioreactors for efficient bioartificial liver 
     Supervisor: Dorota Pijanowska, Prof.
    Co-supervisor: Krzysztof Pluta, PhD

  14. In vivo measurements of neurotransmitter concentrations in nervous system diseases 
     Supervisor: Beata Toczyłowska, Assoc. Prof.

  15. Bioinformatics methods in analysis of medical databases 
     Supervisor: Jacek Waniewski, Prof.
     Co-supervisor: Małgorzata Dębowska, PhD

  16. Mathematical modeling of mineral and bone metabolism in patients with kidney failure
     Supervisor: Jacek Waniewski, Prof.
     Co-supervisor: Małgorzata Dębowska, PhD

  17. Cardiovascular system diagnostics: mathematical modeling of pulse-wave propagation in the arterial tree
     Supervisor: Jacek Waniewski, Prof.
     Co-supervisor: Małgorzata Dębowska, PhD
     Co-supervisor: Jan Poleszczuk, PhD

  18. Tumor-immune system interactions modeling on a single cell level 
     Supervisor: Jacek Waniewski, Prof.
     Co-supervisor: Jan Poleszczuk, PhD

  19. Synergy of radiation and immune system: mathematical models to enhance current treatment protocols for metastatic cancer patients
     Supervisor: Jacek Waniewski, Prof.
     Co-supervisor: Jan Poleszczuk, PhD

  20. EEG-fMRI study of cortical and subcortical brain networks
    Supervisor: Piotr Bogorodzki, Assoc. Prof.
    Co-supervisor: Weronika Dębowska, PhD

Lectures for Doctoral Studies

Winter semester:

Lecture Basics of biomedical optics (15 hours)
Host: prof. dr hab. Eng. Adam Liebert

Fridays, h 10: 00-12: 00

Lectures begin on Friday, November 17th.


Lecture Methodology of scientific work (6 hours)
Patent system - how to use it in research (6 hours)
Host: dr inż. Grażyna Padeé - patent attorney

Dates of classes:

15/11/2017 9: 00-11: 00 Seminar Room (No. 24)

November 22, 2017 at 9: 00-11: 00 Seminar Room (No. 24)

November 29, 2017 at 9: 00-11: 00 Seminar Room (No. 24)




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