In 2012 he graduated from the Faculty of Chemistry, Warsaw University of Technology, specializing in Microbioanalysis (individual course of studies). Then, he participated in PhD studies at the Faculty of Chemical and Process Engineering, Warsaw University of Technology. In October 2018, he defended Ph.D. thesis entitled "Microfluidic systems utilizing surface plasmon resonance phenomenon in biological detection systems". He has been working in CEZAMAT PW since 2017, employed as research assistant professor since 2019.
His scientific works focus on medical diagnostic systems, especially for pathogen detection. Other research interests include the synthesis and modification of biomaterials using graphene and its derivatives and electron microscopy.
- Research interests
- Pathogen detection and disease diagnostic systems
- Surface plasmon resonance
- Scanning electron microscopy
- J. Sikorski, N. Obarski, M. Trzaskowski, M. Matczuk, Simple Ultraviolet-Visible Spectroscopy-Based Assay for Fast Evaluation of Magnetic Nanoparticle Selectivity Changes After Doping, Applied Spectroscopy, 2021, https://doi.org/10.1177/00037028211028669.
- A. Zuchowska, B. Dabrowski, E. Jastrzebska, M. Mazurkiewicz-Pawlicka, A. Malolepszy, L. Stobinski, M. Trzaskowski, Z. Brzozka, Cytotoxic properties of graphene derivatives depending on origin and type of cell line, Journal of Materials Research, 35, 18, 2385-2395, 2020.
- P. A. Trzaskowska, A. Poniatowska, M. Trzaskowski, J. Latocha, P. Ozga, R. Major, T. Ciach, Lecithin suspensions for electrophoretic deposition on stainless steel coatings, Materials Science and Engineering C, v93, 2018, 134-144.
- M. Trzaskowski, A. Napiórkowska, E. Augustynowicz-Kopeć, T. Ciach, Detection of tuberculosis in patients with the use of portable SPR device, Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical, 260, 2018, 786-792.
- M. Trzaskowski, L. Mizak, R. Gryko, T. Ciach: SPR system for on-site detection of biological warfare, Current Analytical Chemistry, 13(2), 2017, 144-149.
- B. Butruk, M. Trzaskowski, T. Ciach: Fabrication of biocompatible hydrogel coatings for implantable medical devices using Fenton-type reaction, Materials Science and Engineering C: Materials for Biological Applications, 32 (6), 2012, 1601-1609.