Master’s programme alumnus of the Department of Chemistry in Warsaw University of Technology with major in Applied Biotechnology. Has diplomas summa cum laude for first and second level studies. Currently is a student of interdisciplinary PhD studies TRI-BIO-CHEM “From chemistry to bioinnovation for the better life”. In 2019, started working as technologist at the Centre for Advanced Materials and Technologies CEZAMAT for the project “Development of the structural design and manufacturing technology of miniature diagnostic devices for rapid biomarker testing on physiological fluids and other biological samples - ImDiag” Currently is employed as research assistant for the project “The development of antimicrobial and filtration layered fabrics for sanitary and medical protection and fabrication technology based on metal-polymer composites”. Finished previous studies in the field of biology, has an experience with conducting of clinical trials and working with laboratory animals.
- Synthesis, characterization and use of monometallic and multimetallic nanoparticles of noble and common metals in biotests and biosensors.
- Designing and producing of immunoenzymatic biotests and biosensors.
- Ivanova, P., Dzięgielewski, K., Drozd, M., Skorupska, S., Grabowska-Jadach, I., & Pietrzak, M. (2021). Nanoparticles of chosen noble metals as reactive oxygen species scavengers. Nanotechnology, 32(5), 055704.
- Mariusz Pietrzak, Polina Ivanova, (2021)Bimetallic and multimetallic nanoparticles as nanozymes, Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical,Volume 336,2021,129736, ISSN 0925-4005, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.snb.2021.129736.