Ewa Szczurek

Ewa Szczurek

Assistant professor
Institute of Informatics,
University of Warsaw
Banacha 2, 02-097
Warsaw, Poland
room 5580,
tel. +48 22 5544 5580,

PhD students

Shadi Darvish Shafighi

Shadi earned her bachelor in computer engineering in the University of Tehran and her master in the Sharif University of Technology. Her Thesis was on “Identifying Core Genes in Estimation of Missing Gene Expressions”. She is now a Ph.D. student and a member of the ITN-Contra program. She is focusing on developing statistical models to infer tumor evolution.
e-mail: shafighi@mimuw.edu.pl

Magda Grynkiewicz

Magda earned her master's degree in Quantitative Methods and Information Systems from Warsaw School of Economics. For some time she had worked in insurance risk assesment but then she redirected her statistical powers to bioinformatics. She is now developing comprehensive methods for prediction of cancer therapy biomarkers.
e-mail: magda.grynkiewicz[at]mimuw.edu.pl

Senbai Kang

Senbai earned his undergraduate and Master's degree in mechanical engineering respectively from the Dalian University of Technology and Xi’an Jiaotong University of China. He is focusing on developing novel mathematical models of metastasis formation from single-cell data. e-mail: senbai.kang[at]mimuw.edu.pl

Krzysztof Koras

Krzysztof earned his undergraduate degree in physics from the University of Warsaw. He is focusing on development of novel statistical models for drug efficacy.

Łukasz Rączkowski

Łukasz earned his Bachelor of Engineering and Master's degrees in computer science from the University of Nicolaus Copernicus in Torun. He is now developing machine learning algorithms for biological data analysis, with a focus on deep learning for cancer imaging. He would like for his work to make a positive impact on people's lives. His research interests include machine learning, computer vision and high-performance computing.
email: l.raczkowski[at]mimuw.edu.pl

Visiting PhD students

Magdalena Budzińska

Magdalena is a PhD candidate at the Sydney Medical School, The University of Sydney, Australia, working on deciphering pre-cancerous genomic alterations occurring in liver DNA leading to development of liver cancer (Hepatocellular Carcinoma, HCC). She obtained her Master’s degree in Biotechnology with major in Bioinformatics from the Wroclaw University of Science and Technology. Currently, she’s a visiting researcher at the University of Warsaw. Her work during the visit is focusing on identification of synthetic lethal interaction partners with genes that are commonly altered by somatic mutations in hepatocellular carcinoma.