Artur Czajkowski

Who I am:

I am a Master’s student in my final year at Pomeranian Medical University in Szczecin, specializing in Medical Biotechnology. My unwavering passion for biology and medicine from an early age has propelled me to pursue this field. I have been an active participant in scientific societies and have continuously engaged in various research projects throughout my academic journey, honing my skills and realizing my full potential.

My BioLAB work in the lab focuses on:

“Kill or be Killed,” my BioLAB work focuses on developing “living” antibiotics inspired by microbial predators. I study the intricate dynamics of bacterial warfare, exploring how even highly resistant bacteria can fall prey to microbial predators. Through structural and biochemical analyses, I unravel the predator cycle, understanding its attach, invasion, and consumption phases.

I decided to apply for a BioLAB program because:

From an early age, my fascination with the realms of biology and medicine has been unwavering. My childhood ambition centered around pioneering groundbreaking therapies for ailments once deemed untreatable. Now, those ambitions are materializing into concrete endeavors. The chance to engage in projects facilitated by the BioLab initiative provides a conduit for actualizing these aspirations, potentially even surpassing current objectives.

After completing my BioLAB Program I would like to:

Engaging in this internship opportunity will enable me to enhance both my laboratory proficiency and language skills. This is precisely why I aspire to pursue further research endeavors and commence my doctoral studies after completing the BioLAB Program.

  • University of Chicago
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