We are a group of dedicated researchers who are passionate about what they do both in and out of the lab. The three pillars that our lab is based on are innovation, honesty, and cooperation. If you would like to join us, please contact Paweł at paweln {at} cent {dot} uw {dot} edu {dot} pl. Even though we usually advertise open positions, we will be happy to hear from you even if we cannot offer you a job right away.

 pawel_photo_researchgate Paweł Niewiadomski (group leader) I did my PhD in pharmaceutical sciences at the Medical University of Lodz. I also have a master’s degree in Mathematics from the University of Lodz. After my PhD, I spent over 7 years in the US, first at UCLA, then at Stanford. Following my return to Poland, I worked for over a year at the Nencki Institute of Experimental Biology in Warsaw and then I moved to CeNT to start my own laboratory.
My distinguishing character trait is passionate curiosity. I am married and have two adorable daughters: Julia and Wiktoria. I spend my free time drawing and reading books ranging from classics of fiction, through fantasy novels, to historical commentary and biographies of people I admire. My addictions include twitter and strong coffee. You can visit my personal blog at
lukasz photo Łukasz Markiewicz (postdoc) I did my PhD at the Medical University of Lodz in the field of Medical Biology. During my PhD studies I was awarded the Junior Advanced Research Grant 2012-2013 by the Fulbright Commision to join Prof. Alan Diehl’s laboratory at the University of Pennsylvania. After my return to Poland, I took a postdoctoral position at the Medical University of Lodz. Recently I was awarded the FUGA grant to do research on Gli proteins in Paweł’s lab at CeNT.
I am ambitious and I like new challenges. I am also persistent in pursuing professional goals. The two things I value the most are the truth and my family. I have a beautiful wife Aleksandra and two sons Marcel and Miłosz. My main hobbies are electronic entertainment and basketball.
Edyta photo Edyta Kawka(research assistant) I did my Master’s degree in the field of Laboratory Medicine at the Poznan University of Medical Sciences, where I also worked for a little while as a research assistant. In 2012 I went to the Charite University Hospital in Berlin as a part of the ’EuTRiPD – European Training and Research in Peritoneal Dialysis’ program funded by the European Union. As part of my doctoral training in Berlin, I worked on inflammatory responses caused by peritoneal dialysis. Outside the laboratory, I enjoy reading, listening to music, and riding a bike.
Sylwia photo Sylwia Niedziółka(PhD student) I completed my Master’s at the University of Warsaw, specializing in molecular biology. After graduating, I worked for one year in the Laboratory of Molecular Neurobiology at the Nencki Institute, where I studied molecular mechanisms of remyelination in the CNS.
Besides science, my greatest passion is sport and work as Aikido instructor. I have trained in Aikido for over 10 years, but there is still much to learn for me on this fascinating journey. I am also interested in photography and psychology.


Zuza_photo_cropped Zuzanna Sas (PhD student)
Monika Monika Kusio-Kobiałka (postdoc)
Monika Mostafa Hassan (intern)

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