Maryla Moczulska-Heljak, M.Sc.

Ph.D. Student

Room: 336

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My  scientific work has started at the Faculty of Materials Science and Engineering  (Warsaw University of Technology) where I worked in the scientific  projects. I was responsible for development of a scaffold for bone tissue regeneration. I am motivated to work in developing new strategies in the field of biomaterials especially bone tissue regeneration.

Education and professional experience

Work in research projects at Faculty of Materials Science and Engineering, Warsaw University of Technology

Internship at Materials Biology Interactions Laboratory, Department of Health and Performance, Swiss Federal Laboratories for Materials Science and Technology, Empa, St. Gallen, Switzerland

Postgraduate studies "Molecular Biology", Jagiellonian University

Industrial Biotechnology, The Faculty of Chemical and Process Engineering, Warsaw University of Technology  
 

Research Skills and Interests

Biomaterials for tissue engineering, cells-scaffolds interactions, electrospun fibres, 3D printing

 

Publications

Heljak  M.K., Moczulska-Heljak, M., Choińska E., Chlanda A., Kosik-Kozioł A., Jaroszewicz T., Jaroszewicz J., Swieszkowski W. Micro and nanoscale characterization of poly(DL-lactic-co-glycolic acid) films subjected to the L929 cells and the cyclic mechanical load, Micron Vol 115, December 2018, Pages 64-72

Moczulska M, Bitar M, Święszkowski W, Bruinink A, Biological characterization of woven fabric using two- and three-dimensional cell cultures; Journal of Biomedical Materials Research - Part A, Vol. 100 A, Issue 4, April 2012, pages 882-893

Bruinink A., Wein F, Moczulska M, Zell V, Obarzanek-Fojt M, Rottmar  M, Maeder-Althaus X. Evaluation of biomaterials using an in vitro test battery, European Cells and Materials 22 Suppl. 1, 2011  pp. 24

Moczulska M, Bitar M, Święszkowski W, Bruinink A,  Comparison of two cell culture set-up for identifactions of optimal textiel scaffold regarding cell response. Eur. Cells Mat. Vol. 20. Suppl 1, 2010, page 34,

Moczulska M, Bitar M, Lischer S, Święszkowski W, Bruinink A, Development of Textile Scaffolds for Bone Tissue Engineering, Tissue Engineering Part A, Vol.14, Issue 5, 838, 2008,