Sylwia received her MS degree in biology from University of Lodz, Poland (2009) and PhD in medical sciences from Rijksuniversiteit Groningen (2014). During her PhD project focused on genetic factors contributing to human aging, Sylwia visited Mayo Clinic (Rochester, MN) to study senescence of human adipose tissue. As a postdoctoral researcher at Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz, Germany (2014-2016) she analyzed ancient human genomes. During her second postdoctoral project, in the Prof. Erik Ingelsson’s group at Stanford University (2016-2019) she studied genetics and proteomics of obesity, insulin resistance, and cardiovascular disease to discover novel targets for drug development.
As a bioinformatician in the group of Prof. Adriaan Voors, I am analyzing clinical and multi -omics data sets with the aim of improving clinical outcome of patients with heart failure.
Facilitate personalized therapies in patients with heart failure