Dominika Kwaśna

During my Master’s at the University of Wrocław I took a part in an Erasmus exchange at the University Catholique de Louvain in Belgium. This internship has shaped my interest in studying posttranslational modifications, like ubiquitylation. Following that path, I have moved to Scotland to work in the Phosphorylation and Ubiquitylation Unit at the University of Dundee. My doctoral project was focused on the discovery and characterisation of a novel class of deubiquitylating enzymes. After completing my Phd I have joined the Max Planck group to investigate enzymatic components of the urmylation pathway.  

Outside the lab, I explore Kraków on my bike or by run. I also do yoga and love reading.

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