Marta Klak PhD


PhD in medical sciences, medical biology specialist and biotechnologist. Marta Klak completed her Master’s studies in biotechnology at the University of Szczecin. During studies, she carried out a project in the field of immunology “Cytometric determination of lymphocytes and apoptosis of immune system cells in rabbits infected with selected European strains of the RHD virus (rabbit haemorrhagic disease)”. Then, after completing her doctoral studies, she obtained PhD degree at the Pomeranian Medical University in Szczecin (PUM), where she carried out projects related to autoimmune diseases. The subject of her dissertation was: “The assessment of the relation between progressive inflammation and the orphan nuclear receptors expression in the bowel of the Primary Sclerosing Cholangitis patients”. She completed a scientific internship at Leiden University Medical Center in the Netherlands, where she was trained in the isolation of human pancreatic islets. During the internship, she also had the opportunity to learn the basics of organoids and stem cell culture.

Currently, she plays key roles in scientific projects, both in the R&D part and in the implementation of project’s results for practical use.

M. Klak is a co-author of over 20 scientific publications and over 40 scientific reports presented at international conferences, as well as 9 patent applications, including 2 patents.