Agnieszka Ścibior received in 1994 an M.S. degree in biology from the Faculty of Biology and Earth Sciences (at present, the Faculty of Biology and Biotechnology) at the Maria Curie-Skłodowska University (Lublin, Poland); in 1999 a Ph.D. degree in biology at the Maria Curie-Skłodowska University (Lublin, Poland); and in 2016 a postdoctoral degree in biology from the Faculty of Biology and Chemistry (University of Białystok, Poland). In 2004-2005, she carried out two semestral postgraduate studies in the range of knowledge about laboratory animals at the Faculty of Animal Science (Warsaw University of Life Sciences, Poland). Since 2014, Ścibior has been the Head of the Laboratory of Oxidative Stress, Center for Interdisciplinary Research (Lublin, Poland). She has authored or coauthored 34 scientific papers, including 18 articles published in journals covered by Journal Citation Reports (JCR), 1 scientific article published in a journal included in the B list of the Ministry of Science and Higher Education, 2 chapters in a book (Vanadium in the Environment, Part 2: Health Effects, Jerome O. Nriagu (ed.), John Wiley & Sons), 7 chapters in monographs, 2 scientific articles published in Acta Pharmacologica et Toxicologica, 2 scientific popular articles, and 2 scientific popular brochures, and she has also authored or coauthored more than 61 conference announcements. She is an Editorial Board Member of Edorium Journal of Cell Biology and Peertechz Journal of Environmental Science and Toxicology. She is a Member of the American Chemical Society, the Royal Society of Chemistry, the Polish Laboratory Animal Science Association, the Polish Society of Toxicology, the Polish Society of Laboratory Diagnostics, and the Polish Magnesiological Society.
Biography Updated on 23 October 2016