Magdalena Klink was born in June 25th 1964, Lodz, Poland. She is employed as a Professor Assistant in the Center for Medical Biology, Polish Academy of Sciences in Lodz, Poland. She was graduated from the University of Lodz, Faculty of Biology and Earth Sciences in 1989. After graduation she started her professional carrier at Microbiology and Virology Center of Polish Academy of Sciences in Lodz. Her scientific interests was concentrated on the response of immune cells to intracellular bacteria. In 1992 she was awarded with the Award of President of University of Lodz for scientific studies about Listeria infection. She received the Ph.D. degree in immunology in 1994 at University of Lodz. From 1994 to 2005 she was a Senior Research Assistant in Microbiology and Virology Center, Polish Academy of Sciences in Lodz and from 2003 in Center for Medical Biology, Polish Academy of Sciences in Lodz. During this period of time she worked on the functional activity of neutrophils submitted to the pro- and anti-inflammatory agents. In 1996 she worked as a postdoctoral fellow in the College of Natural Sciences, Chungnam National University, Taejon, South Korea. In 1998 she was awarded with the Award of Ministry of National Education for scientific studies about pathogen agents determined infection and immunity. In 2005 after postdoctoral dissertation in immunology (habilitation thesis) she started as a Professor Assistant in the Center for Medical Biology. Currently, she continues the investigations of functional activities of neutrophils and she is focused on the interactions of immune cell with cancer cells. Recently, she has worked as a scientific editor for Current Awareness Bulletin of Novartis Pharma AG. Her scientific achievements consist of 28 original articles, 3 reviews, and 50 posters. From 1989 she is a Member of Polish Society for Experimental and Clinical Immunology. In 2007 she was included in Who's Who in the World, 25th Anniversary Edition.
Biography Updated on 6 December 2007