Radosław Mazur, first author of “The SnRK2.10 kinase mitigates the adverse effects of salinity by protecting photosynthetic machinery”
assistant professor in the research group studying the structural and molecular basis of chloroplast function in the Department of Metabolic Regulation, Faculty of Biology, University of Warsaw, Poland
Education: MSc and Ph.D. at the Faculty of Biology, University of Warsaw
Non-scientific Interests: figure skating
From my undergraduate studies, I have been associated with the University of Warsaw. My scientific interest focus on chloroplast and photosynthesis. In particular, I am interested in studying the relationship between the organization of chlorophyll-protein complexes and the spatial structure of the thylakoids membrane system in optimal and stress conditions. In my research, I use a wide range of methods including my favorite fluorescence techniques – confocal microscopy and Pulse-Amplitude-Modulation fluorometry. I am also a member of the General Committee of the Polish Biology Olympiad which organizes a competition in biological knowledge for high school students.