Young Analytical Scientists – Magdalena Matczuk

Young Analytical Scientists


Magdalena MatczukJAAS is excited to announce Magdalena Matczuk as one of our Young Analytical Scientists.

Magdalena Matczuk was born in Wlodawa (Poland) in 1986 and received her MSc in Chemical Technology from Warsaw University of Technology, Poland (2010). Her current occupation is an Assistant Professor at Chair of Analytical Chemistry (Warsaw University of Technology). She holds a PhD of Chemical Sciences in Biotechnology (2015). In 2016 she was awarded for the best PhD. thesis in the field of mass spectrometry by Committee of Analytical Chemistry Polish Academy of Sciences. In 2019 she was granted the European Rising Star Award for Plasma Spectrochemistry.
She has co-authored about 30 scientific papers in the field of separation techniques, mass spectrometry and their hyphenations. Her primary research interests concern the application of the abovementioned analytical techniques to investigate the anticancer drugs’ and tumor-targeted nanomaterials’ transportation under physiological conditions.

Read Dr Matczuk’s paper, New solvents for metal extraction – NADES. Prediction and optimization of efficient extraction of selected metals by ICP-MS/MS.


J. Anal. At. Spectrom., 2021, Advance Article, DOI:10.1039/D0JA00492H

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