Early-Stage Researcher

Partner Lab

The School of Life Sciences (SLS) of the University of Dundee (UNIVDUN) in Dundee benefits from having both a university and research institute environment. As a university SLS is devoted to training the next generation of scientists. Moreover SLS is one of the largest and most productive research centres in European Life Sciences, with more than 700 scientists from 64 countries and external funding in excess of £39 million per year. SLS is repeatedly voted one of 'the best places for a life scientist to work' by The Scientist magazine. The research in GRE and MRC-PPU is supported by Wellcome Trust, CRUK, BBSRC, MRC and EU.


Magda Liczmanska was born in Poland, where she also studied Biotechnology at Gdansk University of Technology. After graduating with an MSc in Pharmaceutical Biotechnology she completed a 5-month internship at IRCCS Multimedica in the Laboratory of Vascular Biology and Angiogenesis in Milan, Italy. Her work focused on angioprevention and chemoprevention of components of dietary origins. She started her professional career at Macrogen Europe in Amsterdam as a Laboratory Technician focusing on Sanger sequencing. A few months later, she was given the opportunity to take part in the opening of a new branch in Madrid, Spain. In 2018 she joined OxSyBio Ltd.(United Kingdom) as a Cell Culture Technician in a group focused on printing 3D tissue-like structures.