Dr Michał Adamski
- Bioactive metabolites produced by plant organisms.
- Antioxidant systems of plant organisms.
Higher education and employment history
- MSc degree (biology) at the Jagiellonian University (2013).
- MSc degree (chemistry of environment) at the Jagiellonian University (2013).
- PhD degree at the Jagiellonian University (2018).
- Assistant professor at the W. Szafer Institute of Botany, PAS (since 2018).
Membership and awards
- Scholarships for the best PhD students (2013, 2015, 2016)
- Scholarships for PhD students from the earmarked subsidy for co-financing pro-quality tasks at the Jagiellonian University (2013, 2014, 2015, 2016).
- Member of the Polish Botanical Society (since 2014).
- Scholarship of the Minister of Science and Higher Education for outstanding achievements (academic year 2016/2017).
Research projects (selected)
- Analysis of the phytoremediation efficiency of cylindrospermopsin and its influence on the physiology of the aquatic plant (2017–2021); grant no. 2016/23/B/NZ9/01041; National Science Centre (NCN) – contractor.
- Determination of antioxidant properties of compounds synthesized by green algae Klebsormidium dissectum (2020–2021); grant no. 2020/04/X/NZ9/00436; National Science Centre (NCN) – project leader.
Recent publications (selected)
Adamski M., Wołowski K., Kamiński A., Hindakova A. 2020. Cyanotoxin cylindrospermopsin producers and the catalytic decomposition process: A review. Harmful Algae 98: 101894. DOI
Adamski M., Zimolag E., Kaminski A., Drukała J., Bialczyk J. 2020. Effects of cylindrospermopsin, its decomposition products, and anatoxin-a on human keratinocytes. Science of the Total Environment 765: 142670. DOI
Adamski M., Żmudzki P., Bialczyk J., Kaminski A., Chrapusta-Srebrny E., Bober B., Duchnik K. 2019. Decomposition products of cylindrospermopsin – a cyanotoxin produced by Raphidiopsis raciborskii (Woloszynska). Oceanological and Hydrobiological Studies 48: 227–235. DOI