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Michal Krassowski

BSc, MRes (DIC)


Integrative, multi-omics analysis and stratification of patients with endometriosis-associated pain and bladder pain syndrome

I am a first year DPhil student at the Nuffield Department of Women's and Reproductive Health. I have a computational background with the primary research interest in the multi-omics integration of experimental and clinical data for the biomarkers discovery and disease stratification.

I will be working on pelvic pain conditions trying to use the additional power of integrated dataset to uncover the shared or distinct mechanisms, pathways and molecules, as well as patient subgroups which may inform the future studies and clinical guidelines. I will be working with the data from TRiPP study, under the supervision of Prof Krina Zondervan, Dr Nilufer Rahmioglu, and Dr Katy Vincent.

I completed a BSc in Bioinformatics and System's Biology at the University of Warsaw in 2017 and MRes in Biomedical Research (Data Science) at the Imperial College London in 2019.