Head of the Council
|dr Agnieszka Malcher||Department of Reproductive Biology and Stem Cells|
Deputy head of the Council
|mgr Joanna Janiszewska||Department of Cancer Genetics|
Members of the Council
|dr Tomasz Kolanowski||Department of Molecular Pathology|
|dr Michał Walczak||Department of Nucleic Acid Function|
|mgr Rim Ibrahim||Department of Reproductive Biology and Stem Cells|
|mgr Natalia Maćkowska-Maślak||Department of Molecular and Clinical Genetics|
|mgr Alicja Rabiasz||Department of Molecular and Clinical Genetics|
Activities of the Council
The basis for the Council’s regulations is contained in § 1-3 of the Order of the Director of the IHG PAS of 22nd November 2017, regarding the appointment of the Young Scientists Council. The Council is an auxiliary and intermediary body between the Young Scientific Employees of the Institute and the Coordinator for the Young Scientists of the Institute, Prof. dr hab. Jadwiga Jaruzelska.
Definition of the Young Scientific Employee, adopted by the Council, inspired by the European Charter for Researchers:
A young scientist at the IHG PAS is a person conducting scientific work, whose goal is to obtain a post-doctoral degree(habilitation), regardless of the method of employment and the age criterion. The definition therefore includes PhD students and postdoctoral employees, who have chosen the path of professional development assuming obtaining a postdoctoral degree (habilitation), but have not yet achieved full academic independence.
The Council adopts a policy of openness to proposals and conclusions from the Institute’s Young Scientific Employees and encourages direct contact with the Council members to present matters that require any intervention or advice from the Council.