Magda Mielczarek

Contact:

  • ✉️: magda.a.mielczarek@gmail.com
  • ✉️: magda.mielczarek@upwr.edu.pl
  • 📞: 71-320-57-51
  • www.linkedin.com/in/magda-mielczarek-2912469a/
  • office No: 14
  • Bioinformatics Student Association –> theta.edu.pl/teaching/skn-bioinformatykow/

Consultations (email me first, please!):

  • Wednesday 13:30 – 15:30

Teaching:

  • Basics of Bioinformatics / Podstawy Bioinformatyki
  • Bioinformatics / Bioinformatyka
  • Programming lab (Bash course)  / Pracownia informatyczna
  • NGS data analysis / Analiza danych NGS
  • Data analysis / Analiza danych
  • Statistics / Statystyka matematyczna
  • Bioinformatics seminar / Seminarium bioinformatyczne

Publications:

  1. 📕Mielczarek M., Frąszczak M., Giannico R., Minozzi G., Williams J.L., Wojdak-Maksymiec K., and Szyda, J. Analysis of Copy Number Variations in Holstein-Friesian Cow Genomes Based on Whole Genome Sequence Data. Journal of Dairy Science, 100:7, pp 5515-5525, IF(2016)=2.474
  2. 📕Mielczarek M. and Szyda J. Review of alignment and SNP calling algorithms for next-generation sequencing data. Journal of Applied Genetics 57(1), pp. 71-79, IF(2015)=1.477
  3. 📕Szyda J., Frąszczak, M. Mielczarek, M., Giannico, R., Minozzi, G., Nicolazzi, E.L., Kamiński, S. and Wojdak-Maksymiec, K. The assessment of inter-individual variation of whole-genome DNA sequence in 32 cows.
    Mammalian Genome, 28(11), pp. 658-665, IF(2014)=3.068

Education:

  1. 🎓2012-2016 Biology, Wroclaw University of Environmental and Life Sciences, The Faculty of Biology and Animal Science. PhD studies; area of study: genomics, genetics and bioinformatics; The main goal of the PhD thesis was the investigation of CNVs across 155 individuals belonging to 13 different breeds of domestic cattle (Bos taurus Linnaeus, 1758). In particular, the study comprised: (i) detecting CNV polymorphisms including their validation using different algorithms, (ii) identifying the functional and biological annotations of CNVs, (iii) describing the distribution of these polymorphisms across the genome and assessing the inter-breed and inter-individual variation in the number and distribution of CNVs.
  2. 🎓2010-2012 Biotechnology, specialization: bioinformatics, University of Wrocław, Faculty of Biotechnology. Graduate studies; an individual programme with emphasis on bioinformatics techniques and programming;
  3. 🎓2005-2010 Biology, specialization: zoology, University of Wrocław, Faculty of Biological Sciences. Master’s degree, Biology.

Taken courses & workshops:

  1. From sequence data to genomic prediction. Wroclaw, Poland (2015)
  2. Introduction to Genomics. Train the Trainer Workshop. Edinburgh, Scotland (2014)
  3. Writing and Presenting Scientific Papers – EAAP/CUP Workshop. Copenhagen, Denmark (2014)
  4. The Scientific Communication Workshop. Wroclaw, Poland (2013)
  5. Sequence Data Analysys Training School, SDAC. Wageningen, Netherlands (2012)
  6. Data packages in bioinformatics? analysis. Wroclaw, Poland (2011)

Given courses & workshops (leading workshops as a trainer):

  1. Gene2Farm Winter School 2015 – NGS data analysis. Piacenza, Italy (2015)
  2. Laborant (www.laborant.pl/). “DNA sequencing. Common problems; biostatistics and bioinformatics in data processing; interpretation of the sequencing results”. Warsaw, Poland (2014)
  3. DNA Research Centre (www.cbdna.eu/). “Bioinformatics processing of NGS data”. Poznan, Poland (2014)
  4. VitaInSilica (www.vitainsilica.pl). “Basics of bioinformatics’ data analysis of NGS data”. Poznan, Poland (2013)

Membership: Member of the European Federation for Animal Science (EAAP). EAAP is an international non-governmental organisation which aims to improve the farming of domestic animals.

Interests: Bioinformatics, biostatistics, animal genetics, genomics, next generation sequencing software