Serafim  Papadimitriou

Malgorzata Wrzosek

Assistant Professor

biography

Dr. Malgorzata Wrzosek is presently working as the Assistant Professor in Department of Pharmacogenomics from Medical University of Warsaw since 2011. Dr. Wrzosek completed her Masters in Pharmacy from Medical University of Warsaw in the year 2007. Her research interest include Obesity, Obesity Prevention, Type 2 Diabetes, Hypertension, Metabolic Syndrome, Impulsivity, Insomnia, Depression, Pharmacogenomics, Genetic Analysis, Molecular Biology, Genetics, Vitamin D, Bacterial topoisomerases, Anti-inflammatory activity.

 

Area of Interest

1. Obesity
2. Obesity Prevention
3.Type 2 Diabetes
4. Hypertension
5. Metabolic Syndrome
6. Impulsivity
7. Insomnia
8.Depression
9. Pharmacogenomics
10. Genetic Analysis
11. Molecular Biology
12. Genetics
13. Vitamin D
14. Bacterial topoisomerases
15. Anti-inflammatory activity


top publication

1.Association between rs9930506 polymorphism of the fat mass & obesity-associated (FTO) gene & onset of obesity in Polish adults MalgorzataWrzosek • Anna Zakrzewska • Lech Ruczko • Beata JabÅ‚onowska-Lietz • Grażyna Nowicka, • Mar 2016 • The Indian Journal of Medical
2. Impact of obesity and nitric oxide synthase gene G894T polymorphism on essential hypertension M Wrzosek • M Sokal • A Sawicka • M Wlodarczyk • M Glowala • M Kosior • M Talalaj • P Biecek • G Nowicka Nov 2015 • Journal of physiology and pharmacology: an official journal of the Polish Physiological Society
3.Oleacein enhances anti-inflammatory activity of human macrophages by increase CD163 receptor expression Agnieszka Filipek • Monika E. CzerwiÅ„ska • Anna K. Kiss • MaÅ‚gorzata Wrzosek • Marek Naruszewicz Nov 2015 • Phytomedicine: international journal of phytotherapy and phytopharmacology
4. Association between Fok I vitamin D receptor gene (VDR) polymorphism and impulsivity in alcohol-dependent patients MaÅ‚gorzata Wrzosek • Andrzej Jakubczyk • MichaÅ‚ Wrzosek • Beata Kaleta • Jacek Lukaszkiewicz • Halina Matsumoto • Kirk Brower • Grażyna Nowicka • Marcin Wojnar Jul 2014 • Molecular Biology Reports
5. Synthesis, cytotoxicity and antimicrobial activity of thiourea derivatives incorporating 3-(trifluoromethyl)phenyl moiety Anna Bielenica • Joanna StefaÅ„ska • Karolina StÄ™pieÅ„ • Agnieszka Napiórkowska • EwaAugustynowicz-Kopeć • Giuseppina Sanna • Silvia Madeddu • Stefano Boi • Gabriele Giliberti • MaÅ‚gorzataWrzosek • Marta Struga Jun 2015 • European Journal of Medicinal Chemistry
6. Vitamin D and the central nervous systemMaÅ‚gorzata Wrzosek • Jacek Lukaszewicz • MichaÅ‚ Wrzosek • Andrzej Jakubczyk • Halina Matsumoto • PaweÅ‚ PiÄ…tkiewicz • Maria RadziwoÅ„-Zaleska • Marcin Wojnar • Grażyna Nowicka Mar 2013 • Pharmacological reports: PR
7.The CC genotype in HTR2A T102C polymorphism is associated with behavioral impulsivity in alcohol-dependent patients Andrzej Jakubczyk • MaÅ‚gorzataWrzosek • Jacek Lukaszkiewicz • Joanna Sadowska-Mazuryk • Halina Matsumoto • ElżbietaSliwerska • Jennifer Glass • Margit Burmeister • Kirk J Brower • Marcin Wojnar Sep 2011 • Journal of Psychiatric Research
8. Association of polymorphisms in HTR2A, HTR1A and TPH2 genes with suicide attempts in alcohol dependence: A preliminary report MaÅ‚gorzataWrzosek • Jacek Łukaszkiewicz • MichaÅ‚Wrzosek • Piotr Serafin • Andrzej Jakubczyk • Anna Klimkiewicz • Halina Matsumoto • Kirk J Brower • Marcin Wojnar May 2011 • Psychiatry Research