Julia Kurlovich


College / University

University of Wroclaw, Poland

Highest Degree

Bachelor of Science

Major Subjects





Lab Experience

Eukaryotic and bacterial cell culturing, enzyme assays, data acquisition using confocal microscopy and image analysis, IR spectroscopy, mass spectrometry, NMR
Molecular biology: PCR/Reverse transcription PCR, SDS /Native PAGE, Western blot, cloning, ELISA, flow cytometry
Chromatographies: TLC, IEC, AC, SEC
Histology: histology sample manipulation (deparaffinization, dehydration), immunofluorescent staining, hematoxylin and eosin stain, Schiff’s stain
Genetics: Drosophila culturing and mating, complementation test, gene mapping, Ames test

Projects / Research

2017 – 2018: Role of microRNA in glycolysis in cancer cells, University of Wroclaw, Poland

Scholarships / Awards

2017 – 2018: Stipend by the International Max Planck Research School
2014 – 2017: European Scholarship Scheme for Young Belarusians (ESSYB)


First of all, I would like to successfully complete my Master’s studies and further my knowledge in the field of molecular biology. In the future I would like to focus on research into the consequences of the effect of low-dose radiation on the human organism at the molecular level. My main interest is in how mutagenic effects induced by radiation may be the underlying origin of congenital diseases and possibly various forms of cancer.