Joanna Jarosz-Popek, MD has been a member of the research team since 2017. She graduated from medical faculty of the Medical University of Warsaw in 2019, when she started to deliver lectures in the field of Basic and Clinical Pharmacology in the Department of Experimental and Clinical Pharmacology of the Medical University of Warsaw. At the same time, she works in Prof. Marek Postula’s team on her PhD project “The impact of empagliflozin on circulating microRNAs in patients with decompensated chronic heart failure”. Since she joined the research team, she has devoted her efforts to the Pharmacogenomic Laboratory working on the assessment of non-coding RNAs expression in a number of projects. Her scientific interests cover searching for novel biomarkers in a broad spectrum of clinical diseases, in particular in cardiological and neurological area, focusing on microRNA and long- noncoding RNA evaluation. She is also a co-author of biomarker-focused publications. Additionally, she has given numerous awarded lectures at international medical conferences.