Pamela Czajka is a PhD student, who has graduated a medical faculty at the Medical University of Warsaw. She was a president of the research team at the Department of Experimental and Clinical Pharmacology from 2018 to 2021. In 2020 she was accepted into the fast path to PhD program and she became a PhD student in Prof. Marek Postula’s team with a project associated with circulating microRNAs in patients with ischemic stroke. She is experienced in laboratory techniques. Her research interests include clinical pharmacology, especially antiplatelet and anticoagulative therapy and the utility of microRNAs as novel biomarkers in cardiovascular and neurovascular disorders. She is involved in projects and international grants focused on microRNAs expression in patients with coronary arthery disease, ischemic stroke and diabetes.