Rssearcher, Department of Pharmacognosy with Medicinal Plant Unit
Medical University of Lublin, Poland
Agnieszka Ludwiczuk, PhD, studied chemistry, working as the Faculty of Chemistry, Maria Curie-SkÅÂ‚odowska University, Lublin, Poland and received her Master’s degree in 1998. In this same year, she started to work at the Department of Pharmacognosy with the Medicinal Plants Unit, Medical University of Lublin, since 2007 as Assistant Professor. In 2005, she obtained her PhD degree in pharmaceutical sciences. From April 2007 till March 2010, she worked as a postdoctoral at Tokushima Bunri University, Tokushima, Japan, under the direction of Prof. Yoshinori Asakawa. Her scientific output till date comprises some 50 scientific papers published in international and domestic journals concerning natural products chemistry, separation methods, extraction techniques, and biological activity. She is currently working on bioactivity-guided isolation and the structural characterization of compounds from medicinal, aromatic, and spore-forming plants. Her scientific interests cover in addition to the chemosystematics of non-vascular plants from the division Marchantiophyta based on their terpenoid and aromatic constituents.
Hawaiian medicinal plants, Bioactivity-guided isolation and the structural characterization of compounds from medicinal, aromatic, and spore-forming plants.
Chemosystematics of non-vascular plants from the division Marchantiophyta based on their terpenoid and aromatic constituents.