Becoming a researcher. Assessing the unknown risk factors for cerebrovascular disease in patients with nephrotic syndrome
Is it possible to combine early, pre-clinical medical studies with vast spectrum of extracurricular activities, not to mention scientific projects? This major challenge is successfully met head-on by Michael Kitlinski, an ambitious 2nd year English Division medical student.
Follow Michael and the team of his fellow researchers as they undertake a unique study aiming to assess the unknown risk factors for cerebrovascular disease in patients with nephrotic syndrome. Currently, it is the only study attempting to tackle the problem.
Learn the true value of mentorship and team work and see why the Medical University of Gdańsk is the perfect environment for students with great curiosity and interest in scientific research.
Student, aspiring young scientist and author of scientific papers, pursuing his goal of becoming a researcher. Leader of the project aiming to assess the unknown risk factors for cerebrovascular disease in patients with nephrotic syndrome. Cooperates with the Department of Nephrology, Transplantology and Internal Diseases at the Medical University of Gdańsk.