Exploring the data behind the acute phase of sepsis associated encephalopathy
Is it possible to conceptualize your first scientific project in the middle of the medical studies? As challenging as this might sound, it indeed can be done – as proven by Klaudia Krzyżaniak, M.D., an ambitious and hardworking assistant at the Department of Emergency Medicine and a recent graduate of the M.D. programme.
Explore her scientific journey – from the project aiming to increase chest tumour detection during COVID-19 pandemic to her latest doctoral endeavour of exploring the data behind the acute phase of sepsis associated encephalopathy.
The latter focuses on a phenomenon which has not yet been optimally described. Hence, shedding a new light on both sepsis and sepsis associated encephalopathy may be crucial in reducing a severe burden for the healthcare system and significantly improving patient care.
Klaudia Krzyżaniak, M.D.
Recent graduate of the M.D. programme and a doctoral researcher focused on developing a better understanding of the acute phase of sepsis associated encephalopathy, a phenomenon which has not yet beet optimally described.