I am a Lecturer at the National Centre for Food Manufacturing of the University of Lincoln. Through my up to date career I have been researching subjects related to food safety and analytical method development and validation. I was awarded an MSc in Food Technology and Human Nutrition by the University of Agriculture in Krakow (Poland) and a PhD from University of York, Environment Department. My PhD research was related to development of electron microscopy methodologies for characterisation of nanoparticles in food and was a part of EU funded project NanoLyse (www.nanolyse.eu). In 2013 I have joined the University of Lincoln to research current issues of microbiological quality and safety of meat in UK. Main part of this research was funded by the Food Standards Agency (UK).
I am a coordinator of the Food Science and Microbiology module. My other responsibilities include reviewing literature for the research projects, planning and taking care of experimental work, writing scientific reports and publications. I also supervise students during their internships here and provide scientific support for the small food manufacturers.
food quality and safety, meat processing, nanoparticles in foods, analytical method development and validation
— University of York (UK), 2015
— University of Agriculture in Krakow (Poland), 2007
Farmers Club Charitable Trust Educator Award
— Farmers Club, London, 2015
Best Poster Presentation for the !st year PhD student at Food and Environment Research Agency
— Food and Environment Research Agency, York, 2011
University of Lincoln, National Centre for Food Manufacturing