Dr Danuta Jeziorska
Co-founder and Senior Advisor of Oxford branch of Innovation Forum
Dr Danuta Mariola Jeziorska
Danuta co-founded Innovation Forum Oxford in 2015 with aim to accelerate innovation and aid research translation. She led the branch for two years and together with IFO team provided entrepreneurial training to hundreds of scientists in the health and life-sciences sector and built a platform for showcasing science and knowledge exchange that continues to bring together hundreds of members of academia, industry, the NHS and policy makers. Currently, she acts as a Local and Global Strategic Advisor for the organisation. Danuta also helped form TechTonic Women, to support women in the technology sector in Oxfordshire, where she is a Director and Board member.
Danuta is currently co-founding Oxomics, a spinout from Oxford University that aims to transform drug discovery using the 3D structure of the genome. She also continues her scientific research at the MRC Weatherall Institute of Molecular Medicine, University of Oxford, that focuses on understanding how genes are turned on and off during red blood cell formation, with a particular interest on two aspects of this process: the role of DNA methylation and the dynamics of transcription at the single cell level. She is an author of multiple research articles and has spoke on many national and international conference.
Before moving to Oxford, Danuta completed her PhD in Systems Biology from the University of Warwick and obtained a BSc degree in Biotechnology from the University of Silesia in Poland.
For more information about Danuta: https://www.linkedin.com/in/danuta-mariola-jeziorska-49984a9?trk=hp-identity-photo