Kamil is a student of Physics at the University of Warsaw and a graduate of Aerospace Engineering at Warsaw University of Technology. His interest is in the use of optics in biology and medicine. In the past, he worked in the Space Research Centre of the Polish Academy of Sciences and in photonics R&D company.
While pursuing her doctoral studies Dr Rani gained experience in molecular biology, enzyme biochemistry and mammalian cell culture. After her PhD she joined as Research Associate at Regional Centre for Biotechnology, India.
From September 2021 Dr Aruna Rani has joined as Postdoctoral Research fellow at ICTER with Integrated Structural Biology (ISB) group headed by Dr Humberto Fernandes.
She works in the field of biophotonics and optical imaging. Her role is designing diagnostic tools, biomarkers for eye and brain architecture, and function for the application of diagnosis and longitudinal treatments of eye diseases. She is also developing new methods of imaging and characterization of the human retina in vivo.