Technische Universität München
Dr. Tatiana Flisikowska is a Senior Scientist at the Chair of Livestock Biotechnology at the Technical University of Munich. She received her Ph.D. in Animal Biotechnology from the Poznan University of Life Sciences in Poland and moved to Germany in 2005 to work with Prof. Angelika Schnieke, a leading researcher in the field of livestock biotechnology.
She has extensive experience in the production and characterisation of genetically modified biomedical pig models, with a particular focus on cancer research. She has played a key role in the development of new gene editing techniques, including the use of zinc finger nucleases to edit genes in livestock embryos. She was involved in the generation of several genetically modified livestock models, including pigs.
She has made significant contributions to the field of livestock biotechnology, publishing several articles on the development of genetically modified animal models for biomedicine. Her work has received widespread recognition, and she has been invited to speak at scientific conferences and events around the world. Dr. Flisikowska is a respected mentor and supervisor, and her guidance has helped numerous students and young researchers advance their careers in biotechnology.