Professor Aneta Andronowska is the professor of reproductive endocrinology at Department of Hormonal Action Mechanisms, Institute of Animal Reproduction and Food Research of Polish Academy of Sciences, Olsztyn, Poland.
Professor Aneta Andronowska, specialist in immuno-endocrine and molecular mechanisms involved in: embryo-uterine interactions during the maternal recognition of pregnancy and implantation; estrus synchronization and its effect on oviduct, as well as the influence of immune system on corpus luteum function. In the current studies her team is involved in the study on the role of chemokines in peri-implantation period in porcine uterus and ovary. She is also involved in creation of a new laboratory for cell and tissue imaging on light and electron microscopy level. For many years she is also the Head of PhD studies at the IAR&FR PAS, Olsztyn, Poland.
Aneta is a lecturer in research school “Basics to Work with Extracellular Vesicles”.