logo logo

Jolanta Opiela

Jolanta Opiela, Polish research scientist. Achievements include research in glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase in immature oocytes; research in effects of oocyte quality, semen donor and embryo co-culture system on the efficiency of blastocysts production in goats and cattle; research in production of bovine embryos using flow-cytometrically sexed sperm.

Background

  • Opiela, Jolanta was born on March 10, 1975 in Cracow, Poland. Daughter of Marian and Krystyna Opiela.

  • Education

    • Doctor of Philosophy, National.Res.Inst.Anim.Prod., Cracow-Balice, 2007.

    Career

    • Trainee cytogenetisist Institute Nuclear Physics, Crakow, Poland, 2001—2002. Young researcher reproductive biology National.Res.Inst.Anim.Prod, Crakow-Balice, since 2002.

    Major achievements

    • Achievements include research in glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase in immature oocytes. Research in effects of oocyte quality, semen donor and embryo co-culture system on the efficiency of blastocysts production in goats and cattle. Research in production of bovine embryos using flow-cytometrically sexed sperm.

    Connections

    • father: Marian Opiela
    • mother: Krystyna Opiela
    See on larger map
    Born March 10, 1975
    (age 42)
    Nationality
    Ethnicity:
    • 2007
      Nat.Res.Inst.Anim.Prod.
    • 2001 - 2002
      Trainee, cytogenetisist Institute Nuclear Physics
      Poland
    • 2002
      young researcher, reproductive biology Nat.Res.Inst.Anim.Prod