Natalia is a postdoc at the Laboratory of RNA Biology. She graduated of Polish Studies and Biotechnology at the University of Warsaw. Before joining the team, she was studying genomes of non-model protists. Previously she was associated with the Institute of Evolutionary Biology (Faculty of Biology, University of Warsaw). Her doctoral thesis concerned unusual introns in euglenids – their splicing order, potential mechanisms and physical forms of released introns and her research interests have evolved from non-canonical splicing to RNA processing in a broader context, with particular emphasis on polyadenylation. She is interested in high-throughput analyzes of events on a genome-wide scale. She also likes to independently develop new research protocols and improve existing ones.  Her are: professional interests RNA splicing, RNA turnover, polyadenylation, structural variants, copy number variants and privately are related to digital art and MMORPGs.