Irena Baranowska-Bosiacka works at the Department of Biochemistry and Medical Chemistry at the Pomeranian Medical University, Szczecin Poland. She is a researcher and university teacher. For many years she has been involved in the research related to the influence of environmental and epigenetic factors on the human and animal body. The main subject of the research are issues related to metallomics and toxicology, with emphasis on neurobiology and neurotoxicology. She has involved in many research projects explaining the molecular, biochemical and genetic mechanisms of adaptation to xenobiotics. At the cellular level, she conducts research on energy metabolism, oxidative stress, inflammatory and degenerative processes.
Title : Pre- and neonatal exposure to lead (Pb) induces alteration in energy metabolism in developing brain of rat offspring