Miss Ewelina Bieszczad

Miss Ewelina Bieszczad
Miss Ewelina Bieszczad
Miss Ewelina Bieszczad

Research Assistant

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1.006 Polwarth Building
Foresterhill Campus
AB25 2ZD

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School of Medicine, Medical Sciences and Nutrition


I have obtained her BSc in Dietetics in Poland in 2015 and relocated to Scotland the same year. Afterwards, I undertook MSc in Human Nutrition at University of Aberdeen and graduated with commendation in 2019 and with PgCert in Public Health at Robert Gordon University. 

I have joined University of Aberdeen in September 2021 and currently I work as a Project Coordinator on the UK-wide and Ireland case-control study investigating risk factors of rare blood cancers -MPNs, MOSAICC Study. 

Prior to this, I worked as a Clinical Research Assistant in Neuroprogressive and Dementia Network in NHS Grampian where I provided my support in implementation and conduct of range of research studies. I  acted as a rator and an interpreter for MND-SMART study and I continue my support such as as a volunteer.
At the beginning of 2021, I was appointed a post as a Data Coordinator in SIREN study (SARS-CoV2 Immunity & Reinfection Evaluation), where I was a part of the study implementation and management in Grampian. 

I express an interest in a wide scope of public health research and enjoy working on the different studies. My career goal is to continue my professional development and tailored it more specifically into research governance and research project management. 



  • MSc Human Nutrition  
    2019 - University of Aberdeen 
  • BSc Dietetics  
    2015 - Pomeranian Medical University, Poland 
  • PgCert Public Health 
    2022 - Robert Gordon University 
  • Project Management: ILM Level 3 
    2023 - University of Aberdeen 

External Memberships

Ewelina is registered with Association for Nutrition (ANutr, 2019-date).

Prizes and Awards

SIREN study (SARS-CoV2 Immunity & Reinfection Evaluation) research team (which I was a part of) received NHS Orange Award for the implementation of the study in Grampian.