AI will definitely allow radiologists to see more and recognize more and more complex and complicated medical cases. Moreover, it will certainly have a great impact on the professional development of young doctors.
Marta joined contextflow already with a strong background in Quality & Regulatory Affairs. In her native Poland, she served as R&D Engineer and Regulatory Affairs Manager at another medical device company, GlucoActive Ltd., completing the company’s first clinical trial, managing the medical certification process and leading the movile application team to create its MVP.
Marta’s educational background is equally impressive: she earned both her Bachelors and Masters in Electronics and Telecommunication at the Wrocław University of Science and Technology. In between, she also studied Project Management at the Wrocław University of Economics. As if she wasn’t busy enough, Marta served as Vice President at her university’s Science Club of Microengineering, Microelectronics and Microsystems AND Vice President of the Faculty Student Council of Microsystems Electronics and Photonics.
In her free time, Marta enjoys knitting, photography yoga and, due to her keen sense of style, interior design.
Favorite meal: the one and only Wiener schnitzel
Recommended reading: Invisible Women: Exposing Data Bias in a World Designed for Men by Caroline Criado Perez
People would be surprised to learn…that I’m a knitter and love to make jackets, cardigans, socks, hats, scarfs and even little pumpkins out of high-quality wool.
If I wasn’t working as a Quality & Regulatory Affairs Engineer, I would be…a researcher working in a large technological center on the miniaturization of every possible device for medical diagnostics.
Most rewarding part of my job: Putting a puzzle together with regulatory and user requirements, taking into account the possibilities of the research and development process, and translating them into a product that can help people