Magdalena Mikrut obtained her bachelor’s degree in chemistry in 2013 at the Jagiellonian University. During her master’s studies, she was a student in FNP TEAM grant “Model dyes and photosynthetic complexes in photodynamic therapy and solar energy conversion”. In 2015 she defended her master’s thesis under the supervision of prof. Leszek Fiedor entitled “Characteristic of xenobiotic transporter BCRP in vitro and in vivo”. Magdalena joined Photocatalysis Team in 2015 and she was doing doctoral studies under supervision of prof. Wojciech Macyk. She was also a PhD student in NCN Symfonia grant “Air Pollution versus Autoimmunity: The Role of Multiphase Aqueous Inorganic Chemistry (APARIC)”, which was led by professor Rudi van Eldik. Her work was focused on air pollution analysis: from physicochemical to determining the photoactivity of particulate matter.