She leads Trialteral’s work in the PREVISION project where she oversees its ethics and human rights compliance.
Zuzanna work specialises in the intersection of science, technology, ethics and human rights law. She has been involved in several national and international interdisciplinary research projects exploring the ethics of new technologies and the impact of scientific and technological progress on human rights and freedoms. Since 2011 she has cooperated with the Helsinki Foundation for Human Rights, one of the leading European non-governmental human rights organisations. Since 2019 she has been acting as an independent expert to the European Commission.
Zuzanna passed the bar exam in April 2017 and served as the vice-president of the Human Rights Section by the Warsaw Bar Association from March 2016 until May 2017.
She has been actively involved in the work of the Women’s Rights Group by the Polish Bar Council. She holds a Master degree in Law and an M.A. in English Studies from the University of Warsaw. She holds a PhD in law from the University of Warsaw, title of the thesis: The protection of fundamental rights in the area of scientific research in the international and European Union law.