Lehrstuhl für Fischkrankheiten und Fischereibiologie



paulina cholewinska

Paulina Cholewińska, PhD

wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin


Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München
Tierärztliche Fakultät
Lehrstuhl für Fischkrankheiten und Fischereibiologie
Kaulbachstr. 37
80539 München

Website: ORCID


  • 2011 – 2016 Animal Science,  Wrocław University of Environmental and Life Sciences
  • 2016 – 2020 PhD studies on Animal Science, Wrocław University of Environmental and Life Sciences
  • 12.2020 – 09. 2022 Assistant Professor, Wrocław University of Environmental and Life Sciences

Weitere Aktivitäten


  • Aktives Mitglied der Society for Reproductive Biology seit 2021.
  • Vertreterin der Doktorandinnen und Doktoranden im Fachbereichsrat der Fakultät für Biologie und Tierwissenschaften, Wrocław University of Environmental and Life Sciences 2019/2020
  • Mitorganisatorin der 1. internationalen wissenschaftlichen Konferenz "Fatty acids in the food chain", 5. bis 6. Juli 2018.
  • Projekt: N060/0002/21- Wrocław University of Environmental and Life Sciences Sciences (Polen), Ph.D. Forschungsprogramm "Innowacyjny Naukowiec" (Direktor)
  • 01.11.2021 - 09. 2022 im Rahmen eines laufenden EU-Projekts mit dem Namen "CONTACT" (Helmholtz Zentrum Munchen)
  • Platz 1 bei den Veröffentlichungen im Bereich Tierwissenschaften an der Universität für Umwelt- und Biowissenschaften in Wrocław



ausgewählte Veröffentlichungen:

  1. Cholewińska P., Czyż K., Nowakowski P., Wyrostek A., The microbiome of the digestive system of ruminants–a review (2020), Animal Health Research Reviews, 1-12 (IF = 3.833).
  2. 2. Michalak, M., Wojnarowski, K., Cholewińska, P., Szeligowska, N., Bawej, M., & Pacoń, J. (2021). Selected Alternative Feed Additives Used to Manipulate the Rumen Microbiome. Animals, 11(6), 1542. (IF=3.231)
  3. Cholewińska, P., Michalak, M., Wojnarowski, K., Skowera, S., Smoliński, J., & Czyż, K. (2021). Levels of firmicutes, actinobacteria phyla and lactobacillaceae family on the skin surface of broiler chickens (Ross 308) depending on the nutritional supplement and the housing conditions. Agriculture, 11(4), 287 (IF=3.408)
  4. Cholewińska, P., Górniak, W., & Wojnarowski, K. (2021). Impact of selected environmental factors on microbiome of the digestive tract of ruminants. BMC Veterinary Research, 17(1), 1-10. (IF = 2.792).
  5. Szeligowska N., Cholewińska P., Czyż K., Wojnarowski K., Janczak M. (2021) Inter and intraspecies comparison of the level of selected bacterial phyla in in cattle and sheep based on feces. BMC Veterinary Research,  (IF = 2.792).
  6. Cholewińska, P., Wołoszyńska, M., Michalak, M., Czyż, K., Rant, W., Smoliński, J., ... & Wojnarowski, K. (2021). Influence of selected factors on the Firmicutes, Bacteroidetes phyla and the Lactobacillaceae family in the digestive tract of sheep. Scientific reports, 11(1), 1-18. (IF=4.996)
  7. Wojnarowski, K.; Cholewińska, P.; Palić, D.; Bednarska, M.; Jarosz, M.; Wiśniewska, I. (2022) Estrogen Receptors Mediated Negative Effects of Estrogens and Xenoestrogens in Teleost Fishes—Review. Int. J. Mol. Sci., 23, 2605.  (IF = 6.208)
  8. Szeligowska N., Cholewińska P., Smoliński J., Wojnarowski K., Pokorny P., Czyz K., Pogoda-Sewerniak K. (2022) Glutathione S-transferase (GST) and cortisol levels vs. microbiology of the digestive system of sheep during lambing. BMC Vet Res 18, 107.  (IF=2.792)
  9. Cholewińska P., Moniuszko H, Wojnarowski K., Pokorny P., Szeligowska N, Dobicki W., Polechoński R. and Górniak W. The Occurrence of Microplastic and the Formation of Biofilm by Pathogenic and Opportunistic Bacteria as a Threat in Aquaculture. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health (just accepted, IF = 4.614).
  10. Moniuszko, H.; Wojnarowski, K.; Cholewińska, P. Not Only Leptotrombidium spp. an Annotated Checklist of Chigger Mites (Actinotrichida: Trombiculidae) Associated with Bacterial Pathogens. Pathogens 2022, 11, 1084.  (IF=4.531)



  1. Cholewińska P., Smoliński J., Czyż K. Assessment of the level of selected bacterial phyla in two breeds of sheep. 9th Congress of the Society for Reproductive Biology 2021.
  2. Cholewińska P., N. Szeligowska, J. Smoliński, P. Nazar, A. Junkuszew. Assessment of the Level of Selected Bacterial Groups in The Faeces of Three Breeds of Sheep, 3rd International World of Microbiome Conference, Vienna, Austria 28-30 April 2022
  3. Streb L., Cholewinska P., Gschwendtner S., Schloter M. Consequences of antimicrobials and antiparasitics administration in fish farming for aquatic ecosystems. Microbiome@HMGU, 12th May 2022, Helmholtz Zentrum München, Neuherberg Germany.
  4. Cholewinska P., Gschwendtner S., Streb L., Blank M., Geist J., Schloter M., The Gut Microbiome of Brown Trouts (Salmo Trutta) is Shaped by Age and Diet. EDAR 6, 22-27.09.2022 Goteborg, Sweden.