Magda Żelazowska-Sobczyk PhD is an assistant professor at the Institute of Specialized and Intercultural Communication, Faculty of Applied Linguistics at the University of Warsaw. She received her doctorate (2018) from the University of Warsaw for her PhD thesis: Polish and English medical case reports in confrontative framing, exemplified by otorhinolaryngological texts. She got her master degree in 2014 in specialised translation in Russian at the Faculty of Applied Linguistics and bachelor degree in 2009 in Russian language in the Higher School of Linguistics. Her research interests include: medical language (Polish, English, Russian) and communication in medicine, scientific writing, especially case reporting, and translation studies. She is also interested in ENT language and communication due to her professional collaboration with the Institute of Sensory Organs. She is a member of numerous scientific associations: Polish Association of Applied Linguistics, Polish Medical Writers Association, The British Association of Applied Linguistics, The Linguistics Association of Great Britain and Polish Society of Medical Communication. She is also an active member of national and international conferences, author and co-author of papers in scientific journals (since 2014). Moreover, she is a member of Editorial Board of the Journal of Hearing Science.