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Rector
Professor Ryszard Górecki

rektor główny

Ryszard J. Górecki, Professor

Rector of the University of Warmia and Mazury in Olsztyn

 

 

Phone: +48 89 5233330
Fax: +48 89 523 44 56
Email: rektor@uwm.edu.pl

EDUCATION

1965-1970High School (Technical College of Food Industry), Toruń, Poland
1970-1975University of Agriculture and Technology, Olsztyn, Poland. Received a Master of Science and engineer degree of the highest honors

 

SCIENTIFIC DEGREE AND TITLE

The degree of doctor of agricultural sciences awarded by the Faculty Agronomy of the University of Agriculture and Technology in Olsztyn, Poland, in 1979, on the basis of the thesis entitled: "Physiological and biochemical properties of maternally different seeds of pea, faba bean and yellow lupine". The degree of doctor habilitated of agronomy (specialization of plant physiology) awarded in 1986 on the basis of research and publication “Studies on the vigour of legume seeds”, Olsztyn, Poland. The title of professor of agricultural sciences (specialization in plant physiology). Issued by the Central Commission for Academic Degrees and Titles in Poland, 1993. Corresponding Member of the Polish Academy of Sciences since 2004.

 

ACADEMIC POSITIONS

1975-1976Assistant
1976-1979Senior Assistant
1979-1987Assistant Professor
1987-1997Associate Professor
1997-presentFull Professor

 

ACADEMIC ADMINISTRATION

1991-presentHead of the Department of Plant Physiology and Biotechnology
1996-1999Vice-Rector of the University of Agriculture and Technology, Olsztyn, Poland
1999-2008Rector of the University of Warmia and Mazury in Olsztyn, Poland
2008-2010Dean of the Faculty of Biology and Biotechnology at the University of Warmia and Mazury in Olsztyn Poland
2011-2012Vice-President of the Polish Academy of Sciences
2012-presentRector of the University of Warmia and Mazury in Olsztyn, Poland

 

POLITICAL AND SOCIAL ACTIVITIES

2005-2015Senator of the Republic of Poland
2007-2015Chairman of the Polish - Japanese Senate Group

 

RESEARCH FELLOWSHIPS

1983Cornell University, Ithaca, USA, 1 year
1988/89Tohoku University, Sendai (MIF), Japan, 6 months
1990Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology, Japan (JSPS), 7 months
1992Institute of Genetic Engineering, Trieste, Italy, 1 month
1994/95Cornell University, Ithaca, USA, 6 months
1995John Innes Centre, Norwich, Great Britain, 1 month

 

TEACHING EXPERIENCE:

  • undergraduate and master teaching  - plant physiology, plant biochemistry, seed biology
  • lectures on PhD studies – plant biotechnology
  • promoter of 8 doctoral dissertations

 

MAJOR RESEARCH INTEREST

Research interests in the first issue mainly comprise physiology and biochemistry of seeds in particular in the field of seed vigour. In recent  years research has focused on explaining the molecular basis of value in use of legume seeds with special emphasis on the role of raffinose family oligosacharides and galactosyl cyclitols. Carried out research also apply to plant biotechnology in particular molecular seed biology.

 

PUBLICATIONS

  1. 125 publications in scientific journals
  2. Co-author of 6 books
  3. List of selected publications:
    • Górecki R.J., Harman G.E., Mattick L.R. 1985. The volatile exudates from germinating pea seeds of different viability and vigor. Can. J. Bot. 63: 1035-1039.
    • Obendorf R.L., Koch J.L., Górecki R.J., Amable R.A. and Aveni M.T. 1990. Methanol accumulation in maturing seeds. J. Exp. Bot. 41 (225): 489-495.
    • Górecki R.J., Ashino H., Satoh S., and Esashi Y. 1991. Ethylene production in cocklebur seeds of differing vigour. J. Exp. Bot. 42 (236): 407-414
    • Sato Y., Sugiyama M., Górecki R.J., Fukuda H., Komamine A., 1993. Interrelationship  between lignin deposition and the activities of peroxidase  isoenzymes in differentiating tracheary elements of Zinnia. Analysis using L-a  aminooxy-b-phenylpropionic acid and 2-aminoindan-2-phosphonic acid. Planta 189:  584-589.
    • Esashi Y., Ogasawara M., Górecki R.J., Leopold A.C. 1993. Possible mechanism of afterripening in Xanthium seeds. Physiol. Plant. 87:  359-364.
    • Górecki R.J., Piotrowicz-Cieślak A., and Obendorf R.L. 1997. Soluble sugars  and oligosaccharides in maturing yellow lupin (Lupinus luteus  L.) seeds. Seed Science Research 7: 185-193.
    • Peterbauer P., Lahuta L., Blöchl, Mucha J., Hedley C.L., Górecki R.J. and  Richter A. 2001. Analysis of Raffinose family oligosaccharide pathway in pea seeds with contrasting carbohydrate composition. Plant Physiol. 127(4): 1764-1772.
    • Giełwanowska I., Szczuka E., Bednara J., Górecki R.J.  2005. Anatomic features and ultrastructure of Deschampsia antarctica (Poaceae) leaves from different growing habitats. Annals of Botany 96: 1109-1119.
    • Lahuta L. B., Święcicki W., Dzik T., Górecki R.J., Horbowicz M. 2010. Feeding stem-leaf-pod explants of pea (Pisum sativum L.) with D-chiro-inositol or D-pinitol modifies composition of α-D-galactosides in developing seeds. Seed Science Research 20(4):213-221.
    • Martínez-Andújar C., Wioletta E. Pluskota, George W. Bassel, Masashi Asahina,  Piotr Pupel, Theresa T. Nguyen, Noriko Takeda-Kamiya, David Toubiana, Bing Bai, Ryszard J. Górecki, 2012. Aaron Fait, Shinjiro Yamaguchi and Hiroyuki Nonogaki. Mechanisms of hormonal regulation of endosperm cap-specific gene expression in tomato seeds.  The Plant Journal ,71 (4): 575-586.
    • Ralph L. Obendorf, Ryszard J. Górecki, 2012. Soluble carbohydrates in legume seeds. Seed Science Research, 22(4): 219-242.
      Okorska L.,  Michalczyk D., Okorski A., Piotrowicz-Cieślak A.,  Pupel P.  Głowacka K., Jagielska T., Górecki R., 2014. Variability of PSPAL1 (phenylalanine ammonia-lyase gene-1) proximal promoter sequence and expression in pea challenged with Mycosphaerella pinodes. Czech J. Genet. Plant Breed., 50 (2014): 163-170.

 

HONORS AND AWARDS

The Second Degree Award of the Ministry of Education for the habilitation thesis

The First Degree Individual Award of the Ministry of Education for organizational achievements from 2000 to 2007

Gold Cross of Merit

Knight's Cross of the Order of Polonia Restituta

Medal of the National Education Commission

Order of the Rising Sun, Gold and Silver Star

 

Vice-Rector for Development of Education and Student Affairs
Professor Jerzy Andrzej Przyborowski

Professor Jerzy Andrzej Przyborowski, doctor habilitated - Agricultural Sciences
Professor Przyborowski was born on 26 September 1964 in Łasin, , Kujawy and Pomerania Region. He graduated from the University of Agriculture and Technology in Olsztyn in 1988. He received his PhD in 1992 and the degree of doctor habilitated in 2004.

Experience: Shortly before graduating, he was employed by the Agricultural Advisory Center of the Institute for Education in Agriculture at the University of Agriculture and Technology in Olsztyn. In February 1989, he assumed the post of assistant trainee at the Genetics and Seed Production Unit of the Department of Plant Breeding and Seed Production. In April 1989, he became enrolled in a doctoral program in biotechnology at the Department of Plant Genetics, Breeding and Biotechnology at the Warsaw University of Life Sciences. In 1992, he joined the Department of Plant Breeding and Seed Production at the Faculty of Environmental Management and Agriculture of the University of Warmia and Mazury in Olsztyn, initially as an assistant lecturer and, subsequently, as a lecturer.
Professor Przyborowski currently lectures at the Department of Plant Breeding and Seed Production. He heads the Interdepartmental Plant Biotechnology Laboratory at the Faculty of Environmental Management and Agriculture.

Research: crop plant biotechnology (molecular genetics and in vitro plant cultures) and plant breeding.

Publications: Professor Przyborowski is the author of 41 original research papers and 23 short communications. He has co-authored one book, two lecture scripts and eight utility models - Salix spp. varieties. 44 citations in the SCOPUS database, h-index (Hirsch index) - 4. Professor Przyborowski has supervised more than ten Master's and Engineer's degree students. He is currently supervising three PhD students.

Member of several scientific associations.

Awards and distinctions: Bronze Cross of Merit, Team Award of Zielony Feniks Foundation for scientific and research achievements in sustainable energy engineering, eight awards granted by the Rector of UWM.

Interests: Classical music, film, theater, hiking.

Contact:

Telephone: +48 89 523 33 12, +48 89 523 33 60

Vice-Rector for Development and Financial Policy
Professor Mirosław Gornowicz

Professor Mirosław Gornowicz, doctor habilitated - Economic Sciences
Professor Gornowicz was born on 13 June 1954 in Czersk, Pomerania Region. He graduated from the University of Agriculture and Technology in Olsztyn in 1979. He received his PhD in 1983 and the degree of doctor habilitated in 2004.

Experience: After graduation, he took the post of assistant and, later, senior assistant at the Institute of Agricultural Economics and Organization of the Agricultural University in Cracow. He received his PhD from the University of Warmia and Mazury in Olsztyn where he assumed the post of lecturer in 1983. He was a lecturer at the Department of Food Industry Economics and the Department of Microeconomics until 2006. In the 1990s, Professor Gornowicz participated in several medium- and short-term internships in Germany, Denmark and Switzerland. In 2005, he became the head of the Department of Microeconomics, and he was awarded the title of Associate Professor a year later. In 2002-2008, he was the Associate Dean for Part-Time Studies, and in 2008-2012, he was the Dean of the Faculty of Economics. Professor Gornowicz was a member of the university's senate committees for education, development and budget policy. He has been a member of the UWM Senate since 2005.

Research: Operating costs, profitability and performance of food processing enterprises, competitiveness of Polish agricultural and food producers on European and global markets.

Publications: Professor Gornowicz is the author of around 150 publications, including 70 original research papers, three monographs, 65 conference abstracts and 12 popular science publications. He has supervised two PhD students and reviewed six doctoral dissertations.

Membership: Long-term Treasurer and Board Member of the Olsztyn Branch of the Scientific Society for Organization and Management, member of the Polish Economic Society, the Committee of Agricultural Economics and Rural Development of the Polish Academy of Sciences, the Advisory and Program Committee of the National Cooperative Council, policy and research councils of scientific journals. He has chaired the Budget and Financial Committee of the Olsztyn City Council since 2006.

Awards and distinctions: More than ten awards granted by the rectors of the University of Agriculture and Technology in Olsztyn and the University of Warmia and Mazury in Olsztyn.

Interests: Sports.

Contact:

Telephone: +48 89 524 51 44, +48 89 523 44 07

Fax: +48 89 523 44 56

Vice-Rector for Research
Professor Jerzy Jaroszewski

Professor Jerzy Jaroszewski

Professor Jerzy Jaroszewski - Veterinary Science

Born on 6 June 1964 in Brodnica, Kujawsko-Pomorskie Voivodship. Graduated from ART in Olsztyn in 1989. Doctorate – 1993, habilitation – 2004. Professor of Veterinary Sciences since 2010.

Contact details:
Tel. no.: +48 89 523 35 67, +48 89 523 34 60
Email address: jerzyj@uwm.edu.pl

EDUCATION
1979-1983 - General Secondary School in Brodnica
1983-1989 - University of Agriculture and Technology in Olsztyn. Diploma of a veterinary doctor

SCIENTIFIC DEGREES AND TITLES

The degree of Doctor of Veterinary Sciences conferred in 1993 by the Council of the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine of ART in Olsztyn based on the doctoral thesis entitled: “Wpływ oksytocyny i noradrenaliny we wczesnej fazie lutealnej na funkcję sekrecyjną jajnika oraz na długość cyklu rujowego u bydła [Effect of oxytocin and noradrenaline in the early luteal phase on the secretive function of an ovary and on the duration of an oestral cycle in cattle]”. The degree of doctor habilitated of veterinary sciences in pharmacology conferred in 2004 by the Council of the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine in Olsztyn was based on the habilitation dissertation entitled “Wpływ inhibitorów syntazy tlenku azotu i donorów tlenku azotu na funkcje wydzielniczą ciałka żółtego krowy [Effect of nitric oxide synthase inhibitors and nitric oxide donors on the secretory function of corpus luteum]”. The title of professor of veterinary sciences in pharmacology was conferred in 2010 by the Central Committee for Degrees and Titles

ACADEMIC POSITIONS

1989-1991assistantCentre for Agrotechnology and Veterinary Medicine of the Polish Academy of Sciences in Olsztyn
1991-1993senior assistantCentre for Agrotechnology and Veterinary Medicine of the Polish Academy of Sciences in Olsztyn
1993-1995lecturerCentre for Agrotechnology and Veterinary Medicine of the Polish Academy of Sciences in Olsztyn
1996-2005lecturerAR-T/UWM in Olsztyn
since 2005associate professorUWM in Olsztyn


ADMINISTRATIVE POSITIONS IN THE UNIVERSITY

1999-2005Acting Head of the Department of Pharmacology
2006-2010Head of Department of Pharmacology
since 2010Head of Department of Pharmacology and Toxicology
2005-2012Vice-Dean for Education Process, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, UWM in Olsztyn
since 2012Vice-Rector for Education Process, UWM in Olsztyn


SCIENTIFIC INTERNSHIPS

1989Pennington Biomedical Research Centre, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, USA; 3 months

Cornell University, Ithaca, USA; 3 months


TEACHING EXPERIENCE

  • baccalaureate studies – general pharmacology and chemotherapy
  • master degree studies – veterinary pharmacology, pharmaceutical biotechnology
  • supervisor of 5 dissertations


MAIN SCIENTIFIC INTERESTS


His main scientific interests include: pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics of antibacterial and anti-inflammatory drugs, immunopharmacology of anti-inflammatory drugs, the effect of bioactive substances on ovary secretory functions and the contractive function of smooth muscles, in silico analysis of veterinary drugs.

PUBLICATIONS

  1. 113 papers published in scientific periodicals, including 102 in JCR periodicals
  2. 124 reports at scientific conferences, both at home and abroad
  3. 1 chapter in a handbook in English
  4. Selected publications:
    - Jaroszewski J, Kotwica J (1994) Reduction of ovarian oxytocin content from early luteal phase does not affect the corpus luteum secretory function in cattle. Reproduction Nutrition and Development (now Animal) 34:175-182
    - Jaroszewski JJ, Hansel W (2000) Intraluteal administration of a nitric oxide synthase blocker stimulates progesterone and oxytocin secretion and prolongs the life span of the bovine corpus luteum. Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine (currently Experimental Biology and Medicine) 224:50-55.
    - Jaroszewski JJ, Skarzynski DJ, Blair RM, Hansel W (2003) Influence of nitric oxide on the secretory function of the bovine corpus luteum: dependence on cell composition and cell-to-cell communication. Experimental Biology and Medicine 228:741-748.
    - Jaroszewski JJ, Bogacki M, Skarzynski DJ (2003) Progesterone production in bovine luteal cells treated with drugs that modulate nitric oxide production. Reproduction 125:389-395.
    - Skarzynski DJ, Jaroszewski JJ, Bah MM, Deptula KM, Barszczewska B, Gawronska B, Hansel W (2003) Administration of a nitric oxide synthase inhibitor counteracts prostaglandin F2a-induced luteolysis in cattle. Biology of Reproduction 68:1674-1681.
    - Jaroszewski JJ, Skarzynski DJ, Hansel W (2003) Nitric oxide as a local mediator of prostaglandin F2a-induced regression in bovine corpus luteum: an in vivo study. Experimental Biology and Medicine 228:1057-1062.
    - Grabowski T, Jaroszewski JJ (2009) Bioavailability of veterinary drugs in vivo and in silico. Journal of Veterinary Pharmacology and Therapeutics 32:249-257.
    - Maślanka T, Jaroszewski JJ. (2012) In vitro effects of dexamethasone on bovine CD25+CD4+ and CD25-CD4+ cells. Research in Veterinary Science 93(3):1367-79.
    - Maślanka T, Jaroszewski JJ (2013) In vitro studies on the influence of dexamethasone and meloxicam on bovine WC1+ γδ T cells. Veterinary Immunology and Immunopathology 151(3-4):248-62.
    - Grabowski T, Jaroszewski JJ, Gad SC, Feder M (2014) Relationship between drug structure and minimal inhibitory concentration value used for acceptable daily intake analysis. International Journal of Toxicology 33(6):490-497.
    - Ziółkowski H, Grabowski T, Jasiecka A, Zuśka-Prot M, Barski D, Jaroszewski JJ (2015) Pharmacokinetics of oxytetracycline in broiler chickens following different routes of administration. The Veterinary Journal 208:96-98.
    - Ziółkowski H, Jasiecka A, Zuśka-Prot M, Przybysz J, Grabowski T, Jaroszewski JJ (2016) Metal ion-oxytetracycline pharmacokinetic interactions after oral co-administration in broiler chickens. Poultry Science 95(8):1927-1933.


AWARDS AND DISTINCTIONS

  • An individual award granted by the Minister of National Education and Sport
  • A scholarship from the Foundation for Polish Science
  • Numerous awards granted by Rector of UWM
  • Awards from the Polish Association of Veterinary Science
  • An awards for Young Scientific Researchers from the Polish Physiological Association
  • Silver and Gold Cross of Merit
  • A badge “Merito pro Societatae” granted for outstanding services to the Polish Association of Veterinary Science

INTERESTS: angling

Vice-Rector for Human Resources
Professor Grzegorz Białuński

Professor Grzegorz Białuński, doctor habilitated - Humanities
Professor Białuński was born on 2 April 1967 in Giżycko. In 1990, he graduated from the Faculty of History at the Nicolaus Copernicus University in Toruń. He received his PhD in 1996 and the degree of doctor habilitated in 2002 at the Nicolaus Copernicus University in Toruń. He was awarded the title of Professor of Humanities in 2012.

Experience: after graduation, Professor Białuński worked as a history teacher, including in Giżycko. Having obtained his PhD degree, he assumed the post of lecturer at Wojciech Kętrzyński Center for Scientific Research in Olsztyn. Associate Professor at the Institute of History and International Relations at the University of Warmia and Mazury in Olsztyn since 2004, head of the Department of Baltic Sea Region History since 2010. In 1999-2010, Professor Białuński lectured at the Private School of Higher Vocational Education in Giżycko (associate professor, head of the Department of Tourism and Recreation from 2001 to 2006).

Research: settlement in Masuria, Teutonic Prussia, Ducal Prussia, Medieval and modern history of Prussia. His recent research interests focus on the disappearance of the (Old) Prussian population, in particular the rise and assimilation of knight dynasties of Prussian origin.

Publications: Professor Białuński is the author of more than 230 research articles, editorial works and reviews, including nine books. He has supervised two PhD students.

Membership: Wojciech Kętrzyński Center for Scientific Research in Olsztyn (Board Member and Vice-President of the History Committee), Pruthenia Association (Board Member), Verein für Familienforschung für Ost- und Westpreussen, Hamburg.

Awards and distinctions: Silver Cross of Merit, two first prizes for academic excellence of the Wojciech Kętrzyński Center for Scientific Research in Olsztyn (1997 and 1999)

Interests: history, music.

Contact:

Telephone: +48 89 523 35 67, +48 89 523 37 96

Vice-Rector for the Medical Studies and Research
Professor Wojciech Maksymowicz

Professor Wojciech Maksymowicz – medical sciences

Born in 1955 in Włocławek, neurosurgeon, Professor of medical sciences. A graduate of the No. 1 Adam Mickiewicz Secondary School in Olsztyn and of the Medical University of Warsaw.

EDUCATION

1970-1974 - No. 1 Secondary School in Olsztyn
1974-1980 - Second Faculty of Medicine, Medical University of Warsaw, diploma no. 2.

SCIENTIFIC DEGREES AND TITLES

Doctorate 1988 – First Faculty of Medicine, Medical University in Warsaw. Dissertation entitled Treating trigeminal neuralgia by administering glycerol to trigeminal cistern.
Habilitation 1994 – First Faculty of Medicine, Medical University in Warsaw. Dissertation entitled Diagnostics and treatment of normal pressure hydrocephalus.
Scientific title of professor – 2006

POST-GRADUATE COURSES AND SCHOLARSHIPS

European Course of Neurosurgery – (Wrocław, Amsterdam, Rostock, Saragossa, Jerusalem) 1988-1992 completed with an exam passed in Jerusalem in 1992.
Scholarship from the British Council and a Scholarship from the University of Southampton – 1990.
European Forum of Health Care System Reform – Brussels 1991.
A course (completed with an examination) for candidates for members of supervisory boards of state-owned companies 1999
2nd degree specialisation in neurosurgery 1986.

PROFESSIONAL CAREER

from 2006MemberMinister of Health’s Scientific Board
2006-2007Deputy ChairmanCommittee for Fight Against Doping in Sport
1998-2007Head of the Neurosurgery ClinicCentral Hospital of the Ministry of Internal Affairs
2006-2008Deputy Chairman of the Supervisory BoardUzdrowisko Konstancie sp. z o.o
2000-2002Member of the Supervisory BoardUzdrowisko Świnoujście S.A.
1997-1999MemberCommittee for Scientific Research
1997-1999MinisterMinistry of Health and Social Welfare
1997-1999Senior LecturerClinic of Otolaryngology at the Institute of Dentistry of the Medical University of Warsaw
1995-1997Chief Editor"Gazeta Lekarska"
1997-1998Consultant NeurosurgeonCentre for Oncology – Maria Skłodowska-Curie Institute
1992-1995Senior AssistantRegional Hospital in Olsztyn, Neurosurgery Ward
1980-1992Assistant, Junior
Assistant, Senior
Assistant, lecturer
Clinic of Neurosurgery of the Medical University of Warsaw

 

ADMINISTRATIVE POSTS AT THE UNIVERSITY

  • Vice-Rector of the UWM for Medical Studies and Research since 2016.
  • Rector’s Representative for Medicine Development – since 2012.
  • Head of Laboratory of Stem Cells Research – since 2010.
  • Head of Neurosurgery Clinic – since 2008.
  • Head of Department of Neurology and Neurosurgery – since 2008.
  • Dean of Faculty of Medical Sciences – 2007-2016
  • Professor - since 2011.
  • Associate Professor – 2005-2011

WORK FOR THE MEDICAL COMMUNITY

  • Chamber of Physicians
  • Secretary to the Chamber of Physicians 1889-1992
  • Secretary to the Regional Chamber of Physicians in Olsztyn 1993-1995
  • Polish Neurosurgeons’ Association
  • Association for Assistance to Victims of Road Accidents and Collisions
  • Catholic Physicians’ Association

MAIN ACHIEVEMENTS

  • Patent application as co-inventor for an invention entitled “A device for measurement of the abduction and adduction force in human fingers” 2015.
  • Patent application as co-inventor for an invention entitled ”A device for determination of the moment of force of reaction of a foot in the ankle axis and a method for determination of the moment of force of reaction of a foot in the ankle axis” 2013.
  • Establishing a foundation for regeneration of nerve cells, 2013.
  • Coordination of the process of preparation and implementation of system transformations in healthcare in Poland in 1997-1999.
  • Establishing (from scratch) the structures of the Chamber of Physicians and Dentists, as secretary to the CPD during the first term.
  • Implementing modern procedures and expanding activities of the Neurosurgery Clinic at the Central Hospital of the Ministry of Internal Affairs in Warsaw (voted the best centre for treatment of brain tumours in the Wprost weekly’s 2004 and 2005 ranking; the Clinic also occupied one of the leading positions as a centre for treatment of discopathies and epilepsy).
  • Author of the handbook entitled “Rudiments of neurosurgery” PZWL 1999.
  • Establishing and running the laboratory of intracranial pressure measurement at the Neurosurgery Clinic of the Medical University of Warsaw 1987-1992.
  • Implementation of the method of epidural spinal stimulation for treatment of spasticity and lower limbs ischaemia and severe angina pectoris.
  • Implementation for use in Poland of percutaneous laser disk decompression (PLDD) as a “minimally invasive” treatment for lumbar disk herniation.
  • Implementation of the Morrell procedure (undercutting the motor cortex in eloquent brain) in treatment of drug-resistant epilepsy.

MANAGING RESEARCH TEAMS

Managing the research project financed by the Committee for Scientific Research (Ministry of Science) entitled Epidural spinal stimulation for treatment of severe angina pectoris (project number: 3PO5C02725)

DISTINCTIONS

  • Officer’s Cross of the Order of Polonia Restituta 2015
  • Cross of Freedom and Solidarity 2015
  • Gloria Medicinea 2015
  • Statuette of St. James in science granted by the City of Olsztyn 2015
  • Innovation Award Belgium 2013 (for research activity)
  • Gold Medal with Mention, Belgium 2013 (for scientific achievements)
  • An award for outstanding inventions in 2013
  • “Meritus Pro Medici” – a distinction granted by medical community, 2010
  • Gold Cross of Merit, 2009
  • “To the One with Great Merit” Polish Medical Association, 2006
  • “Doctor with Great Merit to Warmia and Mazury” – Regional Chamber of Physicians in Olsztyn, 2004
  • Silver Cross of Merit 1999
  • Medal of St. Jadwiga, the Queen (Collegium Medicum of the Jagiellonian University) 1999
  • A (joint) scientific prize granted by the Minister of Health and Social Welfare for a series of papers on sensory and motor innervation of the heart – 1992
  • A prize for the best scientific research work regarding normal pressure hydrocephalus at the ICP Congress – Rotterdam 1991
  • „Czerwona Kokardka” [“Red Ribbon”] – a distinction given by the National Centre for AIDS.

INTERESTS: painting