T PThis is my personal website, and I write about all sorts of stuff here. I am a professor and Head of two departments at the Medical University of Lodz, Poland - the Department of Pharmaceutical Microbiology and the Biochemistry and Department of Biomedical Materials Analysis, in MOLecoLAB - Center for Molecular Research of Civilization Diseases. I am also a professor at the Biohazard Prevention Centre at the Faculty of Biology and Environmental Protection, University of Lodz.

As a professor, I have dedicated my career to exploring the complexities of molecular biology and medicinal chemistry. My work has taken me to the forefront of research, where I have examined the genetics of Gram-positive soil bacteria, DNA damage, and the impact of genetic variability on human diseases. Furthermore, I have studied multiple aspects of the tryptophan metabolism pathway on inflammatory diseases of the human gastrointestinal tract, molecular bioinformatics related to the construction of DNA automatons, and the biological properties of novel thiosugars.

But my passion extends beyond the lab - I have also sought to apply my findings to real-world problems collaborating with the local business community mostly in microbiology and biotechnology. Through my work, I hope to inspire others to pursue their own passions and make a meaningful impact in their fields.

I’m not just an biomedical scientist. I’m a real person with varied interests.

  • I love to read – epic fantasy, sci-fiction, crimal stories
  • I like pneumatic shooting
  • I ride a bike and walk to do thing