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I am a hematologist and internal medicine doctor working at the Medical University of Warsaw (on the picture with my son in 2012 and 2015)

In 2010 after I walked a big part of the Camino del Norte and met some amazing people I decided to start this page. The idea behing this was to put in one place the information I would like to share with many people: my patients, my students and other doctors.

Thanks for visiting and I hope that you will find some interesting things here.

If you think I could make this page better, or want to share anything with me please contact me.



Some of the things I do in life include:

Leading a patchwork family of Ola, Tymek i Zosia.

I am an Associate Professor at the Medical University of Warsaw and I teach great students here in Warsaw – and I wish great life and successful career path for all of them.

I am a passionate photographer, unfortunatelly I do not make that many new photos anymore. If you are interested in my photographs you can see some of them here


My professional C.V. includes:

2017 – Director of autologous transplant unit – introduction of the novel mobilization and transplantation protocol in multiple myeloma

2015 – Author of the first online mindmap based hematology textbook for hematologist (first in the world)

2015 – Board Certification in Hematology

2015 – Medical Expert for Sidly Care

2015 – Full certification as a JACIE inspector (first in Poland)

2014 – Director of the Laboratory of Stem Cell Bank, nOvum

2013 – Medical University of Warsaw

2012 – Supertalent in Polish Medicine – included among top 20 young doctors in country

2012 – Medical Director, Stem Cell Donors Centre, Medical University of Warsaw

2011 – 2012 University of Heidelberg, Germany, Bone Marrow Transplantation Unit

2006-2011 Bone Marrow Transplantation Unit, Department of Hematology Medical University of Warsaw

2002-2011 Medical University of Warsaw

2010 Board Certified in Internal Medicine

2005 Promotion to Dr. med. (Doktor der Medizin) “Summa cum laude” at the Charité, Berlin (Nostrificated at Medical University of Warsaw)

2003 Masters Degree in Molecular Biology – University of Warsaw

2002-2004 Doctoral Studies at the Charité, Berlin, Germany

2001 M.D. – Medical University of Warsaw

Current clinical interest:

Novem stem cell mobilization protocols

Immune tolerance of organs after transplantation

Autologous transplantation in multiple myeloma

Use of modern technology in patient care

Targeting Zero Catheter Associated Infections

Reduction of the blood products use in patients

Bone marrow transplantation for autoimmune diseases including:

Bone marrow transplantation for the treatment of diabetes type 1 , including collaboration with Harvard on this study: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24947362

Studies on pregnancy and fertility after HSCT for autoimmune diseases

Developing less painful bone marrow procedures: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23224244




The pictures used as background were used from WIKIMEDIA under the appropriate licenses. The links to the original works and authors credits can be found here:






2 Responses to ABOUT AUTHOR

  1. I read your paper on reduced pain during bone marrow procedures. Can you provide information for those of us in the United States on which Centers or Doctors are known for painless or reduced pain procedures? Is there a list of these Centers or Doctors? Who would you recommend in the United States? Would a trip to Warsaw be worth it to have you do the procedure? Would you mind contacting me for help on this? Thank you.

    • Sorry for late reply. I do believe that you should ask at the center who is the best when it comes to pain reduction during biopsy and have biopsy done by this person.

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