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Medical University of Gdansk (Poland)

Medical University of Gdansk (Poland)

Maciej GRZYBEK (coordinator)

Parasitologist, associate professor; Department of Tropical Parasitology, Institute of Maritime and Tropical Medicine, Medical University of Gdansk;


Maciej Grzybek studies intrinsic and extrinsic factors that affect host-parasite interactions in rodents. He focuses on long-term data analysis of both micro- and macroparasites surveillance. Maciej has a strong scientific background in parasitology and veterinary parasitology. His interests include rodent-borne diseases, emerging zoonotic diseases and vector-borne diseases. He coordinates PolVole Project - long term biomonitoring of bank voles from N.E. Poland.



Biotechnologist ; associate professor


Anna is a biotechnologist specialized in molecular methods for parasite detection and diagnostics. She focuses in particular on environmental studies of parasites and ticks. She conducts epidemiological studies of various populations including military environment, children, Africa, and Middle East in terms of infections caused by intestinal protozoan parasites. Additionally, she is interested in improvement of diagnostics of emerging parasitic diseases, food and water-borne diseases and neglected tropical diseases. She has participated and coordinated  several projects in cooperation with national and foreign scientific units. In her work, she base mainly on set of different molecular techniques, apart from classical diagnostic methods.


Joanna Nowicka


Joanna Nowicka

Monica Szulc


Monika Szulc