A graduate of biotechnology at the University of Wrocław (1992) and a Master of Business Administration at the WSB University in Poznan (2019). From 2013, an academic teacher at the University of Zielona Góra, in the years 2015-2019, the dean of the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences, from 2015, the head of the Department of Applied and Clinical Physiology at the Collegium Medicum of the University of Zielona Góra. Author of over 100 papers and scientific publications in medicine and health sciences, member of research teams and principal investigator in the research programs supported by polish or foreign grants, reviewer in many international journals. For years, she has been carrying out research projects in the field of exercise immunology and the use of immunomodulatory substances in physically active people, the impact of chronic inflammation on the functional performance of the older adults and the effectiveness of lifestyle exercise in reducing immunosenescence. Beneficiary of the residency grant of the Swiss National Science Foundation Lausanne and participant of the Individual Teaching Program for Teaching Staff Mobility at the University of Komotini, International Visitors Council of Columbus at Franklin University. Member of the International Society of Exercise Immunology, European College of Sport Science, Inflammation Research Association, International Federation of Sports Medicine, Polish Society of Sports Medicine, Polish Society of Lipidology, associate editor of Biology of Sport, review editor of Frontiers of Physiology. Since 2013, vice-president for science of the Polish Society of Sports Medicine.
Academic teacher, physiotherapist. Full Professor of Medicine and Health Sciences (2020), post PhD thesis (2012). PhD degree (2006). Andrzej Czamara has been a practicing physiotherapist for over 30 years in sports physiotherapy.
Research focus: Physiotherapy in orthopaedic and sport traumatology. Functional evaluation and biomechanical assessment of physiotherapy procedures in orthopaedics and sports traumatology. Prof. Czamara has many years of experience in conducting physiotherapy after injuries of the musculoskeletal system in athletes at the level of national and international competitions. Link to selected publications in PubMed.
Contact: The College of Physiotherapy, T. Kościuszki 4 Street, 50-038 Wrocław, Poland, firstname.lastname@example.org Mobile phone: +48606246746.
Hubert Krysztofiak, MD, PhD, is a specialist in sports medicine and internal medicine. He is the director of the National Center for Sports Medicine and a professor at the Mossakowski Medical Research Institute, Polish Academy of Sciences; He works in the Clinical and Research Department of Applied Physiology.
Dr. Hubert Krysztofiak runs a medical practice in sports medicine; He takes care of athletes, especially athletes of the Olympic and Paralympic teams. The main area of his clinical and scientific interests is the physiology of exercise, the body's adaptation to exercise - in particular, the circulatory and respiratory systems, the impact of physical activity on health and quality of life, and the impact of diseases and injuries on the ability to exercise.
He is the Chairman of the Medical Commission of the Polish Olympic Committee. He is also the Chief Medical Officer for Polish Olympic Team, responsible for preparing the medical team for the Olympic Games and providing medical care during the Olympic Games.
Assistant Professor at the Department of Biochemistry and Pharmacogenomics, Warsaw Medical University. For 20 years (1994-2015) associated with the Institute of Sport in Warsaw (in 1996-2009 he was deputy head of the Department of Anti-Doping Research, and in 2009-2015 director of the Institute). He was a researcher at the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences of the University of Zielona Góra from 2015 to 2019. He is a scientific advisor of the Polish Anti-Doping Agency and an anti-doping expert at the National Centre for Sports Medicine. He is also a member of the Medical Commission of the Polish Olympic Committee and an anti-doping coordinator at the Polish Football Association. Author or co-author of more than 100 scientific publications, mainly on anti-doping issues and laboratory diagnostics used in monitoring the health and training effects of athletes.
Maciej Hess ( born on the 2nd of August, 1974)- MD, graduated from the University of Medical Science of Karol Marcinkowski in Poznan in 1999, he became a general surgery specialist in 2008, then he obtained the title of a sports medicine specialist in 2012; from 2002 to 2013 associated with Polish Handball Federation as an MD of the youth national team, then an MD of the national team; he worked in a hospital in Oborniki as a surgeon from 2008 to 2022; a medical director in the hospital in Oborniki from 2021 to 2022; since 2012 has had own practice „HessMed” in Oborniki; from 2019 to 2023 a chairman of Western Chapter of Polish Society of Sports Medicine; since 2022 he has been a member of a managment board of Polish Society of Sports Medicine