The founder of the femimea center for gynecology and obsterics
He has been working as a doctor at the Gynaecology and Obstetrics Clinic of the Medical University in Wrocław for 13 years. He is lecturer, diagnoses and treats patients, receives deliveries and performs caesarean section. He takes part at international conferences and obtains certificates from European courses. He believes that academic knowledge should be supported by the latest discoveries in the medical world. He says openly that friendly, specific communication is part of effective diagnosis and timely treatment.
- In 2005 he graduated from the Faculty of Medicine at the Medical Academy.
- Since 2008, he has been a researcher at the Gynaecology and Obstetrics Clinic of the Medical University in Wrocław.
- In 2017 he defended his doctorate.
- In 2018 he passed a specialization in obstetrics and gynaecology.
- Has completed numerous courses on foetal ultrasound diagnostics, prenatal examinations. Has a certificate from the basic and advanced course in the field of breast ultrasound.
- He also completed all levels of colposcopic diagnostics of cervical pathology, including the EFC-certified European exam.
„I’m interested in this field of medicine. I am curious about new products and innovations. I was dealing with innovations in medicine for a while and the desire to work with us of the latest technologies has remained. I’m often travel abroad, to watch others working. I have such a restless soul of a scientist and an innovator.
In addition to working with students and in the hospital, I am also researching on three technologies and comparing them with each other – ZedScan, an automatic algorithm for assessing cervical epithelium and staining with a new blue complex (which nobody in Poland does and only two places in Europe) . I study all, introduce it to the sheets and then consult results with the statistician. We are checking if it is better. I take part in conferences. I publish in reputable magazines. This is my substantive feature.
I am trying to gain knowledge and look for opportunities to treat patients even more modernly.”