Tomasz Kowalczyk, Ph.D. D.Sc.(habilitation) B.Eng.
tel. (+ 48-22) 826-12-81 ext. 423
Tomasz Kowalczyk, BEng, PhD, is researcher with 10 years of experience in electrospinning of nanofibers. He is author or co-author of 21 papers in scope of applications of nanofibers in regenerative medicine, studies of electrospinning nanofibers and biodegradable polymers for biomedical applications. Cited: 168, h-index:7 (WoS; as for 2016.01). Dr Kowalczyk was an executor or main executor of 4 research projects dedicated to study process basis and biomedical applications of nanofibers. His research contributed to 4 patent applications on electrospun nanofibers formation and its applications in medicine.
Application of electrospun nanofibers as an isolation material to prevent lesions formation in the experimental model – rat (NN403 176939)
Application of electrospun nanofibrous mats as active wound dressing for prevention of post-accidental damage brain tissue (NR13-0081-10).
Innovative urine draining prosthesis for patients with urinary bladder cancer treated with minimum invasive urinary bladder oncological surgeries, IPPT PAN consortium part; STRATEGMED1/235368/8/ NCBR/2014
University of California, Berkeley, Haas School of Business (Top 500 Innovators – Science, Management, Commercialization)
Noszczyk, B H; Kowalczyk, T, Lyzniak, M, Zembrzycki K, Mikułowski G, Wysocki J, Kawiak J and Pojda Z. Biocompatibility of electrospun human albumin: a pilot study. Biofabrication 2015, 7 (1): 015011-1-11.
Kowalczyk T, Nowacki M, Bodnar M, Marszałek A, Pokrywczynska M, Frontczak-Baniewicz M, Kowalewski TA, Chłosta P and Drewa T. Ureter regeneration—the proper scaffold has to be defined, PLOS One 2014, 9(8):106023.
Kowalczyk T,Nowicka A, Elbaum D and Kowalewski TA. Electrospinning of Bovine Serum Albumin. Optimization and the Use for Production of Biosensors. Biomacromolecules 2008, 9, 2087–2090