DVM Krzysztof Adamczyk. In 2017 he graduated from the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine at the Warsaw University of Life Sciences, since three years he is interested in diseases of pigeons. Within the framework of the Scientific Circle of Veterinary Students he deals with the molecular diagnostics of viral pigeon diseases. He is the author of several reports on the Symposia Students Scientific Circles. His thesis entitled “The Use of PCR and LAMP in Molecular Diagnostics of CoHV-1 Infection in Domestic Pigeons (Columba livia var. domestica)” was awarded at the XLIII Congress of Scientific Circles in Warsaw and took the third place at the Second International Conference of the Students of Veterinary Medicine in Warsaw. In 2017, he began PhD studies in which he deals with the epidemiology of pigeon virus diseases in Poland, and diagnostics with molecular biology methods of Staphylococcus agnetis, as potential factor causing the occurrence of lameness in hen broiler flocks.
MSc Daria Dziewulska, graduated from University of Warmia and Mazury in Olsztyn in 2010 with Master of Science in Biotechnology at Faculty Biology and Biotechnology. Senior scientific-technical specialist at Department of Poultry Diseases, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, University of Warmia and Mazury in Olsztyn. Widely understood molecular diagnostic of avian diseases is her area of expertise. The author of doctoral dissertation about the mechanisms of action of selected plant extracts as immunomodulators in clinically healthy pigeons and pigeons inoculated with the virus.
DVM Krzysztof Jażdżewski, Deputy Chief Veterinary Officer since July 2014. Coordinates the activities of the Chief Veterinary Officer in matters of animal health and international cooperation. Defines the tasks to be carried out and supervises their implementation in matters covered by the scope of operation of the Bureau of Health and Animal Protection as well as the Office for European Union Affairs and International Cooperation. He develops plans for combating infectious animal diseases including high pathogenic avian influenza. For many years, working in very responsible positions in the Chief Veterinary Inspectorate, Dr. Jażdżewski has vast practical experience in this field.| | | Next → |
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