Rector and Vice-Rectors
Rector of the Medical University of Lublin
Profesor zwyczajny Andrzej Drop was born on July 26th 1950 in Kraśnik Lubelski, where he completed his primary and secondary school. He studied at the Faculty of Medicine at the Pomeranian Medical University in Szczecin. He obtained a medical degree in 1974. After completing postgraduate training he has been accepted for doctoral studies in the field of radiology at the Medical University of Lublin, which he finished in 1979. In 1980, for his doctoral thesis he received first award of the Polish Medical Society of Radiology (Prof. Witold Zawadowski Award). Since 1975, he has worked in the Department of Radiology PSK 4, advancing along with gaining further scientific and professional degrees.
Professor Drop earned specialization of the first and second degree in the field of general radiology in 1978 and 1982, both with honors. Since 2000, he is also a second degree specialist in the field of public health.
In 1997 he earned a postdoctoral degree for his dissertation entitled "The conventional dynamic Computer Assisted Tomography of liver lesions: study on the optimal protocol of contrast application."
He is a titular professor since 2005, director of the Department of Radiology with Telemedicine Laboratory since 1996 and head of the Department of Radiology and Nuclear Medicine in SPSK4 since 2010.
Between 1999 and 2005 he was Vice-Dean of the Faculty of Medicine in Lublin, and from 2005 to 2012 he acted as Vice-Rector for clinical affairs at the Medical University of Lublin.
The achievements of Professor Andrzej Drop include 429 scientific papers, including 120 articles and seven chapters in textbooks; he is also the co-author of two textbooks on radiology and x-ray anatomy. Impact Factor scoring is 35.113 and 1053.5 points Ministry of Science and Higher Education.
He is a supervisor of three master's theses and 6 completed doctoral dissertations. He was a reviewer of 7 postdoctoral dissertations and 35 doctoral dissertations. Five times he supervised the procedure of the award of the title of professor.
For 13 years he acted as Regional Consultant in the field of radiology in the former Tarnobrzeg province and in 1999 he took the office of Regional Consultant for the Radiology in Lublin province.
He was also repeatedly the head of specialization in the field of radiology.
He is a member of the Committee of Medical Physics, Radiobiology and Imaging Diagnostic of Polish Academy of Sciences.
In the years 1979-1989 he acted for two terms as Secretary of the Department of the Lublin Polish Medical Society of Radiology (PLPTR). Since 1993, for the two terms he acted as Chairman of this Department. From 2001 to 2005, he acted as vice-chairman of the Central PLTR.
Currently he has been elected to the Executive Board of Polish Medical Radiological Society, for the term 2013-2016. He has frequently participated in international conferences and congresses, including Vienna, Chicago, Nuremberg, Graz, Munich, Budapest and trainings organized by foreign international Radiological Society. He is also a member of the European Society of Radiology. He co-founded the program of specialization in radiology and diagnostic imaging.
He co-founded the Polish School of Radiology, where he is a lecturer and member of the Polish School of Magnetic Resonance, as well as an activist of Radiology Accreditation Committee at the Ministry of Health.
In March 2012 he was elected the Rector of the Medical University of Lublin.
Vice-Rector for Scientific Affairs
Profesor zwyczajny Dariusz Matosiuk graduated from the Faculty of Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry at the University of Marie Curie-Skłodowska in Lublin, major Chemistry (March 1982). In the same year (June 1982) he undertook job in the Department of Synthesis and Chemical Technology of Medicines at the Department of Pharmacy, Medical University of Lublin. He is associated with this university all the time, successively passing steps of professional and scientific promotion. He earned his PhD in 1991 and received habilitation in 2003. He was awarded with the title of professor of pharmaceutical sciences in 2013. Since 1996 he is the Head of the Department of Synthesis and Chemical Technology of Medicines.
His professional interests include the synthesis and design of drugs, especially drugs active in the central nervous system, anti-cancer and anti-viral drugs.
Three times he was awarded with the scientific prize of the Minister of Health for research achievements. He authored or co-authored more than 70 scientific papers, 35 patents and patent applications, 10 book chapters and 225 congress reports (lectures, oral presentations and posters).
Vice-Rector for Educational Affairs
Barbara Jodłowska-Jędrych comes from Rzeszow, where she completed Stanisław Konarski High School. Graduated from the Faculty of Medicine at the Medical University of Lublin.
She held postgraduate training at the State Hospital No. 4 in Lublin, and then started job as an assistant in the Department of Pathology of Pregnancy and Childbirth.
She specialized in the field of gynecology and obstetrics.
Since 1987 she has been employed in the Department of Histology and Embryology with the Laboratory of Experimental Cytology, at the Medical University of Lublin. Since 2008 she has acted as the head of this department.
She earned the degree of Doctor of Medicine in 1992, and doctor habilitated in 2008.
From September 1, 2012 she acts as Vice-Rector for Education.
Her professional interests include issues of molecular biology and human embryonic development.
She is the author and co-author of 176 publications and congress reports and supervisor of six completed doctoral dissertations.
Vice-Rector for Clinical Affairs
Prof. Zwyczajny Mirosław Jabłoński was born in Lublin in doctor’s family. As a graduate of the Faculty of Medicine of the local Academy of Medicine since 1977 is associated with the Clinic of Orthopedics. He earned a doctoral degree in 1981, habilitation – in 2002, and the title of professor of medicine – in 2012. Currently he is the Head of the Department and Clinic of Rehabilitation and Orthopedics. In the years 2005-2012 he acted as Dean of the II Faculty of Medicine with English Division, and from 2012 he is Vice-Rector for Clinical Affairs.
His scientific and clinical interests concern two main strands of research:
- assessment of hip and knee joints arthroplasty for clinical and rehabilitation, their effectiveness and associated risks,
- osteoporosis, bone tissue changes in various clinical situations, and in animal models.
The scientific achievements of Professor add up to 288 works, including 154 full publications with a combined ratio of IF 63,723, scoring of Ministry of Higher Education 881 and interior scoring – 171. He earned first degree specialization in orthopedics and second degree specialization in traumatology, in the field of trauma surgery and specialization in the field of medical rehabilitation. He participated in numerous trainings and courses domestic and foreign, including Switzerland, Germany, Austria, the UK and the USA.
Promoted four doctors of medicine and was the supervisor of one habilitation thesis supervisor. He managed the specialization of 7 people.
From 1997 to 2001, he acted as Vice-Chairman of the Lublin Department of the Polish Society of Orthopedics and Traumatology, whereas from 2007 to 2008 he acted as the Chairman of this Department. From 2004 to 2008, he was the National Delegate to the EFORT, and thus a member of the executive board of the Polish Society of Orthopedics and Traumatology. Since 2006 he acts as the Chairman of the Section of Metabolic Diseases of Bones and Joints in Polish Society of Orthopedics and Traumatology.
For the didactic work he received rector’s award of second degree (1986), for scientific achievements he received team rector’s award of second degree (1994) and he also received the rector’s award (2002).
In 1996 he received the Silver Cross of Merit, in 2004, the Gold Cross of Merit, and in 2008 – Medal of the National Education Commission.
Vice-Rector for International Relations and Postgraduate Education
prof. dr hab. n. med.
Profesor Hanna Trębacz was born and raised in Lublin. She graduated High School No. 5 in Lublin and the Faculty of Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry at the University of Marie Curie-Skłodowska, where she earned her master's degree in the Department of Biophysics, Institute of Physics, UMCS.
From 1981 to 1987 she worked in the Department of Physics of the Agricultural Academy in Lublin. Since 1987 she has been employed in the Department of Biophysics at the Medical University of Lublin. In 1993, she earned a medical doctor degree in the field of medical biology. In the years 1996-1997 she took a one year scholarship at the University of Padua. In 2007 she earned her doctor habilitated degree in the field of medical biology. In the years 2008-2012 she was vice-dean of the II Faculty of Medicine with English Division, and from 2012 she acts as Vice-Rector for International Relations and Postgraduate Education.
Her academic achievements include 52 full works, of which 50 are original experimental work published in peer-reviewed journals both foreign and domestic.
Her scientific interests are mainly focused on issues concerning the use of physical measurement methods in the study of bones, as well as the collagen in bone tissues and other tissues of the musculoskeletal system.
Since 1987, she has taught classes in biophysics with students from all faculties of the University, and since 1995 she also has taught English-speaking students from the English Division. She is a supervisor of 3 initiated doctoral conferment procedures.
In the years 2007-2011 Member of Biomechanics Section of the Mechanics Committee of the Department of Technical Sciences of the Polish Academy of Sciences.
In the years 2008-2011 Chairman of the Lublin Department of the Biophysical Society.
In the years 2010-2013 – Vice Chairman of the Polish Biophysical Society.
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