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Karol Chmielowski

Karol Chmielowski was Polish neurologist. Recipient Emergency Force in the Service of Peace medal, United Nations, 1978. Member of Science Council of Radioisotope Center, Science Council in Central Clinical Hospital of Military Medical Academy, Polish Association of Nuclear Medicine (board member 1982—2005).

Background

  • Chmielowski, Karol was born on May 4, 1935 in Ulanów, Poland. Son of Jan Chmielowski and Aniela Chmielowska.

  • Education

    • Doctor, Military Medical Academy, 1963. Master of Neurology, Military Medical Academy, 1975. Master of Nuclear Medicine, Military Medical Academy, 1981.

    Career

    • Physician Military Base, Warsaw, 1964—1972. Assistant neurologist Military Institute of Higiene and Epidemiology, 1972—1974. Assistant, senior lecturer Central Clinical Hospital of Military Medical Academy, 1975—2003, assistant professor, 1975—2003.

      Assistant, professor Military Medical Institute, 2004—2005. Colonel Medical Service, 1955-1996, Poland.

    Religion

    Denomination: Roman Catholic

    Membership

    Member of Science Council of Radioisotope Center, Science Council in Central Clinical Hospital of Military Medical Academy, Polish Association of Nuclear Medicine (board member 1982—2005).

    Personality

    Interests

    Opera, classical music, travel.

    Connections

    • Married Jolanta Grazyna Michalczuk, June 13, 1964. Children: Joanna Ewa Chmielowska-Rumpel, Monika Galbarczyk.
    • father: Jan Chmielowski
    • mother: Aniela Chmielowska
    • spouse: Jolanta Grazyna Michalczuk
    • children: Joanna Ewa Chmielowska-Rumpel Chmielowski
    • Monika Galbarczyk Chmielowski
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    Born May 4, 1935
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    • 1963
      Military Medical Academy
    • 1975
      Military Medical Academy
    • 1981
      Military Medical Academy
    • 1964 - 1972
      Physician, Military Base
      Warsaw, North Carolina, United States
    • 1972 - 1974
      assistant, neurologist Military Institute of Higiene and Epidemiology
    • 2004 - 2005
      assistant, Military Medical Institute
    • 2004 - 2005
      professor, Military Medical Institute
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