Janina Kaczanowska, Polish cell biologist, educator. Professor, nominated by President of Poland, 1986. Recipient grant British Council, 1989-1991. Member Francophone Society Protozoologists (honorary), Society Development Biology (elected), Club of Catholic Intellectuals.
Kaczanowska, Janina was born on April 27, 1936 in Warsaw, Poland. Daughter of Antoni and Felicja (Wielowieyska) Dobrzanski.
Master of Science, Warsaw University, 1957. Doctor of Philosophy, Warsaw University, 1964. Habilitation docent, Warsaw University, 1974.
Assistant Warsaw University, 1957-1964, researcher, 1964-1976, docent in cell biology, 1976-1986, professor cell biology, since 1986. Vice president Polish section European Cell Biology Organization (ECBO), 1991-1996. Visiting professor molecular biology National Center for Science Research (National Center for Scientific Research), Paris U 11, 1995.
Member council Mencki Institute, vice president, 1992-1995.
Professor, nominated by President of Poland, 1986.
Co-author: (manual) Molecular Biology, (in Polish) 1980 (Polish Society Genetics award 1981). Contributor articles to professional journals.
Member Francophone Society Protozoologists (honorary), Society Development Biology (elected), Club of Catholic Intellectuals.
Married Andrzej Kaczanowski, July 15, 1962. Children: Jan, Szymon.
Felicja (Wielowieyska) Dobrzanski