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Emilia Osiejuk LOjek

Emilia Osiejuk LOjek, Polish clinical neuropsychologist, researcher educator. Recipient grants British Council, Cambridge, England, 1990, European Community Foundation Trans-European Mobility Programme for University Studies, London, 1993, Ginsberg's Foundation, London, 1993. Member International Neuropsychol. Society, Polish Neurosci. Society, Polish Academy of Sciences (secretary neuropsychology committee since 1992).

Background

  • LOjek, Emilia Osiejuk was born on February 10, 1962 in Warsaw, Poland. Daughter of Piotr Osiejuk and Genewefa (Grazyna) Chelmicka.

  • Education

    • Master of Science, Warsaw U., 1986. Doctor of Philosophy in Clinical Neuropsychology, Warsaw U., 1992.

    Career

    • Assistant, faculty of psychology Warsaw University, 1986-1993. Visiting researcher National Hospital's College Speech Sciences, London, 1993. Tutor, faculty of psychology Warsaw University, since 1993.

      Head dispensary for aphasics, Academy Medicine Hospital Warsaw, 1994-1995, faculty of psychology Warsaw University, since 1988, initiator/organizer therapy for brain-damaged people, 1988 (University Warsaw Rector's award 1989).

    Works

    • Author: Discourse Issues in Cognitive Neuropsychology, (in Polish) 1994 (Rector's award 1994). Contributor articles to professional journals.

    Membership

    Member International Neuropsychol. Society, Polish Neurosci. Society, Polish Academy of Sciences (secretary neuropsychology committee since 1992).

    Personality

    Interests

    Sailing.

    Connections

    • Married Krzysztof Lojek. 1 child, Anna Zofia.
    • father: Piotr Osiejuk Chelmicka
    • mother: Genewefa (Grazyna) Chelmicka
    • spouse: Krzysztof Lojek
    • child: Anna Zofia LOjek
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    Born February 10, 1962
    (age 55)
    Nationality
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    • 1986
      Warsaw U .
    • 1992
      Warsaw U .
    • 1986 - 1993
      Assistant
    • 1993
      tutor
    • 1993
      visiting researcher, National Hospital's College Speech Sciences
      London, Mpumalanga, South Africa