Janusz Jeljaszewicz, Polish microbiologist, researcher. Certified in medical microbiology. Fellow Infectious Diseases Society of America; member American Association for the Advancement of Science, American Society for Microbiology, New York Academy of Sciences, Deutsche Gesellschaft für Mikrobiologie, others.
Assistant department microbiology University Medical School, Poznan, 1954-1960, senior assistant Warsaw, Poland, 1960-1965. Head research project Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, United States Public Health Service, Atlanta, 1963-1980. Chairman Coordinating Commission for United States-Poland Science Collaboration, Warsaw, 1963-1990.
Head Laboratory Bacteriology National Institute Hygiene, 1963-1980, professor, chairman department bacteriology, 1977-1980, head Laboratory Bacteriol. Metabolites, 1980-1996, director, from 1996. Chairman science advisory council to Minister of Health Poland, Warsaw, 1978-1988.
Visiting professor Medical Faculty, University Cologne, Germany, since 1973. Expert on acute bacterial infections World Health Organization, since 1973.
1954 - 1960
1963 - 1980
1963 - 1990
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