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microbiologist , medical educator

Andrzej Denys, Polish microbiologist, medical educator. Achievements include development of new n-carbo-etoxy sulfonamides as antiviral agent; discovery of cellular response after hypodermical anti-influenza vaccination, of immunostimulative activity in remantadine, reactivity to influenza virus antigens in influenza complications.

Background

Denys, Andrzej was born on March 14, 1939 in Kruszów, Lodz, Poland. Son of Bernard and Helena Denys.

Education

Certified physician, Military Medical Academy, Lodz, 1962. Doctor of Microbiology, Military Medical Academy, Lodz, 1968.

Career

Assistant Military Medical Academy, 1962-1968, senior assistant, 1968-1973, assistant professor, 1973-1982, head microbiology department, since 1973, associate professor, 1982-1990, professor, since 1990, director Institute Basic Sciences, 1998-1999. Corresponding academician International Academy Greci Marino, Parma, Italy, since 1999.

Achievements

  • Achievements include development of new n-carbo-etoxy sulfonamides as antiviral agent. Discovery of cellular response after hypodermical anti-influenza vaccination, of immunostimulative activity in remantadine, reactivity to influenza virus antigens in influenza complications.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor over 150 articles to professional journals. Member science council various journals.

Membership

With Military of Defence, Warsaw, 1982-1999. Member Polish Society Clinical Immunology, Polish Society Microbiology, European Society Clinical Microbiology, World Society Investigations of Interferon, International Union Microbiol. Societies, New York Academy of Sciences.

Connections

Married Teresa Ferszt, June 27, 1964. 1 child, Pawel.

father:
Bernard Denys

mother:
Helena Denys

spouse:
Teresa Ferszt

child:
Pawel Denys