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Andrzej Starek

educator , research scientist , toxicologist

Andrzej Starek, Polish toxicologist, educator, research scientist. Achievements include patents in field. Recipient Science awards, Ministry of National Education and Sport, 2003, Ministry of Health, 2009. Member of Polish Society Toxicology (honorary; president 1993—2002, executive committee 2002-2008).

Background

Starek, Andrzej was born on August 25, 1939 in Cracow, Poland. Son of Andrzej Starek and Maria Bator.

Education

Master of Science, Medical School Faculty Pharmacy, Cracow, Poland, 1963. Doctor of Science, Medical School Faculty Pharmacy, Cracow, Poland, 1970.

Career

Assistant adjunct Medical Academy, Cracow, Poland, 1963—1983. Assistant professor Jagiellonian University, 1983—1993, professor, since 1993. Head Department Industrial Toxicology Jagiellonian University, Cracow, Poland, 1983—1992, Department Bio-chemical Toxicology Jagiellonian University, since 1992.

Expert Interdepartmental Committee Maximum Admissable Concentrations, Lodz, since 1984.

Achievements

  • Achievements include patents in field.

Works

  • Author: Organ Taxicology, 2007, Dictionary of the Terms Applied in Toxicology, 1994. Contributor chapters to books, scientific papers to professional journals.

Membership

Member of Polish Society Toxicology (honorary. President 1993—2002, executive committee 2002-2008).

Connections

Married Bozena Janina Kawalec, February 15, 1964. 1 child Beata.

father:
Andrzej Starek

mother:
Maria Bator

spouse:
Bozena Janina Kawalec

child:
Beata Starek