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Lidia Bernadeta Brydak, Polish medical researcher. Recipient diploma for prevention of infectious diseases Ministry of Health and Welfare, Warsaw, 1984, diploma for prevention of community diseases Ministry of Health and Welfare, Warsaw, 1984, medal for work in the Polish health science Ministry of Health and Welfare, Warsaw, 1987.


Brydak, Lidia Bernadeta was born on August 10, 1938 in Rzeszów, Poland. Daughter of Mieczyslaw Michal and Zofia (Ciapala) Brydak.


Master in Microbiology, Marie Curie-Sklodowska University, Lublin, Poland, 1964. Doctor in Natural Science, Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw, 1968.


Senior assistant National Institute Hygiene, Warsaw, 1969-1970, adjunct, 1971-1989, director National Influenza Center World Health Organization, since 1990, associate professor, 1991-1998, professor, head respiratory unit, since 1998. Consultant in virology for respiratory tract Voivodship Sanitary Stations and Clinics, Poland, since 1970. Consultant in reagents for influenza and other respiratory tract diseases Serum and Vaccine Manufacturing Plant, Cracow and Lublin, 1970-1972, consultant for national control of influenza vaccine, 1972-1990.

Consultant in field.


  • Other Work

    • Contributor articles to professional journals.


Member Polish Microbiology Society, Society for Epidemiology and Infectious Diseases, European Society Clinical Microbiology, New York Academy of Sciences.


Mieczyslaw Michal Brydak

Zofia (Ciapala) Brydak