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Robert Peter Strosznajder

biologist , researcher

Robert Peter Strosznajder, Polish biologist, researcher. Achievements include development of the role of phosphoinositides and phospholipase C in chemoreception processes in carotid bodies, investigation the role of poly(automatic data processing-ribose) polymerase in ischemia and neurodegeneration. Fellow, Japan Society for the Promotion of Science; grantee, Ministry of Science Research and Information Technology, Poland, 1993—2005.

Background

Strosznajder, Robert Peter was born on November 23, 1963 in Warsaw, Poland. Son of Zbigniew and Joan Strosznajder.

Education

Master of Science, Academy Agriculture, 1989. Doctor of Philosophy, Polish Academy of Sciences, 1995.

Career

From research assistant.Dept. Neurophysiology to assistant professor Department Respiratory Research Medical Research Center Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw, 1990—1996, assistant professor Department Respiratory Research Medical Research Center, since 1997. Research fellow, visiting scientist Kyoto (Japan) University, 1999—2002.

Achievements

  • Achievements include development of the role of phosphoinositides and phospholipase C in chemoreception processes in carotid bodies, investigation the role of poly(automatic data processing-ribose) polymerase in ischemia and neurodegeneration.

Membership

Member of European Society Neurochemistry, Polish Society Biochemistry, European Respiratory Society.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Sailing, travel, painting.

Connections

Married Dorothy Ivone Szelag. 1 child Ann Kalina.

father:
Zbigniew Strosznajder

mother:
Joan Strosznajder

spouse:
Dorothy Ivone Szelag

child:
Ann Kalina Strosznajder