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Roman Miturski

gynecologist , science researcher

Roman Miturski, Polish gynecologist, science researcher. Achievements include research in mutation in American Power Conversion gene mutation pathways in endometrial cancer in women, proteoglicans in cancer.

Background

Miturski, Roman was born on January 23, 1960 in Lublin, Poland. Son of Stanislaw Miturski and Maria Genowefa Ziolkowska.

Education

Graduate, Jan Zamoyski Liceum, Lublin, Poland, 1979. Specialist gynecology/obstetrics, Medical University, Lublin, Poland, 1992. Doctor of Philosophy, 1993.

Career

Assistant gynecological surgery Medical University, Lublin, 1985-1989, senior staff assistant gynecological surgery, 1989-2000, associate professor gynecological surgery, since 2000. Intern Clinical Hospital, Poland, 1985-1986, resident Poland, 1986. Reviewer oncology Karger Public Corporation, Basel, Switzerland, since 1999.

Reviewer cellular molecular biology letters, Wroclaw, since 2000.

Achievements

  • Achievements include research in mutation in American Power Conversion gene mutation pathways in endometrial cancer in women, proteoglicans in cancer.

Works

  • Author: Oncogenes in Endometrial Cancer, 1998 (Prize of Ministry of Health 1999). Contributor chapters to books, articles to professional journals.

Membership

Leader owners' assembly Private Medical Center, Luxmed, Lublin, since 1992. Member of Polish Gynecological Society (Congress prize 1997), Polish Immunol. Society (Oncological Congress prize 1998), Polish Bio-chemical Society, American Association Immunologists, Society Experimental Biology and Medicine.

Connections

Married Marta Agnieszka Lech, August 7, 1982. 1 child, Andrzej.

father:
Stanislaw Miturski

mother:
Maria Genowefa Ziolkowska

spouse:
Marta Agnieszka Lech

child:
Andrzej Miturski