|Piotr Szeleszczuk, Full Professor, Warsaw University of Life Sciences
Professor Piotr Szeleszczuk- veterinarian, a specialist in diseases of poultry and ornamental birds. Department of Avian Diseases Department of Veterinary Pathology and Diagnostics Faculty of Veterinary Medicine Warsaw University of Life Sciences. He is author of over 600 scientific publications. He specializes in issues of pathology, therapy and immunoprophylaxis of avian diseases. In the years 2012 -2016 National Head of Specialization No. 5 “Diseases of poultry and ornamental birds.” He conducted research on the epidemiology of coccidiosis in broiler chickens in Poland and new patterns of prevention of this invasion. In his team they conducted research on the molecular diagnosis of coccidiosis. Within the scope of his interests are also problems of diagnosis and treatment of pigeons coccidiosis. The author of the project “Eimeriana Avia” and co-organizer of the First International Technical Conference ” Poultry coccidiosis – current challenges AD 2016.
|Andrzej Gaweł, Associate Professor. Associate Professor in the Department of Epizootiology, Bird and Exotic Animal Clinic University of Life Sciences in Wroclaw.
Both his doctoral dissertation and habilitation concerned the issues of coccidiosis in poultry. Their knowledge of poultry diseases, as well as molecular biology techniques expanded to numerous internships and trainings at home and abroad, including England, Norway, Germany, Switzerland and Hungary. Member of the World Veterinary Poultry Association and the Polish Society of Veterinary Sciences. Co-organizer of many conferences PTNW. Co-author of an academic textbook Poultry Diseases edited by Professor M. MazurkiewiczResearch interests focus on parasitic diseases of poultry and issues immunoprophylaxis and treatment of diseases of poultry. Co-organizer of the First International Technical Conference “Coccidiosis poultry – Current Challenges AD 2016”.
|Kamila Bobrek, DVM, PhD, University of Life Sciences in Wroclaw
Dr Kamila Bobrek working as assistant professor in the Department of Epizootiology, Bird and Exotic Animal Clinic University of Life Sciences in Wroclaw, a member of the Polish Society of Veterinary Sciences. The title of specialist diseases of poultry and ornamental birds she received in 2012 and the title of doctor of veterinary sciences in the March 2014 year on the basis of the doctoral dissertation “Phenotypic and genotypic characterization of strains of Erysipelothrix sp. Isolated from field cases of erysipelas in geese”.The scopes of scientific interests include parasitic disease of poultry and bacterial diseases of waterfowl. Co-organizer of the First International Technical Conference “Poultry coccidiosis – the current challenges AD 2016”.
|Sylwia Doner, DVM, Warsaw University of Life Sciences
She graduated from the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Warsaw University of Life Sciences in 2009 and the Faculty of Animal Sciences, Warsaw University of Life Sciences in 2004 (master’s thesis in the field of poultry farming). She completed postgraduate training in Avian Diseases and become the Avian Medicine Specialist in June 2015. Currently, she is PhD student in Department of Avian Diseases at the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Warsaw University of Life Sciences. Her doctoral dissertation concerns an epidemiology of Eimeria spp. protozoa invasion in broiler flocks in Poland. Currently she is doing researches on practical applications of available diagnostic methods (based on molecular biology) for evaluation the efficiency of vaccination against coccidiosis and evaluation of the use of coccidiostats and their impact on the prevalence of Eimeria spp. in broilers. Co-organizer of the First International Technical Conference “Poultry coccidiosis – the current challenges AD 2016”.
|Borys Błaszczak, DVM, PhD, Warsaw University of Life Sciences
Dr. Borys Błaszczak is a lecturer in the Division of the Pathology of Exotic, Laboratory and Non-domesticated Animals and Fish WULS. He graduated from the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine in Warsaw in 1990. He received the title of the doctor of veterinary medicine in 2000. His doctoral thesis concerned “Carrier-state and shedding Salmonella enterica subspecies enterica serotype Enteritidis in hens and ways to prevent infection in newly hatched chicks“. He completed postgraduate study in Fish Diseases and become the Fish Medicine Specialist in 2013. He manages the websites, which are associated with the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine WULS. He participated in the organization of many conferences. In Eimeriana avia Team he is responsible for the website.