Stefan G Pierzynowski

Biography

 

Professor Stefan Grzegorz Pierzynowski started his scientific career in 1975 as a master student at the Warsaw Agricultural University.

1982, Doctor of Veterinary Sciences (DVS), Veterinary Medicine Faculty, Warsaw Agricultural University, Poland. Thesis title “Conjugate effect of feeding and hormone agents on discharge of pancreatic juice in sheep”. Supervisor – Professor W. Barej;

1991, Doctor of Physiology (PhD), Dept Animal Physiology, Lund University, Sweden. Thesis title “Development and regulation of porcine pancreatic function with special reference to the exocrine pancreas”.Supervisors - Assoc. Profs. B. Karlsson, B. Weström.

Postdoctoral positions

1985 – 1991Post-doc/Researcher, LU, Dept Animal Physiology, Sweden

Qualification required for appointments as a docent/professor

1995, Habilitation = Docent (Doctor of Sciences), Veterinary Medicine Faculty, Life Science University, Warsaw, Poland.

1995, Docent (Associate professor), Dept Anim. Physiology, Lund University, Sweden.

1998, Adj. Professor, Cell and Organism Biology, Lund University, Sweden.

2001, Full Professor, Veterinary Sciences, Faculty Veterinary Medicine, Warsaw Agricultural University, Poland.

Professor Stefan Grzegorz Pierzynowski in 2001 received the title of full professor at the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine at the University of Life Sciences (SGGW). In the years 2004-2013 he served as Head of R&D Esentys AB Ideon Science Park, Lund, Sweden. Since 2008 is a professor / researcher at the Department of Biology at Lund University, and since 2009 he has been a visiting professor at the Department of Medical Biology at the Institute of Medicine in Lublin.

 

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS (see all publication):

1.Pierzynowski S, Ushakova G, Kovalenko T, Osadchenko I, Goncharova K, Gustavsson P, Prykhodko O, Wolinski J, Slupecka M, Ochniewicz P, Weström B, Skibo G. Impact of colostrum and plasma immunoglobulin intake on hippocampus structure during early postnatal development in pigs. Int J Dev Neurosci. 2014 Jun;35:64-71.

2.Goncharova K, Pierzynowski SG, Grujic D, Kirko S, Szwiec K, Wang J, Kovalenko T, Osadchenko I, Ushakova G, Shmigel H, Fedkiv O, Majda B, Prykhodko O. A piglet with surgically induced exocrine pancreatic insufficiency as an animal model of newborns to study fat digestion. Br J Nutr. 2014 Dec;112(12):2060-2067.

3.Goncharova K, Skibo G, Kovalenko T, Osadchenko I, Ushakova G, Vovchanskii M, Pierzynowski SG. Diet-induced changes in brain structure and behaviour in old gerbils. Nutr Diabetes. 2015 Jun 15;5:e163.

4.Liudmyla Lozinska, Björn Weström, Olena Prykhodko, Andreas Lindqvist, Nils Wierup, Bo Ahrén, Katarzyna Szwiec, Stefan G. Pierzynowski. Decreased insulin secretion and glucose clearance in exocrine pancreas insufficient pigs. ExpPhysiol101.1 (2016) pp 100–112.

5.Pierzynowski SG, Goncharova K, Woliński J, Prykhodko O, Weström B, Lozinska L. Enteral pancreatic- like enzymes of microbial origin affect insulin release during an intravenous glucose tolerance test. J Diab Met, 7: 681. doi:10.4172/2155-6156.1000681, 2016

 

 

SELECTED PATENTS AND PATENT APPLICATIONS:

6.Pierzynowski S., Prykhodko O., Weström B. Gut – Maturation- Enzymes. Swedish patent application PM30142US00 , 2010.

7.Pierzynowski S.G., PCT/SE2013/051098 - patent application. 2013 Compositions useful as medicaments. Field of the invention. The present invention relates to the field of medicine and nutraceuticals, in particular the treatment of disorders involving eosinophilia, neurological and/or neurodegenerative disorders and improvement of brain function.

8.Pierzynowski SG and Goncharova K To combat insulin resistance/obesity with amylase derived peptidesPatent application: SE 1551220-5 (2015-09-23) and EPO 16172416.6 (2016-06-01)

 

Office Address:

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Alfagelgranden 24,

23132 Trelleborg, Sweden.

+46709780202

+48514370409

Stefan G Pierzynowski

Phone: +467097870202

+48514370409

Email: Stefan.G.Pierzynowski@gmail.com

Address: Alfagelgranden 24,

23132 Trelleborg, Sweden

E-mail: Stefan.G.Pierzynowski@gmail.com