University of Warsaw, Interdisciplinary Centre for Mathematical and Computational Modelling
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Dariusz Plewczynski is a professor at University of Warsaw in Interdisciplinary Centre for Mathematical and Computational Modelling, Warsaw, Poland. His main expertise covers computational intelligence algorithms applied to various interdisciplinary problems. His recent achievements cover qualitative and quantitative biological data analysis, the general systems theory and interdisciplinary problems in the context of bioinformatics, genomics, drug design, and systems biology; ensemble learning systems, meta-clustering techniques. He received the MS, and PhD degrees in Theoretical Physics and Chemistry in 1995, and 2001, respectively. He was postdoc researcher at International Institute for Cell and Molecular Biology in 2001. Dr. Dariusz Plewczynski worked in The Burnham-Sanford Institute in San Diego, CA, USA in 2002. He was a postdoc at Helsinki University, bioinformatics laboratory in 2003. In 2004 he was visiting researcher at Merck Research Laboratories (IRBM) in Rome, Italy. From 2002 till 2011, he was the assistant professor at University of Warsaw, Warsaw, Poland and the head of chemoinformatics unit at BioInfoBank Institute, Poznan, Poland. In 2011, He visited Stanford University within Top500 Polish Ministry of Science programme. He received DSc degree (habilitation) in Computer Science and bioinformatics in 2012. From 2011, He is a professor at University of Warsaw (ICM), and Warsaw Medical University. He is involved in bioinformatics projects in the Leading National Research Centre of Medical university of Bialystok from 2012. Presently, He is visiting professor at The Jackson Laboratory & Yale University within the senior Fulbright fellowship.
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