He was graduated in veterinary medicine in year 1992. The doctoral thesis entitled: ‘Investigation on the semen preservation in low temperatures’ he defended in 1999 and habilitation concerning ‘The relationship between the effectiveness of the artificial insemination and in vitro semen characteristics in dogs’ he defended in 2009. From 2009 onwards he became the head of the Department of Reproduction and Clinic of Farm Animals, at Veterinary Medicine in Wroclaw. He obtained a title of professor in 2014. He is a certified specialist of animal reproduction.
He is an active clinician mostly working on artificial insemination, reproductive disorders in males and females, obstetrics, neonatology and assisted reproductive techniques. He published over 200 papers intended for scientists and practicing veterinarians. He was the leader in 12 research projects financed from the external sources and the investigator in many others.
He is an active member in international organisations, e.g. of European Veterinary Society for Small Animal Reproduction (EVSSAR), where he was a former President; Board Member and Editor and he is a current EVSSAR Representative in Poland. He is also a member in Polish Society for Biology of Reproduction (Member of the Board), Polish Society of Veterinary Science (former Treasurer of Wroclaw Division) and Polish Academy of Science (member of Committee for Biology of Reproduction, Committee of Veterinary Sciences, former head of Section of Pathology of Reproduction).
He is an valued speaker and workshops’ master during many congresses worldwide (e.g. in Budapest, Estoril, Milan, Berlin, Hanover, Moscow, Oslo, Cordoba, Ghent, Whistler), as well as during various conferences in the country.
Hobbies: mountain biking, running, sailing, windsurfing, music, photography and literature
Prof. dr hab. Jan Twardoń
He was graduated in veterinary medicine in year 1978, immediately after studies he started working at the Department of Reproduction and Clinic of Farm Animals, were he obtained a title of a professor in 2002. In 2003 he was certified as Animal Reproduction Specialist and in 2014 as Ruminants Specialist.
He is a practicing veterinarian controlling the reproductive performance in several dairy farms. His scientific interests focus on the physiology and pathology of reproduction and udder health in farm animals. He underwent many national and international internships e.g. in Germany, France and Switzerland.
He was a leader investigator in several scientific projects and he published over 220 papers and supervised 9 PhD thesis, having next 2 ongoing. He is a joined author of 3 manuals.
He is also an active member in University’s Committees and a board member of some national organisations (Committee for Biology of Reproduction, Committee of Veterinary Sciences PAN, Polish Buiatric Society). He is also a head of Postgraduate Course for Animal Reproduction and Ruminants Diseases.
He was graduated in veterinary medicine in year 1998, his doctoral thesis titled ‘The seasonal influence on the sexual reflexes and semen characteristics in boars and crossed wild boar pigs’’ defended in 2002. Habilitation titled ‘The investigations on semen collecting, its parameters and preservation and artificial insemination in hares (Lepus europaeus Pallas, 1778)’ he defended in 2010 and he obtained a title of a professor in 2018.
He is a specialist in animal reproduction and horse diseases. His scientific and clinical interests focus on wild animal reproduction and horse reproduction. Currently most of his published papers concern horse reproductive parameters, especially clinical diagnosis and etiopathogenesis of uterus diseases in mares. They all were financed by external sources.
Hobbies: swimming, skiing, hiking, chess and angling.
Dr hab. Michał Dzięcioł, prof. uczelni
He was graduated in veterinary medicine in year 1998, and in 2002 he was certified as Animal Reproduction Specialist. He defended his PhD thesis in 2004 r. and habilitation titled: ‘Semiochemical communication in dogs (Canis familiaris) concerning reproductive behaviour’ in 2015.
His scientific interests concentrate on vascular flow within female and male reproductive organ (its physiology and ways to modify the blood flow) and semiochemical communication especially sexual pheromones in domestic animals.
He was an active member of many scientific projects and was a leader investigator of one of them financed by external means and concerning the bioelectric activity on rams’ brain during the "ewe effect".
He was in Muenich and Dublin for the scientific internships.
He is a member of Polish Society for Biology of Reproduction and in years 2013-2017 he was a treasurer in Wroclaw Division.
She was graduated in biology and defended her Phd thesis at Wroclaw University in 2009 receiving the title of doctor of biology (specialist in biotechnology) and she received the title of doctor in biology. She became a member of the team in 2010 , and since 2015 she became a junior researcher at the Department of Reproduction.
Her scientific interests concern mostly andrology, molecular aspects of animal reproduction, use of biotechniques and avian reproductive biology. She was researcher in many scientific projects and the leader researcher of two projects financed by Ministry of Science and concerning the rooster semen.
She has been to Germany, Belgium, France and Spain for scientific visits and participated in several courses on flow cytometry, molecular techniques and biotechniques.
She is a member of Polish Society for Biology of Reproduction and she was a secretary of the Wrocław Division of Polish Society for Biology of Reproduction in 2009-2011 and 2011-2013.
Hobbies: hiking, literature
She was graduated from Veterinary Medicine in 1999, and her PhD thesis she defended in 2004, from 2009 she works in Department of Reproduction.
Scientific interests focus on assisted reproductive techniques in companion animals, especially cats, and in clinical work, she is primarily involved in reproductive system surgery, obstetrics and veterinary neonatology.
She was part of a team in many scientific projects and she was a leader investigator in one – investigating embryo vitrification in cats. She gained professional experience and practical skills during internships in Germany, Belgium and United Kingdom and attending workshops and conferences.
She is a member of EVSAR, BSAVA and Polish Society for Biology of Reproduction.
Non-academic interest: sport, literature
She was graduated from Veterinary Medicine in 2012 and defended her PhD in 2017 and in the same year she was employed at Department of Reproduction.
She specialises in andrology and cats reproduction, especially in assisted reproductive techniques in cats i.e. semen cryopreservation and artificial insemination.
She gained professional experience and practical skills during internships (Germany, Belgium, France) as well as national conferences and workshops.
Member of EVSSAR and Polish Society for Biology of Reproduction, where she was nominated a treasurer of Wrocław Division in 2017 onwards.
Non-scientific interests: sport (running, skating, skiing, swimming), mountain hiking, literature, traveling
He was graduated in Veterinary Medicine in 1989, in 1999 he defended his PhD. From the same year he is employed at the Department of Reproduction.
His research interests focus on andrology (mostly: preservation and assessment of semen), reproductive performance in pigs and neonatology of companion and large animals.
He did an internships in Kubus S.A. n Sewilla (2011 r) and in the Institute of Animal Science in Prague (2012 r).
Member of Polish Society for Biology of Reproduction.
Hobbies: sport, travels, books
prof. dr hab. Alina Wieliczko
prof. dr hab. Andrzej Gaweł
dr hab. Paweł Chorbiński, profesor uczelni
prof. Krzysztof Rypuła
dr Michał Bednarski
dr hab. Katarzyna Płoneczka-Janeczko, profesor uczelni
dr Maciej Kuczkowski
dr Tomasz Piasecki
prof. Zdzisław Kiełbowicz
prof. Jakub Nicpoń
dr Piotr Skrzypczak
dr Przemysław Prządka
dr Agnieszka Antończyk
dr Dominika Kubiak-Nowak,
dr hab. Jarosław Popiel, profesor uczelni
prof. dr hab. Krzysztof Kubiak
dr hab. Artur Niedźwiedź, profesor uczelni
dr hab. Marcin Wrzosek, profesor uczelni
prof. dr hab. Anna Chełmońska-Soyta
prof. dr hab.Tadeusz Stefaniak
dr hab. Anna Rząsa, profesor uczelni
dr hab. Paulina Jawor
dr hab. Stanisław Dzimira, profesor uczelni
prof. Marcin Nowak
dr Rafał Ciaputa
prof. Maciej Ugorski
prof. Arkadiusz Miążek
dr inż. Maciej Zacharski
dr inż. Jarosław Suchański
prof. dr hab. Bożena Obmińska- Mrukowicz
dr hab. Aleksandra Pawlak, profesor uczelni
dr hab. Błażej Poźniak, profesor uczelni
dr Angelika Sysak
dr hab. Maciej Janeczek, profesor uczelni
dr hab. Albert Czerski, profesor uczelni
dr Anna Matczuk
dr hab. Jarosław Król, profesor uczelni