Faculty of Chemistry
& Biological and Chemical Research Centre,
University of Warsaw, Poland.
born - Nov 3, 1961 married (Anna Filipek), two sons (born 1995, 2002) Education:
2011, Full professor, Nomination for professorial title
2004, DSc - Habil. (assistant professor), "The Role of Receptors and Pseudoreceptors in Drug Design", University of Warsaw, Faculty of Chemistry
1993, PhD "Complexes of Thallium(I) and Alkali Metal Cations with Macroligands", University of Warsaw, Faculty of Chemistry
1985, MSc, "Nonadditivity of Interaction Energy of Three Hydrogen Molecules in Hartree-Fock Method and in I-Order Perturbation Method", University of Warsaw, Faculty of Chemistry
1976-1980, B. Prus comprehensive high school in Skierniewice, profile Mat-Phys
2013-present, Biological and Chemical Research Centre.
2002-2010, contract, International Institute of Molecular and Cell Biology.
2001-2002, visiting scientist, University of Washington, Seattle, USA
1993-2002, postdoctoral position, University of Warsaw, Faculty of Chemistry
1985-present, University of Warsaw, Faculty of Chemistry
Molecular Graphics and Modeling Society
Polish Bioinformatics Society
Polish Society of Medicinal Chemistry
Polish Chemical Society
over 140 publications and over 10 book chapters
over 5000 citations - Web of Science (7000 citations - Google Scholar)
Hirsch index: H=36 Web of Science (H=42 Google Scholar)
structure and dynamics of membrane proteins,
receptor activation processes,
formation of amyloids,
multidimensional signaling of G protein-coupled receptors,
coarse-grained modeling of proteins.
The latest news
The ERNEST project (COST CA18133) has started.
ERNEST = European Research Network on Signal Transduction
The main scientific objective of the Action is to develop a common, comprehensive and holistic map of signal transduction that will advance development of pathway-specific chemical modulators. This unique and innovative goal will be realised by linking of a diverse group of researchers in the field through the networking activities funded by COST.
Our service GPCRM is completely reshaped, much faster, and user friendly. Now, it contains 3 main routes: Quick path (default), Long path, and High similarity (the fastest) for homology modeling of GPCRs. Currently, the service contains over 90 template structures. The updated version was recently published in NAR 2018, W1.