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Prof. Sławomir Filipek, PhD DSc

Slawomir Filipek, PhD DSc

official e-mail address: sh.filipek|
phone number +48 22 552 64 05 (Chemistry),
+48 22 552 65 45 (CNBCh)

Faculty of Chemistry
& Biological and Chemical Research Centre,
University of Warsaw, Poland.


born - Nov 3, 1961
married (Anna Filipek), two sons (born 1995, 2002)

  • 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

Professional memberships:
  • Molecular Graphics and Modeling Society
  • Biophysical Society
  • Polish Bioinformatics Society
  • Polish Society of Medicinal Chemistry
  • Polish Chemical Society

Publication achievements:
  • over 140 publications and over 10 book chapters
  • Total number of citations: over 7,000 (Scopus), over 9,000 (Google Scholar)
  • Hirsch index H = 42 (Scopus), 47 (Google Scholar)

Major awards and distinctions:
  • Medal of J. Śniadecki awarded by the main board of the Polish Chemical Society for outstanding scientific achievements of world importance in Chemistry - 2020
  • 1st degree award of W. Świętosławski by the Warsaw Branch of the Polish Chemical Society - 2019

Scientific interests:
  • structure and dynamics of membrane proteins,
  • drug design,
  • receptor activation processes,
  • formation of amyloids,
  • multidimensional signaling of G protein-coupled receptors,
  • coarse-grained modeling of proteins.

  • April 2023.
    Homology Modeling book edited by S.Filipek

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