Ryszard Szyszka

Professor Ryszard Szyszka

Faculty of Biotechnology and Natural Sciences
The John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin

 Dean

Room 606

(1 H Konstantynów St.)
Phone: +48 81 454 54 50

e-mail: szyszkar@kul.pl

Office hours:
Tuesday: 10.00-11.00
Friday: 10.00-11.00

 

Ryszard Szyszka, professor of biochemistry and molecular biology. Achievements include regulation of protein synthesis, protein kinases and phosphatases, protein kinase CK2, ribosomes. Recipient award Secretary of Polish Academy Sci., 1985, 87, 94; Clayton Foundation scholar at University of Texas at Austin, 1986-1988, Federation of European Biochemical Societies scholar at Center of Molecular Biology “Severo Ochoa”, Madrid, 1991, North Atlantic Treaty Organization scholar at Center of Molecular Biology, Madrid, 1993.
Education
Master of Science in Chemistry, University of Maria-Curie Sklodowska, Lublin, Poland, 1980; Doctor of Philosophy in Biochemistry, University of Maria-Curie Sklodowska, Lublin, Poland, 1985; Habilitation, University of Maria-Curie Sklodowska, Poland, 1997; Certified biochemistry professor, 2007.
Career
Chemistry technician at department molecular biology University of Maria-Curie Sklodowska, Lublin, 1974-1979;
Chemistry specialist at department molecular biology, 1980-1988;
Adjunct at department molecular biology, 1988-1998;
Assistant professor at department molecular biology Catholic University of Lublin, 1998-1999;
Associate professor at department molecular biology, 1999-2007;
Full professor, since 2008,
Head of department of molecular biology at John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin, since 1998;
Director of The Institute of Environmental Protection at John Paul II Catholic University, Lublin, 2000-2008;
Director of Institute of Biotechnology at John Paul II Catholic University, Lublin, 2009-2013;
Dean of the Faculty of Biotechnology and Natural Sciences at John Paul II Catholic University, Lublin, since 2013.
Achievements
  • Regulation of protein synthesis, protein kinases and phosphatases, protein kinase CK2 – structure, function and regulation, ribosomes.
  • Achievements include regulation of protein synthesis, protein kinases and phosphatases, ribosomes.

 

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