Conducted research is related to the mechanisms of cellular learning and non-neural memory in animal cells. The basic experimental model currently used is slime mold Phsyarum polycephalum. The second line of research is the use of mathematical modelling in virology.
He holds habilitation in medical biology from the Faculty of Medicine at Jagiellonian University Medical College (2016).
Since 1998, he has been a researcher and academic teacher at the Department of Biophysics at the Faculty of Medicine of Jagiellonian University Medical College, currently employed as an assistant professor.
Member of the Polish Society of Electromagnetic Applications. From 2021, Vice-President of commission K of the National Committee for Cooperation with the International Union of Radio Sciences (URSI).
The main areas of interest are:
The conducted scientific activity concerns studies on non-thermal bioeffects in various types of cells cultured in in vitro conditions, induced by low-frequency electromagnetic fields (LF-EMF). Current experiments realized under research grant are focused on static- and/or slow-varying EMFs influence on activation of calcium-dependent signaling pathways and changes in viability of leukocytic cell lines. Performed measurements are part of the mainstream studies on bio-mechanism(-s) and the assessment of electromagnetic radiation impact on living organisms.