Foundation of Research and Science Development was established in 2009 and it deals mainly with educational and research activities in the field of medical and biochemical sciences. It was created out of passion and the will to change the reality that surrounds us. The inspiration for establishing the Foundation was and is the scientific activity of Michał Wszoła MD, PhD., surgeon, transplantologist and, most of all, a dedicated doctor.
The Foundation team is formed by young scientists full of enthusiasm. Fourteen specialists in the field of medical, biological and chemical sciences, who share a common idea and a deep conviction that it is Poles who can become the creators of breakthrough medical therapies.
Currently, together with the Bionic Consortium, we’re working on 3D printing of bionic pancreas that will enable people with diabetes to function normally and will also replace the need for chronic insulin therapy.
Since the establishing of the Foundation, the invariably pursued goal is to promote the development of Polish science in the country and in the world. The team is accompanied by the conviction that Poland, as a country that has highly qualified and creative scientists, can realistically influence the progress and technological development of the world.
- VolunteerBiotechnologist, a graduate of Warsaw University of Life Sciences. Sports lover, particularly football, beach volleyball and cycling.
- VolunteerA graduate trainee of Medical University of Warsaw. She’s the author and co-author of many publications in general surgery and transplantology.
- VolunteerAn author and co-author of numerous publications in domestic and foreign magazines in the field of general surgery and transplantology.
- VolunteerGraduate of the Poznań University of Economics. Personally, she’s into healthy lifestyle, loves walking and traveling.
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Radio „Tok FM”: dr hab.med Michał Wszoła opowiada o programie naukowym dotyczącym bionicznej trzustki. Czy to możliwe, że już za klika lat problem przeszczepów narządów zostanie rozwiązany? Bardzo ciekawy wywiad, zachęcamy do wysłuchania.
Dr n. med. w programie Dzień dobry, Polsko! wyemitowanym na antenie TVP1 opowiada w związku z przypadającym tego dnia Światowym Dniem Cukrzycy o tym, jak rozpoznać tą chorobę i jak często się badać.
TVN24- dr hab.med Michał Wszoła opowiada w rozmowie w Markiem Szymaniakiem na temat bionicznej trzustki- zachęcamy do lektury.