An assistant professor in the Cathedral of Clinical Psychology and Health at the University of Social Sciences and Humanities, campus in Poznań. An associate of the General and Transplantation Surgery Clinic at the Jesus Child Hospital in Warsaw. He works with people waiting for a transplant and their families as well as with post-transplant patients. He’s been combining medicine and psychology right from the beginning of his professional career. His secondary medical education and higher education in psychology and clinical practice with patients shaped his way of looking at humanity and the practice of science. Presently he’s in the course of doing his specialization in Clinical Psychology at the Institute of Psychology and Neurology in Warsaw. He conducts research projects on the borderline between medicine and psychology. The author and co-author of publications in the field of psychotransplantology and emergency response in medicine. Co-author of numerous educational events for medical staff, patients and their families. His scientific interests focus on reflectiveness issues and mindfulness as a way of experiencing the world.