Patrycjusz Stremplewski received his Ph.D. degree in 2015 at Nicolaus Copernicus University in Toruń. He has educational background is in the laser physics of materials, especially active optical fibers and multiphoton processes in such materials. Since 2011 Patrycjusz Stremplewski was a member of the Optical Biological Imaging Group at Nicolaus Copernicus University, where he worked on development of optical methods for imaging of biological structures. Methods developed during this work were based on fluorescence, optical coherence tomography, photothermal effect and nonlinear optics.

Dr Stremplewski has participated in two research projects during his stay at the Department of Pharmacology of Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, which were focused on improvement of the imaging instrument for two photon excited fluorescence imaging of the mouse retina in vivo and origin of the perception of infrared light by the human eye. His most important achievements in the field of biomedical imaging include identification of the origin of the perception of infrared light by the human eye, development of extremely sensitive method for photothermal effect detection and development of the method for autofluorescence imaging in human eye in vivo with extremely low excitation power.

In July 2016 Patrycjusz Stremplewski took position of a senior researcher in the Department of Physical Chemistry of Biological Systems at IPC, led by Prof. Maciej Wojtkowski. His main task includes establishment of a new lab focused on applications of developed techniques in biological systems.

phone: +48 22 343 3421

e-mail: pstremplewski|ichf.edu.pl| |pstremplewski|ichf.edu.pl

This project has received funding from the European Union’s
Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme
under grant agreement No 666295.