Rafał Szewczyk

Rafał Szewczyk
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PhD

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Introduction
My scientific interests are focused on proteomics and metabolomics of biological processes; searching, identification and profiling of various biomarkers; modern microbiological diagnostics and biodegradation of xenobiotics. In my research, I mainly use mass spectrometry combined with various separation techniques as well as microbiological, biochemical and bioinformatic experience.
Additional affiliations
July 2017 - March 2020
Center for Clinical and Aesthetic Medicine DiMedical
Position
  • Research Director
Description
  • Research project: Research and Development Studies in the field of innovative diagnostics methods of tuberculosis and other mycobacterioses.
January 2009 - present
SCIEX
Position
  • Support Specialist
October 1998 - October 2018
University of Lodz
Position
  • Professor (Associate)

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Projects (4)
Project
The aim of the project is to develop an innovative diagnostic LC-MS/MS method for the detection of Mycobacterium tuberculosis complex (M.tb) and MOTT (other than M. tuberculosis) group of mycobacteria with simultaneous determination of sensitivity or resistance to antimycobacterial drugs. The diagnostic method is a breakthrough due to the improvement of the tuberculosis diagnosis process. This will result in the reduction of the diagnostics time & costs with parallel gain of the sensitivity, specificity and the range of diagnosis result.
Archived project
Determination of the oxidation reaction rate of selected sulfides and mercaptans as representatives of organosulfur compounds depending on the type of advanced oxidation technology used and selected parameters of the reaction environment. Determining of oxidation kinetics of sulfides and mercaptans in constructed AOT systems.