Jolanta Malysko

DOB 15/06/1964
POB Bialystok, Poland
I was born June 15th, 1964 in Bialystok, Poland. In my hometown I finished primary and high school with distinction. I study medicine in Medical University of Bialystok, Poland and graduated with diploma with distinction for the highest notes in 1989. All scientific and medical career is associated with nephrology and transplantation. I am board certified specialist in internal medicine (1995), nephrology (1998), clinical transplantation (2004), hypertension (2006) and diabetology (2010) in Poland. From 2002 I am a full Professor in my Alma Mater. In 1992 I defended my PhD theses in Poland on hemostasis in chronic renal failure. In 1993-1994 I was granted with the scholarship from the Japanese Ministry of Education (Monbusho) in 2nd Department of Physiology, Hamamatsu University School of Medicine, Japan. In 1995 I received Ph.D. at Hamamatsu University School of Medicine (FK 506 effects on platelet function in vitro). My clinical training were performed in the Intensive Care Unit with Toxicology Center, Nephrology Department, Centre Hospitaliser Universitaire Rouen, France (1992), Department of Nephrology and Rheumatology, Heinrich-Heine University, Dusseldorf, Germany (EDTA-ERA scholarship, 1997), King’s College of London (2010), Ichilov Hospital, Tel Aviv (2011). I am also an European Specialist in Clinical Hypertension. In January 2007 I became a fellow of ASN (FASN) and in 2013 I was granted with distinguished title of FERA. I served as a reviewer for nephrological peer-review journals, NephSAP (from 2006) and grants for international societies and FP7 (EU). I organized peritoneal dialysis program and hypertension outpatient clinic in the Department of Nephrology, Medical University of Bialystok. I have been working for several years as a member of the working group on the early detection of CKD within framework of the Polish Society of Nephrology. Currently I am a Member of the Executive Council of the Polish Society of Nephrology and member of the Executive Council of the Polish Society of Transplantation. Previously I served as a secretary general of the Polish Society of Nephrology (2004-2007). I am a member of ERA-EDTA from 1996. I also served as Professor Associe Universite du Quebec a Trois Rivieres, Canada (2008-2011).
My research interest are iron metabolism and anemia in CKD, cardiovascular complications in CKD. I am author and co-author of over 300 original papers in peer-reviewed journals, over 100 review papers and 27 book chapters (IF over 420, citations over 3000 and h-index-24). I am a mother of three boys. My hobbies are tourism and foreign languages.