Professor Miroslaw Dziuk is specialized in the field of nuclear medicine. In 1999 he received his MD PhD title, and in 2005 he gained the next level of academic excellence (in Poland – “habilitation”) with a dissertation entitled “The assessment of risk of cardiovascular events, based on scintigraphy and computed tomography.” He had his academic training at the Department of Nuclear Medicine at St. Bartholomew’s Hospital in Great Britain, where he obtained the degree of Master of Science with Merit. He participated in many training courses, including one at the Centre of PET/CT at the University Hospital in Zurich, finished by obtaining the European Certificate of 2nd degree, qualifying for the evaluation of the PET/CT in accordance with the recommendations of international scientific societies. Currently, he is head of the Department of Nuclear Medicine at the Military Institute of Medicine. He is the deputy editor of “Nuclear Medicine Review” and author of numerous publications on the diagnosis of cancer and cardiovascular disease. He is an experienced doctor who cares about the health of the patient, building a relationship based on partnership and trust.
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