Associate Professor Monika Michalczuk, PhD – graduate of the Faculty of Animal Sciences and the Faculty of Economics and Agriculture of the Warsaw University of Life Sciences. She earned her agricultural science doctorate in zootechnics in 2006 with her dissertation on “The impact of selected substitute antibiotic growth promoters on broiler chick rearing”. In 2007, she completed a post-graduate programme in animal production in Poland after its integration with the European Union,at the Warsaw University of Life Sciences (thesis title: “Combating and limiting Salmonella infections in line with new EU regulations”). Since 2007, she has been working at the Poultry Breeding Division of the Faculty of Animal Sciences of the Warsaw University of Life Sciences.
She is the author of 80 research articles and 30 popular scientificpublications targeting poultry breeders, as well as 40 domestic and international conference reports. Monika Michalczuk has participated in numerous courses and training programmes on topics such as the future of food development, the veterinary requirements regarding direct sales of animal products,and animal product manufacturing and sale as part of marginal, localised and restricted activity, ecological production, as well as the commercialisation of life science research results. She specialises in intensive poultry production systems and devising methods for acquiring new animal products with increased nutritional value.