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Doctoral School – Information for candidates:

Based on the Senate’s Resolution No. 2462, December 14th 2022, on the approval of the recruitment conditions and procedure to the Doctoral School of Wrocław Medical University for the academic year 2023/2024 and the Rector’s Ordinance of Wrocław Medical University No. 1/XVR/2022, January 10th 2022, on the implementation of the “Regulations for submitting research topics at the Doctoral School of Wrocław Medical University” we present a list of research topics approved by the Coordinators of individual Disciplines and accepted by the Rector as part of the Recruitment to the Doctoral School for the year 2023/2024.

PhD Thesis Topics List: Tematy badawcze na stronę popr_0

  • The exams are held in the Doctoral School Office, room 1, 5 Mikulicza-Radeckiego Street.

The recruitment procedure includes:

  • having an initial interview with the Head of the Unit on the research topic submitted by the supervisor,
  • registration in the IRK system
  • submission of the required documents according to the list of attachments and additional documents in the period from 15 May 2023 to 26 May 2023.
  • All documents should be submitted in a white folder with an elastic band, in document sleeve, fastened and numbered.


TERMS AND PROCEDURES 2024-2025 (1)(en)



app. 1.2. STATEMENT of a person submitting a research topic(1)(en)

app. 1.3 Candidate Statement(1)(en)

app. 1.4 Criterion (1)(en)


The Doctoral School’s Office

5 J. Mikulicza-Radeckiego Street,

50-345 Wroclaw

Office opening hours:

Monday – 12:00-15:00

Tuesday 11:00-15:00

Wednesday 11:00-15:00

Thursday 8:00-12:00

Friday – internal work of the Office



Office Manager

Kinga Luchowska, MA

room 3

tel.: 71  784 11 59



Doctoral student assistance:

Senior Administrative Specialist

Anna Zawłodzka, MA

(administrative services for doctoral studies – recruitment, didactics)

room 4

tel.: 71 784 17 15



Senior Specialist

Agnieszka Adamska

(administrative services – maternity leave, scholarships, reports, mid-term evaluation)

room 5

tel.: 71 784 19 45



Specialist for Administrative Support for the Doctoral School

Dorota Grębska-Krawczyk

(administrative services – implementation doctorate, reports, individual research plan, extension of doctoral studies)

room 2

tel.: 71 784 11 58




Director of the Doctoral School

Prof. Mirosław Banasik, PhD

room no 3

tel.: 71 784 19 44

Office hours of the Director of the Doctoral School of Wroclaw Medical University:

Tuesday 14:00 – 15:00


Deputy Director of the Doctoral School

Justyna Rybka, PhD,

room 3

tel: 71 784 19 44

Council of the Doctoral School of Wroclaw Medical University

Prof. Mirosław Banasik, PhD – Director of the Doctoral School – Chair

Prof. Tomasz Wróbel, PhD – Discipline of Medical Sciences

Justyna Rybka, PhD – Discipline of Medical Sciences

Prof. Małgorzata Krzystek-Korpacka, PhD – Discipline of Medical Sciences

Marcin Protasiewicz, PhD, university professor – Discipline of Medical Sciences

Maciej Dobrzyński, PhD university professor – Medical and dentistry field of study

Justyna Rybka, Julita Kulbacka, university professor – Discipline of Pharmaceutical Sciences

Marcin Mączyński, PhD, university professor – Discipline of Pharmaceutical Sciences

Prof. Izabella Uchmanowicz, PhD Izabella Uchmanowicz – Discipline of Health Sciences

Aleksandra Królikowska, PhD – Discipline of Health Sciences

DDS Stanisław Supplitt – representative of PhD students


Office for Persons with Disabilities (BON)

Special needs are not only about having a disability certificate. The university will also help you in other difficult situations so that you can feel as comfortable as possible. We create a space in which we make sure that every person associated with our university, from the very first steps taken during the recruitment process or later, during their studies or as an employee of the University, feels safe and functions without any obstacles in the academic community that we create together.

To this end, a new organizational unit has been established in the structure of the university – the Office for Persons with Disabilities (BON), which supports the activities of the Rector’s Plenipotentiary for Disabled Students and PhD Students. The main objective of joining forces of the Rector’s Plenipotentiary with BON at the Medical University of Wrocław is to provide conditions for full participation in various spheres of academic activity and for employment at the university on the basis of equal opportunities.

The detailed scope of activities of the BON is specified in the Organizational Regulations of the University.

Thanks to various forms of support for the education process and employment of people with disabilities and people with special needs, the Medical University of Silesia received EU funds as part of the “Accessible University” competition. The University is implementing a project entitled “Medical University – we eliminate barriers in minds, hearts and architecture”, thanks to which the Office for Persons with Disabilities was established.

Office for Persons with Disabilities – contact:

Iwona Sojka, M.A.

Student Affairs Team

tel. 71 324 14 69



Ewelina Biszto, M.A.

Student Affairs Team

tel. 71 324 14 69



General principles of support

Dignity, autonomy, subjectivity – that is, taking into account the autonomy of people with special needs, including persons with disabilities, including their right to decide about themselves.

The principle of partnership – expressed in counteracting the exclusion of people with special needs, including people with disabilities, and maintaining appropriate relationships with them.

The principle of equality, including equal opportunities and equal responsibilities – care not only for the implementation of equal rights for persons with disabilities, but also (by ensuring these rights) enforcement of the fulfillment of student duties at the same level as in the case of students without disabilities.

The principle of individualisation of support – adaptations of the study process of a person with a disability are always prepared in response to his/her individual educational needs resulting from the specificity of the health condition at a given moment and the specificity of a given course, including the conditions in which it takes place.

Privacy protection principle – prohibition of arbitrary or unlawful interference in private life, family life, home or correspondence, other types of communication, prohibition of unlawful damage to the honor and reputation of a person with a disability, including the protection of his/her personal data.

The principle of developing the potential of a person with special needs – in particular related to the field of study they are studying. It means the selection of adaptations that would allow the student to acquire knowledge and develop practical skills.

The principle of rationality of adaptation – assumes proposing economically rational adaptations, effectively equalizing opportunities for people with disabilities and guaranteeing the maintenance of academic standards.

The principle of maintaining the academic standard – i.e. preparing the adaptation of studies while maintaining the substantive criteria applicable to all students of a given field of study.

The principle of applying support that is closest to the standard course of classes – i.e. the use of such a form of support that in a rational way equalizes the child’s chances in accessing the educational offer considered optimal in a given field of study.

The principle of the primacy of universal design – promoting equal and thus fair access to goods and services for all learners, taking into account their needs, the functioning of which is limited in some aspects.

The right to continuity and quality of support during the process of education, scientific activity, employment – the right to receive continuous support at the highest level, so that graduates of the Medical University of Silesia have knowledge, skills and social competences valued in the labor market. Adapting education, scientific activity and employment to the changing needs of the environment.