Wiesław Przybylski is the professorial head of the Department of Food Gastronomy and Food Hygiene in the Faculty of Human Nutrition and Consumer Sciences at the Warsaw University of Life Sciences. He earned a PhD in animal science and then completed a 10-month postdoc scientific practice at the Station of Research of Meat in Theix and at the Station of Quantitative and Applied Genetics in Jouy en Josas (near Paris) of INRA (the Institut National de la Recherche Agronomique) in France. He was vice dean of research for four years (2008–2012). He worked in Siedlce Agricultural University, in Białystok Technical University and as director of the Primary and Secondary School in Brańszczyk. He lectures in the following courses: technology products of animal origin, meat technology, food technology, genetics, nutrigenomics. Professor Przybylski has supervised 75 graduate engineering students, 63 master’s students, and 7 PhD students while tutoring a further 3 PhD dissertations. He has authored 310 publications and 5 books for secondary schools and universities. His areas of research interest are the effect of environmental and genetic factors on meat quality, traditional foods, and applications of multidimensional statistical methods in food technology. Professor Przybylski is a member of three scientific societies: Polish Society of Animal Sciences, Polish Society of Food Technology, and Polish Society of Nutritional Sciences. He was awarded the Medal of the National Education Commission and also the Medal of the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development.
Areas of Research / Professional Expertise
His areas of research interest are the effect of environmental and genetic factors on meat quality, nutrigenomics, traditional foods, and applications of multidimensional statistical methods in food technology.
Professor Przybylski is married to Agnes and they have three daughters and three sons. He is a Christian grateful to God for everything. His hobby is running and literature.