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Mateusz Płatos

Psychologist, doctor of social sciences, researcher and lecturer at the Faculty of Psychology at the University of Warsaw, vice president of the Association for Social Innovations “Mary and Max”. He conducts research on the functioning of people on the autism spectrum in close relationships, modern methods of supporting this group, as well as social aspects of neurodiversity. He gained experience, among others at the Center for Autism Research and Treatment at the University of California, Los Angeles. Editor and co-author of the report “The National Autism Census. The situation of adolescents and adults with autism in Poland” (2016).

Krzysztof Szalecki

MD. Since 2012, he has been working at the Nervous System Cancer Clinic of the Oncology Center of the Institute in Warsaw. During his professional career, he gained comprehensive knowledge and experience in the treatment of diseases of the nervous system. He perfected his skills during numerous courses and internships, including at the Medical University of Seoul, the Queen Square National Neurological and Neurosurgical Hospital in London or the Ichilov Medical Center in Tel Aviv. He participated in the surgical treatment programs for Tourrete’s syndrome and obsessive-compulsive disorders. He is particularly interested in functional neurosurgery and the treatment of pain syndromes with the use of minimally invasive and surgical methods.

Adam Hamed

PhD is a neuropsychopharmacologist, pharmacist and neuroscientist, presently researcher in Laboratory of Spatial Memory, Nencki Institute of Experimental Biology, Polish Academy of Sciences. His main research is related to individual differences in the activation of the reward system controlled by emission of ultrasonic vocalization, and biological and neurochemical basis of this phenomena. His research interest is focused on building neurochemical maps (patterns) of activation of the reward system in different behavioral models related to social interactions, drug addiction and reward prediction. This kind of maps will provide finding new potential mechanisms of drug action in many neuropsychiatric disorders related with reward processing.

Miron Kursa

Master of Physics, PhD in Computer Science, Assistant Professor at the Interdisciplinary Modeling Center of the University of Warsaw. He deals with mathematical modeling and the development of knowledge discovery systems and them applications in the life sciences, in particular in neurobiology.

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