Dr. Katarzyna Gustaw MD PhD
Dr Gustaw is a graduate of the Medical Academy of Lublin in Poland where she studied medicine and neurology.
She has also undertaken further studies in neurology and clinical pharmacology at the University of Brussels and holds a doctorate in Neuropharmacology from the Medical Academy of Lublin.
Two further fellowships in topics related to Neurology have taken her to continue her studies at the University of Tel Aviv and shortly after that to the Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio.
In recent years, Dr. Gustaw
has followed her
particular interest in neurodegenerative diseases and Alzheimers disease.
has many publications to her
Of particular interest to our meeting is her
involvement with Borreliosis studies.
studies in this field include (with co-authors), ‘Neurological and psychological symptoms after severe, acute neuroborreliosis’, ‘Dysarthria as the isolated clinical symptom of borreliosis – a case report’ and she
was the sole author of a study into Chronic Fatigue Syndrome following tick-borne disease.
In 2000 she
undertook a project for the Polish Research Council
upon Neurological, neuropsychological and immunological aspects of neuroborreliosis and Tick Borne Encephalitis (TBE).
also has many other published papers in neurology and neurodegenerative disease to her
Dr. Gustaw is currently Assistant Professor and lecturer at the Univeristy of Lublin specialising in speech defects and applied linguistics.
She is also appointed as Assistant Professor in the Department of Neurodegenerative Disorders at the Institute of Agricultural Medicine where she sees patients with Alzheimers Disease.
also undertakes to advise the Alzheimers Association of Poland