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Supporting the tomorrow
Scientific Board

SUPPORTING
TOMORROW

In 2017 our team started with the ambitious ReMedy project "Regenerative Mechanisms for Health” carried on within the International Research Agendas program of the Foundation for Polish Science. 
In 2020 we became a cornerstone for the newly constituted institute of the Polish Academy of Sciences, created in partnership with University Medical Center Göttingen, Germany. The final and important step was a strategic agreement between PAS and the University of Warsaw concerning the joint project of setting up...

The International Institute of Molecular Mechanisms and Machines (IMol).

IMol has been established to conduct scientific research and provide training in the fields of biological, chemical, medical, biotechnological, bioinformatics, biophysical, pharmacological, and similar sciences, in the international environment conducive to collaborative efforts, research and development interactions with biotechnological industry, and wide dissemination of our results. We aim at the development of solutions that will help everyone on this planet live a safer life.

SCIENTIFIC BOARD OF IMOL

The science research work of IMol is carried out under the guidance of the Scientific Board, consisting of  respected scientists from prestigious universities:

Massachusetts Institute of Technology,

Cambridge, MA, USA

PROF. PHILLIP A. SHARP

NOBEL LAUREATE

CHAIR

Friedrich Miescher Institute for Biomedical Research,

Switzerland

PROF.

WITOLD FILIPOWICZ

VICE CHAIR

International Institute of Molecular Mechanisms and Machines (IMol), Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw, Poland

PROF.

AGNIESZKA CHACINSKA

Wellcome Trust Centre for Mitochondrial Research, Newcastle, UK

PROF.

ZOFIA CHRZANOWSKA - LIGHTOWLERS

The George S. Wise Faculty of Life Science, Tel Aviv University, Israel

PROF. EHUD GAZIT

Institute of Organic Chemistry and Biochemistry of the Czech Academy of Sciences, Czechia

DR. ZDENĚK HOSTOMSKÝ

International Institute of Molecular Mechanisms and Machines (IMol), Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw, Poland

PROF.

MAGDA KONARSKA

Max Planck Institute for Biophysical Chemistry, Germany

PROF.

REINHARD LÜHRMANN

CEITEC – Central European Institute of Technology, Czechia

PROF.

MARY ANNE O´CONNELL

University of Pavia, Italy;

King’s College London, UK

PROF.

ANNALISA PASTORE

Cellular Biochemistry, University Medical Center Göttingen, Germany

PROF. PETER REHLING

Department of Neuro and Sensory Physiology, University Medical Center Göttingen, Germany

PROF. SILVIO RIZZOLI

Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznan, Poland

PROF.

ZOFIA SZWEYKOWSKA - KULINSKA

DIRECTORS

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Director

PROF.
AGNIESZKA CHACINSKA

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Deputy Director

for Science

PROF. MAGDA KONARSKA

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Deputy Director

for Administration

RADOSŁAW JODZIS

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Deputy Director for Research and Development

JAN KUTNER, PhD

Institute Management
Corporte info & documents

CORPORATE INFO & DOCUMENTS

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The International Institute

of Molecular Mechanisms and Machines
Polish Academy of Sciences

Międzynarodowy Instytut

Mechanizmów i Maszyn Molekularnych

Polskiej Akademii Nauk

NIP: PL7011013688

REGON: 387899800

RIN: RIN-II-71/20

ePUAP ID: IMol

ePUAP address: /IMol/imolpan

Bank account:

PL 31 1130 1017 0020 1582 5520 0001

Bank Gospodarstwa Krajowego S.A.

Al. Jerozolimskie 7,

00-955 Warszawa, Poland

BIC (SWIFT): GOSKPLPW

ul. Flisa 6

02-247 Warszawa, Poland

tel. +48 607 435 448

e-mail: welcome@imol.institute

IMol Statute

Polish Version

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IMol Statute

English Version

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IMol Gender Equality Plan

English Version 

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Organizational chart

Polish Version

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Zgodnie z obowiązującym prawem atomowym informuje się, że działalność prowadzona przez Międzynarodowy Instytut Mechanizmów i Maszyn Molekularnych Polskiej Akademii Nauk, IMol, mieszczący się przy ul. Marcina Flisa 6, 02-247 Warszawa, która związana jest ze stosowaniem otwartych źródeł promieniotwórczych, nie wpływa negatywnie na zdrowie ludzi oraz środowisko.

Following the current atomic legislation, we hereby declare that the activities related to the use of open radioactive sources carried out by the International Institute of Molecular Mechanisms and Machines of the Polish Academy of Sciences, IMol, located on Marcina Flisa 6, 02-247 Warsaw, do not negatively affect human health and the environment.

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