Aleksandra Stefaniak

Aleksandra Stefaniak

dermatologist, aesthetic medicine doctor
  • Polish
  • English

Specialization: In the course of specialization in dermatology and venereology. Psychothermatologist.

Experience: Research and teaching assistant at the Department of Dermatology, Venereology and Allergology of the Medical University of Piastów Śląskich in Wrocław, where she also conducts specialization training. In 2022, she defended with honors her doctoral thesis on chronic skin pruritus in diabetes. Recipient of the prestigious St. Otto Braun-Falco, as part of which she completed an internship at the university hospital in Münster (Germany), where she gained experience in the treatment of skin itching and worked scientifically. A year later, she received a Scholarship from the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) to continue her research work. In 2022, she won the Award of the Main Board of the Polish Dermatological Society for the best scientific publication. She also gained professional experience during numerous internships in European clinical centers, e.g. in Germany, the Czech Republic and Portugal. She is a certified psychodermatologist of the European Society of Dermatology and Psychiatry (ESDaP). For years, she has been participating in local and nationwide campaigns for early detection of melanoma. In addition to clinical dermatology, she is also interested in anti-aging medicine. Her favorite treatments include those using high-energy lasers.

Training and scientific works: Author and co-author of over 30 scientific papers of national and international scope. She regularly expands her knowledge by participating in conferences and courses in the field of dermatology, dermatoscopy and aesthetic dermatology in Poland and at international congresses.

Membership: Member of international scientific societies.

Other: She completed a course for doctors in the field of equal treatment of the Trans-Fuzja Foundation.

Privately, she likes handicrafts (especially ceramics and painting), long walks with her dog, discovering new places and learning.