Miłosz Parczewski, MD, PhD has received the MD diploma at the Pomeranian Medical University, Poland in 2002 and was granted a PhD diploma in molecular epidemiology in 2007. He is a practicing infectious diseases specialist (ID specialist diploma obtained in 2011), being currently a head and associate professor at the Department of Infectious, Tropical Diseases and Acquired Immunodeficiency Pomeranian Medical University, Szczecin, Poland.
His research focuses on the molecular epidemiology in HIV infection and HCV coinfection: aspects of the genetic variability of the host with the key interest in chemokine and interleukin receptor genes, HIV genetic variability - evolution of drug resistance and tropism, phylogeographic tracing of the viral transmission and recombination. Furthermore, he investigates association between genetic HIV-1 infection susceptibility and survival and variants of the host associated with the drug adverse reactions. He is a vice-president of the Polish Scientific AIDS Society and a member of European Society on Antiviral Resistance.