| Dr. Aleksandra Niedzwiecki, a Member of the Board of the Dr. Rath Health Foundation, also serves as an Executive Vice President and Vice President of Research at Matthias Rath, Inc.
Dr. Niedzwiecki received her Ph.D. in biochemistry from the University of Warsaw, Poland.
During her scientific career Dr. Niedzwiecki, who worked directly with two Nobel Laureates (G. Edelman and L. Pauling), has been inspired by Dr. Rath’s scientific ideas, which were instrumental in shifting her research focus to the field of nutrients and cardiovascular disease. She started research collaboration with Dr. Rath at the Linus Pauling Institute in California and followed him as the Head of Cardiovascular Research at that institution. She joined Dr. Rath’s research and development firm in Cellular Medicine shortly after its establishment.
Dr. Niedzwiecki has worked with Dr. Rath for about ten years in the area of research and development. In addition, she has been involved in various non-profit activities, including the Dr. Rath Health Foundation.
Throughout her career, Aleksandra has won awards and research grants for her research into the biochemical link between disease and nutrients. Dr. Niedzwiecki has over 60 original research contributions published in prestigious professional journals, including the Journal of Biological Chemistry, Arteriosclerosis and Molecular Cell Biology, as book chapters and other scientific publications. She has also given numerous scientific and public presentations in the US and at various international meetings.
She is a Fellow of the American College of Nutrition, an associate editor of Cellular Health Communications and a member of the editorial board of the Healthy and Natural Journal. Dr. Niedzwiecki’s popular science articles have been published in many industry journals such as Whole Foods, Alive, and Healthy and Natural Journal.
She is the member of the American Heart Association, American Medical Women’s Association, Council on Arteriosclerosis and the American Academy for the Advancement of Science.