World-renowned specialist in the field of chemoinformatics and environmental chemistry, co-author of fundamentals of computational nanotoxicology. Since 2008 he has been managing the Laboratory of Environmental Chemometrics he created. Current research concerns the development of chemoinformatic methods for the design of nanomaterials and ionic liquids as well as an assessment of risk they may pose for human health and environment.
Prof. Puzyn is the author of over 120 scientific papers, including publications in leading journals (e.g. Nature Nanotechnology, Green Chemistry), with a total IF of over 440, and an editor of 5 books published worldwide. He gave over 20 invited talks abroad. His works have been cited more than 2’000 times and the Hirsch index is 28. He is an active member of the EU NanoSafety Cluster: coordinator of 2 projects implemented in the FP7 framework and a member of 5 HORIZON 2020 projects consortia. He cooperates with over 50 institutions from around the world. Laureate of the scholarship of the Japanese Society for the Promotion of Science, 3 FNP programs, MNiSW scholarship and the Polish Prime Minister’s award for the postdoctoral achievement.
Prof. Puzyn has promoted three doctors and his students receive prestigious awards and scholarships (including L’Oreal, MNiSW).
In the QSAR Lab Ltd. spin-off company, professor Puzyn acts as CEO and Scientific Director.