Professor Anna Dmoszyńska, MD, PhD is a specialist in internal medicine, hematology, and clinical transplantation. For 22 years (1991–2013) Anna Dmoszyńska was the Head of the Department of Hematooncology and Bone Marrow Transplantation of the Medical University of Lublin. Currently, she works at the Independent Unit of Clinical Transplantology of the Medical University of Lublin.
She continued her post-doctoral studies at the 7th Department of the University of Paris, where she defended her dissertation on methods of isolating and testing platelet function, and was awarded the title of "Assistant Etranger de l,Universite Paris VII-eme". She also participated in foreign training in Copenhagen, Vienna, Prague, and Milan. In 2003–2011, she was the Vice-President of the Polish Society of Hematology and Transfusion Medicine. She is the chair and also the founder of the Polish Myeloma Group, and a board member of the European Myeloma Network. She was an editor or co-editor of several books on hematology and two books on multiple myeloma. She published about 700 articles in the national and foreign press, including 235 in reviewed journals with a significant impact factor (IF). Total IF of published works is 685.013 and the number of citations according to Web of Science is 5239 (without self-citations), last Hirsch index 30. In 2012, she received a prestigious award of the Ministry of Science and Higher Education for outstanding scientific achievements.
Many times she has been the leader of citations and among employees of the Medical University of Lublin. For achievements in research work she received 13 times the award of the Polish Minister of Health. She supervised 24 doctor of medical sciences dissertations, and 7 doctors from her team were awarded a post-doctoral degree in medical sciences, while two of them received the title of professor of medical sciences.