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Michał Zieliński

Michał Zieliński (born 6 May 1984) is a former Polish professional footballer who played as a forward. He played for Polonia Bytom, Korona Kielce, GKS Katowice, and Górnik Zabrze. Zieliński also played for the Poland national team in 2008.

Football Career

In January 2007, Zieliński moved to Polonia Bytom from Concordia Knurów. In February 2010, he joined Korona Kielce. Later that year, he was loaned to GKS Katowice on a one-year deal. In January 2012, he moved to Górnik Zabrze on a loan deal lasting until June 2012. Zieliński won the III liga Opole–Silesia in the 2014–15 season.

Scientific Researcher

Michal Zielinski is also the name of a scientific researcher who has published work on topics such as:

Zielinski has worked for Piramal Pharma Solutions and LumiraDx. He received a PROTEO Graduate Scholarship and the Jonathan Glover Trust Prize in Microbiology from the University of Dundee.

Michał Zieliński

Early Life and Education

Michał Zieliński was born on 6 May 1984. He is a former Polish professional footballer who played as a forward. He played for the Poland national team in 2008 and has been associated with football clubs such as Polonia Bytom, Concordia Knurów, Korona Kielce, GKS Katowice, and Górnik Zabrze.

Career

Zieliński has had a diverse career spanning sales, driving instruction, and scientific research. He has been a driving instructor since 2009 and is the director of Mike's Way Driving School in Watford, United Kingdom. He has built a five-star reputation and expanded his business to include additional driving instructors. Zieliński is also a registered Fleet Trainer, offering services to assess employees' driving skills for companies that provide vehicles to their staff.

In addition to his work as a driving instructor, Zieliński has had a career in scientific research. He has published multiple articles in the fields of biochemistry and structural biology. He conducted experimental research for his PhD dissertation on the malarial protein kinase PfCLK1. Zieliński has also worked with various organizations, including McGill University, Piramal Pharma Solutions, Università degli Studi di Verona, and LumiraDx.

Publications

Zieliński's publications include:

- Probing the molecular and structural elements of ligands binding to the active site versus an allosteric pocket of the human farnesyl pyrophosphate synthase (Bioorganic & Medicinal Chemistry Letters, 2015)

Michał Zieliński

Michał Zieliński (born 6 May 1984) is a former Polish professional footballer who played as a forward. He played for several clubs, including Polonia Bytom, Korona Kielce, GKS Katowice, and Górnik Zabrze, and represented the Poland national team in 2008. Zieliński now works as a driving instructor and is the director of Mike's Way Driving School in Watford, United Kingdom. He has been a driving instructor since 2009 and is also a registered Fleet Trainer. Zieliński offers driving lessons to novice drivers and assesses employees' driving skills for companies.

Football Career

Zieliński had a notable football career in Poland, playing for multiple clubs and representing the national team in 2008. Here is an overview of his career timeline:

Scientific Research

Outside of his football career, Zieliński has been involved in scientific research. He has co-authored several publications, including:




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