Biomedical Signals Laboratory

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Biomedical Signals Laboratory

Division of Radiology Informatics and Statistics

Faculty of Health Sciences with the Institute of Marine and Tropical Medicine


The Biomedical Signals Laboratory is a new center established at the Faculty of Health Sciences at the Medical University of Gdańsk. The aim of the Laboratory is to help research teams and scientists at the Medical University of Gdańsk to analyze the measurement results obtained. In addition to performing frequency analysis, the Laboratory’s experienced team also offers assistance in biomedical signal acquisition and consultation for ongoing research and development projects.


  • preliminary preparation of signals for analys,
  • frequency and time-frequency analyses of the recorded signal,
  • wide range of statistical analyses of the obtained results,
  • using artificial intelligence in the processing of recorded signals,
  • assistance in biomedical signal acquisition and in the interpretation of the results obtained,
  • consultations to prepare a scientific project,
  • developing scientific publications,
  • joint application for grant projects.


Publications that have been developed by using the research methods described:

1. Starzyk J, Gruszecki M, Tutaj K, Luchowski R, Szlazak R, Wasko P, Grudzinski W, Czub J, Gruszecki WI. Self-association of amphotericin B: spontaneous formation of molecular structures responsible for the toxic side effects of the antibiotic. J Phys Chem B. 2014 Dec 4;118(48):13821-32

2. Zielińska J, Wieczór M, Bączek T, Gruszecki M, Czub J. Thermodynamics and kinetics of amphotericin B self-association in aqueous solution characterized in molecular detail. Sci Rep. 2016 8;6:19109

3. Weber E, Liberek T, Wołyniec W, Gruszecki M, Rutkowski B. Survival of tunneled hemodialysis catheters after percutaneous placement. Acta Biochim Pol. 2016;63(1):139-143

4. Gruszecki M, Lancaster G, Stefanovska A, Neary JP, Dech RT, Guminski W, Frydrychowski AF, Kot J, Winklewski PJ. Human subarachnoid space width oscillations in the resting state. Sci Rep. 2018 Feb 15;8(1):3057

5. Nuckowska MK, Gruszecki M, Kot J, Wolf J, Guminski W, Frydrychowski AF, Wtorek J, Narkiewicz K, Winklewski PJ. Impact of slow breathing on the blood pressure and subarachnoid space width oscillations in humans. Sci Rep. 2019

6. Winklewski PJ, Wolf J, Gruszecki M, Wszedybyl-Winklewska M, Narkiewicz K. Current understanding of the effects of inspiratory resistance on the interactions between systemic blood pressure, cerebral perfusion, intracranial pressure, and cerebrospinal fluid dynamics. J Appl Physiol. 2019 Nov 1;127(5):1206-1214

7. Gruszecka A, Gruszecki M, Neary JP, Singh J, Teckchandani T, Waskow M, Wszedybyl-Winklewska M, Guminski W, Frydrychowski AF, Rumiński J, Lass P, Kratzig GP, Winklewski PJ. Comparison of near infrared spectroscopy (NIRS) and near-infrared transillumination-backscattering sounding (NIR-T/BSS) methods. Sci Rep. 2020 29;10(1):18668

8. Gruszecka A, Nuckowska MK, Waskow M, Kot J, Winklewski PJ, Guminski W, Frydrychowski AF, Wtorek J, Bujnowski A, Lass P, Stankovski T, Gruszecki M. Coupling between Blood Pressure and Subarachnoid Space Width Oscillations during Slow Breathing. Entropy (Basel). 2021 Jan 15;23(1):113

9. Gruszecka A, Waskow M, Malkiewicz MA, Neary JP, Singh J, Teckchandani T, Kratzig GP, Wszedybyl-Winklewska M, Frydrychowski AF, Rumiński J, Głowacka N, Lass P, Winklewski PJ, Gruszecki M. Mild poikilocapnic hypoxia increases very low frequency haemoglobin oxygenation oscillations in prefrontal cortex. Biol Res. 2021 14;54(1):39

The chief coordinator of the Biomedical Signals Laboratory is Dr. Habil. Marcin Gruszecki, Assoc. Prof. He received a master’s degree in theoretical physics in 2005 and a PhD in physics in 2009, from Maria Curie-Skłodowska University in Lublin. From 2009 to 2011, he held a postdoctoral fellowship at the University of Warwick, funded by the Royal Society of London. Since 2013, he has been employed at the Medical University of Gdansk, and additionally at the Gdansk University of Technology since 2019. He received his habilitation in health sciences from the Medical University of Gdansk in 2018. Prof. Gruszecki has been involved in numerous projects in astrophysics, molecular simulations and biomedical data analysis. He has held several research internships abroad: in Germany (Max Planck Institute), the UK (University of Warwick, Lancaster University, St Andrews University), France (CEA Saclay), the USA (Stanford University), Canada (University of Regina) and Macedonia (St Cyril and Methodius University). He is currently working with researchers from Lancaster University, University of Regina and Gdansk University of Technology.



Dr. Habil. Marcin Gruszecki, Assoc. Prof.

Division of Radiology Informatics and Statistics
Medical University of Gdańsk
Tuwima 15 Street
80-214 Gdańsk

Phone 58 349 30 10

photo Paweł Sudara/MUG