Dr. Aleksandra Niedzwiecki
Dr. Aleksandra Niedzwiecki - Head of the Dr. Rath Research Institute. Dr. Aleksandra Niedzwiecki is one of the world's leading scientists in the field of micronutrient research. She is Head of the Dr. Rath Research Institute.
Dr. Niedzwiecki received her PhD in biochemistry from the University of Warsaw, Poland. She then worked at some of the most prestigious academic institutions, including Rockefeller University, New York, and the University of Toronto, Canada. Her expertise soon extended to the fields of molecular biology, microbiology and medicine. Her research interests included the molecular aspects of aging, cell metabolism, nutrition, cardiovascular disease, cancer and other diseases.
In the course of her extraordinary scientific career, Dr. Niedzwiecki worked closely with two Nobel Laureates, Gerald Edelman (Rockefeller University) and Linus Pauling. At the Linus Pauling Institute of Science and Medicine in Palo Alto, California, she also became acquainted with Dr. Rath.
With the foundation of the Dr. Rath Research Institute in 1999, Dr. Niedzwiecki took over the leadership of this institute. Since then the Dr. Rath Research Institute has become one of the world's leading research institutes in the field of scientifically based natural health. With more than one hundred scientific publications available on the Institute's website and on the world's largest online medicine library, PubMed, the Dr. Rath research team has significantly influenced the worldwide acceptance of vitamin research.
For Dr. Niedzwiecki, science is never an end in itself, it is always part of a social contract. In particular this contract is founded on building support amongst young people to create a preventive healthcare system, as well as a world worth living in.
“The micronutrient formulas we offer are scientifically developed and tested for their health benefits at the Dr. Rath Research Institute in California.”
Dr. Rath is the last close colleague and friend of two-time Nobel Laureate Dr. Linus Pauling: “There is no doubt in my mind that I have been thinking about Dr. Rath as my successor.”
Dr. Linus Pauling – shortly before his death in 1994.