Wieslaw Jerzy Cubala, M.D., Ph.D. is a Research Associate at the Department of Psychiatry at the Medical University of Gdansk, Poland. His research interests focus on the psychopharmacology of anxiety and mood disorders with particular interest in the serotonin 1A receptor function in major depression.
Dr. Cubala’s PhD thesis was focused on the issue of the neuroendocrine challenge with buspirone in drug naive patients with major depressive disorder. As a continuation of his psychopharmacological interests, Dr. Cubala runs a project on monoaminergic and proinflammatory activity measures in depression.
Dr. Cubala is also engaged in training initiatives in postgraduate education in psychiatry. He is devoted to teaching the clinical and research aspects of psychopharmacology. He is engaged in the development of the national treatment guideline for mood and anxiety disorders.
Dr. Cubala loves music and travelling. He is, above all, a family man with a strong belief in human beings.