Ellżbieta HUBNER-WOŹNIAK, PhD Rest in Peace
I am a biochemist, I received a Masters degree at the Department of Biology, Warsaw University (Poland), and a PhD at Institute of Hygiene and Epidemiology, Warsaw.
Poland Institution:Professor at the University of Physical Education in Warsaw. For almost 30 years, I have collaborated with Polish Wrestling Federation, conducting physiological and biochemical studies of male and female wrestlers. The results of these studies were published in Polish and international journals, and were applied in practice.
Research interests: assessment of aerobic and anaerobic performance of male and female wrestlers, and application of plasma creatine kinase (CK) activity measurements during training before main tournaments for evaluation of functional status of muscle cells (monitoring of training). It has been
acknowledged that my collaboration with trainers and competitors contributed to the international success of Polish male and female wrestlers.
Hubner-Wozniak E. and Kosmol A. Blood lactate as an indicator of match intensity in female wrestling. In: Pre-olympic Congress 2004. Thessaloniki, Grécia. de 6 a 11 de Agosto de 2004, 2004.
Hubner-Wozniak, E., W. Sendecki, and L. Ciota. Effects of training on the activity of creatine kinase and urea levels in plasma of wrestlers. Biology of Sport (Warsaw) 6:245-253, 1989.
Hubner-Wozniak, E. and W. Sendecki. Post -exercise changes in creatine kinase activity in blood plasma of wrestlers. Biology of Sport (Warsaw) 6:48-50, 1989.
Hubner-Wozniak, E. and W. Sendecki. Plasma creatine kinase and MB isoenzyme following training in wrestlers. Biology of Sport (Warsaw) 7:305-314, 1990.
Hubner-Wozniak, E. and W. Sendecki. The effect of training on the creatine kinase isoenzyme profile in plasma of wrestlers. Biology of Sport (Warsaw) 7:141-152, 1990.
Hubner-Wozniak, E., L. Ciota, and S. Krzesinski. (Metabolic effects of competition and training media in wrestling). Sport wyczynowy (Warsaw) 28:15-20, 1990.
Hubner-Wozniak, E., K. Lerczak, and J. Lapucha. Relation of creatine kinase activity in plasma to body composition in wrestlers and judoists. Biology of Sport (Warsaw) 9:169-173, 1992.
Hubner-Wozniak, E., G. Lutoslawska, W. Sendecki, D. Sitkowski, and L. Borkowski. Resting glutathione peroxidase activity in whole blood in response to various modes of training. Biology of Sport (Warsaw) 13:267-272, 1996.
Hubner-Wozniak, E., G. Lutoslawska, and W. Sendecki. Effect of training volume on the levels of salivary immunoglobulin A in wrestlers. Biology of Sport (Warsaw) 15:129-131, 1998.
Hubner-Wozniak, E., G. Lutoslawska, W. Sendecki, and W. Tadeusiak. (Training effects of plasma C-reactive protein level and creatine kinase activity in athletes.). Wychowanie fizyczne i sport-Warsaw 44:37-45, 2000.
Hubner-Wozniak, E., A. Kosmol, G. Lutoslawska, and E. Z. Bem. Anaerobic performance of arms and legs in male and female free style wrestlers. J Sci Med Sport 7:473-480, 2004.