Tomasz graduated from the Faculty of Biotechnology and Horticulture at the University of Agriculture in Krakow with a master’s degree in bioengineering. He has been a co-author of publications and conference reports in the field of bioremediation. He is a regular participant and speaker at national and international conferences. From 2018 to 2019, he was the chief bioengineer and specialist for 3D bioprinting at the Foundation of Research and Science Development and implemented the project 3D bioprinting of bionic pancreas. He performed and supervised the printing of the first fully vascularized prototype of the bionic pancreas in the world. In the course of his professional work, he has mastered GLP and GEP standards. Apart from laboratory work, he was also responsible for handling customer orders, evaluation and analysis of test results and reporting in the ARM system. At Polbionica, as the main specialist in 3D bioprinting, he is responsible for producing and improving the bio-ink composition, overengineering the 3D bioprinting technology with the use of living cells, supporting and controlling the bioprinting process in real time, reacting to changes in parameters and modifying the settings of the bioprinter, conducting preliminary quality control of printout, describing ready-made 3D printouts according to order parameters.