PhD (Biochemistry), University of Agricultural Sciences, Poland
PDF (Nutrition), University of Uppsala, Sweden
PDF (Nutritional Biochemistry), University of Manitoba, Canada
MSc (Microbiology), University of Agricultural Sciences, Poland
Dr. Slominski is focused on:
Development of new generation enzyme supplements for poultry and swine.
Enzyme hydrolysis products, yeast-derived products, and nucleotides as prebiotics and natural alternatives to antibiotics in poultry and swine nutrition.
Non-starch polysaccharides, resistant starch, oligosaccharides, glucosinolates, phytate, glycoproteins and dietary fiber components: Measurement and relevance to feedstuffs quality and exogenous enzyme application.
Quality characteristics and nutritive value of new feed ingredients.
Current research projects
Effective use of novel canola feed ingredients.
Novel bioactives of yeast: Enzymatic release, identification and their prebiotic effects.
Understanding the impacts of canola meal on gut microbiota and potential prebiotic effect of enzymatically-released bioactive fibre components and the long term effects of high levels of canola meal inclusion.
Development of a tool for rapid analysis of glucosinolate content in canola meal.