Prof. Franciszek BurdanMD PhD, ERT received PhD (1999) and habilitation degree (2004) from Medical University of Lublin (Poland), master of science degree in human biology (anthropology) from Wroclaw University (2011) and professor degree from President of Poland in 2008. He is a radiologist and European Registered Toxicologist. Presently works as a professor of medicine at the Human Anatomy Department of Medical University of Lublin, senior assistant at the Radiology Department of St. John’s Cancer Center. Author or coauthor of over 190 original and review peer-reviewed publications, case reports and scientific letters, as well as three anatomical books. Most of his output focuses on morphology as well as developmental and organ toxicity. He incorporated various radiological techniques into experimental teratology. Member of editorial boards of Aperito Journal of Endocrine System and Enzymology,British Journal of Medicine and Medical Research, Folia Morphologica, Global Journal of Anthropology Research, International Journal of Orthopaedics, International Journal of Medical Imaging, Journal of Advances in Medical and Pharmaceutical Science, The Open Access Journal of Science and Technology, The Open Bioinformatics Journal.He was a mentor in ten completed PhD dissertations. His scientific achievement was honored by Polish Minster of Health, International Society for the Study of Xenobiotics, Teratology Society, European Teratology Society, International Federation of Anatomical Societies, Polish Scientific Foundation, OIC Poland Foundation and Polish Toxicological Society.