She received the Diploma degree in chemistry in 2001, and the Ph.D. degree in chemistry (PhD thesis - Nanostructurated modified surfaces and their applications) in 2011 from the University of Bucharest, Bucharest, Romania.
Her research area includes:
- preparation of the nanostructurated silicon (porous silicon) functional sensing layers and respectively nanostructurated silicon microparticles for drug delivery;
- chemical modification of the nanostructurated surfaces;
- development of layer-by-layer self-assembled technology on different substrates like silicon, ITO, Nafion;
- synthesis and study of different nanoparticles, including size distribution analysis using dynamic light scattering method, as well as Zeta potential surface charging;
- preparation of nanocomposite structures like polymer – nanoparticle assemblies.
She is the IMT principal investigator of PN II-PCCA national funded research project “Array structures for prevention, individualized diagnosis and treatment in cancers with high risk of incidence and mortality” (2012-2014), coordinated by Institute of Oncology Bucharest.
She is the contact person for DelsaNano (Beckman Coulter, USA) equipment - MINAFAB.