The University Emergency Hospital Bucharest is one of the largest hospitals in Romania. Its history began in 1978, with few departments but over the time, new specialities were added. In the present, there are 28 departments and over 1000 beds, which ensures emergency/medical care and university activities (teaching for the students of the University of Medicine, clinical research and post-academic education). The Neurology Department includes neurologists, researchers, neuropsychologists and support staff dedicated to the highest quality of patient care using the most advanced technologies, integrated treatments, clinical research and multi-disciplinary, integrated patient care.
Antochi Florina Anca
Senior researcher and senior neurologist in Neurology Clinic
MD, PhD; Senior researcher and senior neurologist in Neurology Clinic of University Emergency Hospital Bucharest (SUUB), Head of Research and Development Unit of SUUB. Professional path is focused on: research activity (more than 50 scientific papers reported and published in medical journals, in national and international congresses or other scientific events) and clinical activities in the Department of Neurology of SUUB, focused mostly on cerebrovascular diseases.
Ribigan (Mergeani) Athena Cristina
Assistent proffesor, primary physician in neurology, MD, PhD
MD, PhD, primary physician in neurology at University Emergency Hospital Bucharest and assistant professor at the University of Medicine and Pharmacy Carol Davila. Professional path is focused on scientific research activity and clinical activity in the Department of Neurology of SUUB, teaching seminars for undergraduate students. Main fields of interest: cerebrovascular and neurodegenerative diseases. Participated in 11 clinical studies, 2 AAL projects, 2 national grants and two Horizon 2020 projects.
Assistent proffesor, Specialist in Neurology, MD
Dr. Raluca Badea is a neurologist and assistant professor in neurology for the University of Medicine and Pharmacy Carol Davila, Bucharest. Her main interests are neurodegenerative diseases and neuro-immunological diseases. In the past, Dr. Badea participated in 2 AAL European projects concerning implementation of technology in the care of the elderly population and is currently participating in 2 Horizon 2020 projects. She previously participated in the Rockstart accelerator program in Nijmegen, Holland where she helped developing of a glove for monitoring patients with Parkinsons’s disease.