Emilian M. DOBRESCU
PhD Emilian M. Dobrescu, born in 1954, is during the last 28 years, Scientific Secretary of the Romanian Academy, Department of Economics, Law and Sociology. His key calification is Economic Integration, General Management, Social Economy, Sociology of Management. He also carried out assessment and synthesis of the researches undertaken by the national institutes and their inter-relation in the transition from communism to market economy. He has participating in reaching practical solutions to complex economical problems, biodiversity, integrated from a socio-human point of view.
He is familiar with the management and operational procedures. He has an extensive experience in the field of organizational and institutional programs and evaluation of various national programs. He has specialist skills in the following areas: 1. Scientific activity co-ordinator in fields as: Economic, Law and Sociological Sciences. Studies on Scientometry considering all the mentioned aspects of the situation in Romania today. Synthesis of social and financial aspects and their inter-relation in the transition from communism to market economy; 2. Practical solutions to complex economical problems, biodiversity, integrated from a socio-human point of view; 3. Evaluation of social impact assessment for strategies and national plans and their implementation; 4. Assessment of social, economic and educational programs; 5. Coordinating research teams; 6. Preparing curricula for graduated and post-graduated courses aimed on social, economic and educational objectives.
Alexandru T. BOGDAN
University Professor Alexandru T. BOGDAN PhD., a correspondent member of the Romanian Academy, founded the Center for Studies and Research on AgroForestry Biodiversity ” Acad. David Davidescu”. Professor Alexandru T. Bogdan is a veterinarian with important accomplishments in zootechnical research, being one of the most appreciated specialists in this field. Dr. Bogdan has received special recognition for his work, such as The Academic Merit of the Romanian Academy, the Ion Ionescu de la Brad Award of the Romanian Academy, the ANARZ as well as the Animal Science Faculty of Iasi Diplomas of Excellence. He is also Doctor Honoris Causa of several universities including USAMV-Cluj, the University of Oradea, and Bioterra University.
Throughout his nearly half century career, Professor Alexandru T. Bogdan has published many books and scientific articles richly contributing to the field of zootechnical research.
George Florea TOBĂ
TOBĂ George Florea, doctor of veterinary medicine, professional grade CS I, conduct his scientific and research activity at the Center for Studies and Research on AgroForestry Biodiversity “Acad. David Davidescu” since de year 2008. PhD Tobă won the” Gheorghe Ionescu-Şişeşti “Romanian Academy Award – 2014 for the work titled: Biodiversity of farm animals and eco-bio-economic significance in the fod security context, having a professional activity for over 40 years. Between September 2016 and October 2018, he was an interim manager of this institution.He has led and coordinated several research topics, the latest “Eco-economic research on the conservation of biodiversity of animal genetic resources in the context of food safety”.He has been a member of over 10 scientific and research projects at national and international level, as well as two grants from the Romanian Academy. He is a veterinary surgeon and has attested to practice as veterinary surgeon under Law no. 160 of 1998.He published 2 monographs as the author and the first author and is co-author of 15 other books as well as 83 published scientific papers indexed by BDI and ISI.
Dr. ing. Mariana Sandu is a third degree scientific researcher at Center for Studies and Researchers of Agroforestry Biodiversity since 2008 and the research activity aimed at the conservation and development of zootechnical biodiversity and the increase of the economic efficiency of the Romanian animal husbandry. She participated as a member of the research team in 5 research projects and coordinated 2 research topics from the national research program of INCE.
She has produced 7 books as author and co-author. The research activity has materialized in the presentation and publication of 65 scientific articles, some of them being appreciated and quoted in ISI or BDI quoted journals. In 2014 he received the Gheorghe Ionescu-Siseşti Prize of the Romanian Academy for the group of works: Biodiversity of farm animals and eco-bioeconomic significances in the food security context. firstname.lastname@example.org
Marcel Theodor PARASCHIVESCU
Marcel Theodor PARASCHIVESCU is a grade II scientist and since 2007 he is doing his research within “Acad. David Davidescu” Agroforestry Biodiversity Studies and Research Centre.
He coordinates the research activity of bioinformatics data banks flow. Holding the scientist position requires to manage the agroforestry biodiversity data bank, entering the applied informatics field, by using the knowledge acquired beforehand.
Other fields of science in which he was involved are those regarding reproduction, as a biological function of farm animals, developing the know-how of increasing female fertility. The procedure had its main focus on using embryo transfer with multiple ovulation (MOET) on taurines.
Marcel Theodor PARASCHIVESCU has been awarded with the 2014 “Gheorghe Ionescu Sișești” Romanian Academy Reward for the following paper: “Biodiversity of farm animals and eco-bio-economics significances in the food security context”, as well as the 2016 “Ion Ionescu de la Brad” Romanian Academy Reward for his work on: “Undemonstrative spare outputs disclosed by reproduction biotechnologies in sheep”.
Economist engineer Amalia-Gianina STRĂTEANU, professional grade CS III, conduct his scientific and research activity at the Center for Studies and Research on AgroForestry Biodiversity “Acad. David Davidescu” since the year 2008.
Amalia-Gianina STRĂTEANU has expert knowledge and practical skills for studying comparative biodiversity and food safety and security, protecting human health and the environment by systematically assessing the impact of human actions on it (soil, air, water, animal, plant, human) , bioeconomic and eco-economic exploitation of biodiversity and the improvement of ecosystems status and services, international legislation and cooperation on biodiversity protection and natural resources patrimony.
From the point of view of technical skills, Amalia-Gianina STRĂTEANU has skills in collecting field data, as well as complex processing and reporting. The researcher also conducts research and technology transfer activities, coordinates research-development-innovation activities, project management and technical-scientific collaboration partnerships.
The scientific achievements are materialized in a sustained publishing activity (author, co-author and collaborator on over 19 books, textbooks, monographs, brochures and 85 scientific papers), as well as by awarding the Gheorghe Ionescu-Siseşti Prize of the Romanian Academy in 2014 for the group of science works “Biodiversity of farm animals and eco-bioeconomics in the context of food security”. At the same time, Amalia-Gianina STRĂTEANU participated in more than 50 internal and international scientific sessions, which led to the promotion by increasing the visibility of the Center for Studies and Research on AgroForestry Biodiversity “Acad. David Davidescu”.
Laurenţiu CIORNEI was co-opted within Center for Studies and Research for AgroForestry Biodiversity “Acad. David Davidescu” in 2018. PhD student in economics, licensed in Law and Forestry, holder of a Master’s degree in management, Laurenţiu Ciornei conducts his scientific activity in the Department of Forestry Biodiversity and Protection of Forest Ecosystems. He is the author of one chapter devoted to the forest ecosystem in the tome “Carving Degraded and Semi-Degraded Ecosystems Using Satellite Remote Sensing Methods”, published in 2018 at the Romanian Academy Publishing House.
Prior to research, Laurenţiu Ciornei worked for 25 years in the media, being a communications expert.