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Dana Sinziana Brehar-Cioflec

Dana Sinziana Brehar-Cioflec
Dana Sinziana Brehar-Cioflec
Head of Microbiology Laboratory
Epidemiology of Communicable Diseases
National Institute of Public Health
Public Health Centre TIMISOARA


She earned her Degree of Doctor in Medicine in the year of 1996. Her research work is on “Involvement of HBV and HDV in Chronic Liver Diseases”. She received her Bachelor’s Degree in the Faculty of General Medicine in the year of 1987 .She is also council member of European Biosafety Association. She has many publications as an author and co-author. Currently she is Head of Microbiology Laboratory of Epidemiology of Communicable Diseases Department at National Institute of Public Health, România.

Research Interest

Infectious diseases, implementation of the Quality Management System and Laboratory Biorisk Management, Public health studies, microbiology, hematology, biochemistry



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Current Trends in Biosafety and Health Education: A Journey on the Road towards Unity in Diversity

Dana Sinziana Brehar- Cioflec
Editorial: J Biosafety Health Educ 2013, 1:e104
DOI: 10.4172/2332-0893.1000e104