Cristina - Ștefana Iosub

Affiliation and official address:

“Laser-Surface-Plasma Interactions” Laboratory, Lasers Department,

National Institute for Lasers, Plasma and Radiation Physics,

Institute of Atomic Physics,

P.O. Box MG-36 RO-77125

Magurele, Bucharest, Romania 

Nationality: Romanian 


2012–2016  Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Engineering
Polytechnic University of Bucharest (Romania)
            2016- First Prize at the Student Scientific Session with the paper "Fibrous nanostructured hydrogel- in vitro investigation", scientific leaders: Lecturer Izabela Cristina Stancu, Researcher Livia SIMA and PhD. Sergiu CECOLTAN.
            2015- 4th Prize at the Student Scientific Session with the paper "Synthesis and characterization of composite biomaterials based on chitosan/gelatin cross-linked with genipin and reinforced with graphene oxide", scientific leader                                                              Researcher Mariana IONIȚĂ.
            2014- First Prize at the Student Scientific Session with the paper "The visualization of immiscible fluid flow between parallel planes", scientific leader Professor Corneliu BĂLAN.
            2014- Stage of one week in an international course of Biomaterials, Biomedical signals, Bioinformatics and First Aid at Brno University of Technology in the Czech Republic.
            2013- Member of the jury at the regional and national stage Robotics Competition "WORLD ROBOTOLYMPIAD" Bucharest.

 Foreign languages:  

English,  French

Computer skills        


2016-present  Scientific research  assistant

            National Institute of Laser, Plasma and Radiation Physics – Măgurele; Laser, Surface, Plasma interaction Laboratory; Romania

06/2015–09/2015   Internship
            Institute of Biochemistry of the Romanian Academy, Bucharest (Romania)
            - Mesenchymal stem cells and osteoblasts culture.
            - Analysis of cytotoxic potential of biomaterials using MTS assay.
            - Analysis of cell adhesion supported by fluorescence microscopy.
            - Cell immunophenotyping by flow cytometry.
            - Cell viability assay by flow cytometry after osteoblasts seeding on biomaterials.
            - Detection and quantification method of osteogenic differentiation of stem cells on biomaterials using Alizarin Red solution.