Working team

Ana Dulau

Ana Dulău

Ana has earned two bachelor’s degrees, one in Law and one in Communication and Public Relations, both of them at Babeș-Bolyai University of Cluj-Napoca.

She has worked mainly in the field of healthcare, as a legal advisor at the College of Physicians in Alba county. She contributed, among other things, to changing legislative regulations and improving the internal communication.

After having graduated from a Master in Public International Law at the University of Bucharest, she pursued a Master’s degree of Social Sciences in Tourism and Environment at the University of Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines (France) and she worked in Versailles at the Departmental Committee of Tourism.

Over the years, she volunteered with NGOs in various projects related to the field of education and environment.

Diana Petrescu

Diana is a passionate pharmacist with marketing experience and a master in Pharmacovigilance. 

She has worked in the marketing field in the pharmaceutical industry, focusing on the interactions and engagement with healthcare professionals. Diana has an interest in science communication and succeeded in being innovative in running different educational and promotional campaigns. Also, she is a volunteer in the national program “N-avem Sange?!” for blood donation. 

Currently, she is involved in advocacy and communication projects and she wants to create something that leaves a lasting impact.

Diana Lupu

Diana is a pharmacist, with a masters degree in business management and administration and regulatory affairs experience for medical products.

She has worked in the community pharmacy, pharmaceutical industry and in an international regulatory consultancy focusing on medicines registration in the EU.

She is passionate about healthcare policies and has a good understanding of the pharmaceutical environment and its challenges.

Bianca Băluță

Bianca Băluță

Bianca is a pharmacist, a graduate of the Faculty of Pharmacy at UMF “Carol Davila” since 2019.

Since 2020 she is a master student in international health policy at the London School of Economics. She has experience in pricing and drug reimbursements, with a focus on oncology drugs.

Currently she is also a researcher on projects whose purpose is to improve the well-being of adolescents in secondary cities.