Carmen Georgeta Fierbinteanu-Braticevici

Professor, Head of chair of Internal Medicine II and Gastroenterology Head of Department Gastroenterology, University Emergency Hospital Bucharest

Doctor Carmen Fierbinteanu Braticevici MD, PhD, MPH has received her medical degree from The “Carol Davila” University of Medicine Bucharest in 1981, graduating at the top of her class. She did her residency in Internal Medicine at the same institution, and joined its Faculty in 1988 as Clinical Instructor. She was later promoted to Assistant Professor, Lecturer, Senior Lecturer and Professor in Gastroenterology and Internal Medicine at “Carol Davila” University of Medicine and Pharmacy, Bucharest, Medical Clinic II and Gastroenterology, University Hospital Bucharest. She holds board certifications in Internal Medicine, Gastroenterology, Diagnostic and Interventional Abdominal Ultrasonography, and has a Masters in Public Health. She serves as Division Chief in the Internal Medicine and Gastroenterology Department at The University Hospital Bucharest. Dr. Carmen Fierbinteanu served as a mentor to many generations of medical students and residents. She teaches Courses for the MD Program of the University, postgraduate courses for medical residents and has directed numerous student graduation theses. Every year she participates as evaluating Faculty in the Ministry Of Health’s Residency Selection and Board Certification Exams. She obtained her PhD in Cardiology with the thesis “Silent Myocardial Ischemia” which utilized stress echocardiography for detecting myocardial areas at risk in asymptomatic patients at a time when this was a novel concept. She authored Internal Medicine textbooks in Romania. As a member of EASL and AGA, she published numerous abstracts and articles. She had posters and oral presentations at international meetings. She led two national research projects. She is now implicated in International Projects as PI. She also functions as a research project evaluator for the Romanian Academy and the National Research Project VIASAN.