Dr. ANA-MARIA PETRESCU
“Grigore Antipa” National Museum of Natural History, Bucharest (Romania) – Museographer
Museographer of “Grigore Antipa” National Museum of Natural History from Bucharest for more than a decade. Research interests include faunistical and taxonomical studies regarding large decapods (crustaceans), from local and worldwide fauna, studies regarding the invertebrate collection, management of invasive species. Obtained the doctoral degree from University of Bucharest (Faculty of Biology) in 2016 with a thesis regarding toxicological and morphological researches on the reproductive cycle of the narrowed-clawed crayfish. In the past years one of the main research interest have been the study of the old collections of the museum, founded by historical figures, like Grigore Antipa, Hilarie Mitrea, Ioan Cantacuzino or Ion Țuculescu.
Member in the Romanian Society for the History of Medicine since 2022.