B.M. has actively participated in symposiums and scientific congresses in her field, presenting research papers disseminating the results of her research. These papers have been published in high-impact scientific journals indexed in the ISI database.
Her achievements were recognized in 2018 at the International Horticultural Congress in Istanbul, where she received the ISHS “Young Minds” award for the best poster in the “Fruits and Vegetables for Processing” section.
She is a co-author, alongside Drd. Ing. Camelia Bratu, under the coordination of Dr. Ing. Costel Vînătoru, in the publication of the “Special Vegetable Cultivation Treaty.” This publication has received three significant awards, including the “Gheorghe Ionescu-Șișești” prize from the Romanian Academy in 2021.
Within the Buzau Plant Genetic Resources Bank, she conducts research on three major themes: the rehabilitation of neglected vegetable crops, the development of valuable professional biological creations in accordance with the requirements of intensive specialized cultivation, and the acclimatization of new vegetable species that have not been cultivated in our country.
Additionally, her work focuses on the conservation and maintenance of germplasm collections within the database of the Plant Genetic Resources Bank for Vegetable, Floriculture, Aromatic, and Medicinal Plants. She plays a crucial role in ensuring that these collections are preserved under optimal conditions.