In 2021, she passed the scientific researcher competition (CS) and started working at the Plant Genetic Resources Bank for Vegetable, Floriculture, Aromatic, and Medicinal Plants in Buzau in July 2021. In the same year, in line with the research theme of the Aromatic and Medicinal Plants Section of the Plant Genetic Resources Bank, she initiated a study on the “Improvement and acclimatization of Sideritis sp.” This subject also serves as her doctoral thesis, as she is currently a PhD candidate at the Doctoral School of Engineering and Management of Plant and Animal Resources, specializing in Horticulture.
The results obtained so far have been the subject of several scientific articles in indexed journals, as well as presentations at conferences and scientific sessions of universities and international institutions in the field.
Her main activity at the Plant Genetic Resources Bank focuses on studying endemic species, local populations of aromatic and medicinal plants, as well as improving and acclimatizing new species in the same category that have not been cultivated in Romania to date. There is a particular emphasis on following the technological steps for conserving genetic resources for aromatic and medicinal plants.