First woman surgeon. She studied medicine in Iasi. She performed a medical operation to Queen Maria during the First World War.
First Romanian woman astro-physicist. She studied in Bucharest and specialised in Paris and Nice.
Botanist. Studied in Bucharest and got her Ph.D. in microbiology at Columbia University in 1934. She worked at the Institute of the Agronomic research. Later she became a member of the Romanian Academy (in 1963).
Physician. First woman professor of ophtalmology in a Romanian univeristy. She studied in Iasi and became a practician in Paris. She got her Ph.D. in medicine in Iasi in 1899.
Mathematician. Studied in Bucharest and Sorbonne. She co-founded the journal Gazeta matematică. She founded in 1896 the Institute Pompilian, a high school for woman.
She studied physics at the University of Bucharest. She attended the classes given by Marie Curie at the Institute of Radium of Paris. She got involved in the research of artificial radioactivity. She returned to Romania and worked at the University of Bucharest. She created
She studied in Berlin at Royal Technical Academy and became the first woman engineer in Romania.
First woman physician in Romania. She studied medicine in Zurich. In 1884, she became doctor in medicine, specialized in gynecology. She got involved in feminist activities.
The first women pharmacist in Romania. She studied Medicine in Bucharest.
Studied chemistry in Bucharest and got her Ph.D. in chemistry in 1919 in Geneva. She returned to Romania and became associate professor at the University of Bucharest.