Universitatea de Stat de Medicină și Farmacie “Nicolae Testemițanu”
Chișinău, Republica Moldova
Rodica Gramma is associate professor at the “Nicolae Testemitanu” State University of Medicine and Pharmacy, Republic of Moldova. She is a Medical Doctor with PhD in Philosophy of Science (Chișinau, 2005), has the degree of Master in Bioethics (Chișinău, 2001) the Master in Health Law and Management at the Institute Catholique de Rennes, France (2013). She completed the Advanced Certified Program in Research Ethics at Graduate College of Union University, Schenectady, NY, USA (2007) and Advanced Course on Human Rights Education for Legal Professionals, Council of Europe, Strasbourg (2019). Since 2010 Dr. Gramma was a mentor of the master degree research studies and scientific projects in public health and health management within School of Public Health Management and the coordinator of the Advance Education Program in Research at the University PhD School. Dr. Gramma has an extensive experience in conducting research in the field of health management and human rights applied in healthcare and especially regarding the right to health. Since 2010 Mrs. Gramma have been nominated as the representative of the Republic of Moldova at the Committee on Bioethics (DH-BIO) – Council of Europe and in November 2018 was elected as DH-BIO Bureau member.
She also is an Ethics Expert H2020, DG Research & Innovation, Ethics and Research Integrity Sector, European Commission (2015 – present) and the member of the National Ethics Committee for Clinical Trials in Moldova. Rodica teaches courses in Human Rights and Health Legislation; Bioethics; Public Health Ethics, Research Ethics; Communication in Health. She participated in more than 35 European and national research projects; is the author and co-author of more than 50 scientific papers, books and book chapters on Bioethics, Human Rights in Health and Public Health issues