Prof. Dr. Nicolae Manolescu, Academician of Romanian Academy, Correspondent Member of the French Academy of Medicine, Profesor of morphopathology to the Veterinary Medicine Faculty, from Spiru Haret University, is a distinguished personality of the Romanian scientific activity, being the first researcher who, at the international premiere, introduced a new method of diagnosing swine fever by immunofluorescence and by examining the medullogram (Amsterdam 1976). Also, he created, at the international premiere, an analog system for pseudocolourization of images through TEM and SEM, (Romania 1978-1980). In 1999, he created, in Europe, the first Institute of Comparative Medicine. Over time, he had a numerous expert positions as well as leading positions, such as: F.A.O expert, President of the “Fundamental Medicine Department” of the Romanian Academy of Medical Sciences, President of the Scientific Board of the National Sanitary Veterinary and Food Safety Agency. Counsellor of the President of the National Sanitary Veterinary and Food Safety Agency, Expert on avian influenza and swine fever, Expert of U.N.O on Bioterrorism, Expert of European Community on Bioterrorism, European Expert on Oncology, Executive Director of the Working Group for Bioterrorism Defeat by Biotechnology for Technological Transfer Europe, Director of the Center of Excellence in Comparative Oncology – Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Bucharest, Expert on Food Safety and Security, President of the Commission of Comparative Medicine of the Romanian Academy, Director and Founder of Biotechnology Faculty and Post-University High Studies School of Veterinary Medicine, University of Agronomic Sciences and Veterinary Medicine of Bucharest, President of the Romanian Agency of Applied Biotechnology, President of One Health-New medical Concept Association, Romania, Head of the department of Comparative Medicine – Romanian Academy of Medical Sciences, etc.
Prof. Dr. Nicolae Manolescu research interests are pathological anatomy, comparative oncology, cell pathology, biotechnology