Prof. Dr. Eng. Dancho DANALEV
Dr. Danalev is a full professor in the Biotechnology Department of University of Chemical Technology and Metallurgy, Sofia. Since September 2020 he is Head of Central Laboratory of Scientific Investigations of UCTM.
Priv.-Doz. DI Dr. Claudia Kuntner-Hannes
Dr. Claudia Kuntner-Hannes research intesets in preclinical imaging using microPET and microMRI, PET methodology, data analysis, image fusion, pharmacokinetic modeling, quantitative image analysis
Dr. Silvia Panseri
Dr. Silvia Panseri's research activity has always been characterized by an interdisciplinary approach, at the interfaces between nanotechnology and regenerative medicine. Her interests are focused on novel approaches in tissue engineering and nanomedicine, and acquired expertise in cell/biomaterial interaction evaluation and in vitro 3D cell culture with several biomaterials.
Ponomarev Andrew
Andrew Ponomarev has 10+ years of experience in developing high-load systems and successful delivery of large-scale bioinformatics projects
Prof. Nelly Vladova Georgieva, PhD
University of Chemical Technology and Metallurgy, Sofia.
Head of Department of Biotechnology
Vice-Dean of Faculty of Chemical and System Engineering
Professor on Biotechnology, Microbiology
Publication-120, h-index – 10, Citation – 270
PhD-students – 3
Master and Bachelor students – 98
Books- 4
Main research area and subareas
- Antibacterial hybrid materials doped with nanoparticles
- copper, Zinc, silver ions
Additional research areas and subareas
- Microbiological treatment of waste water
- Probiotic potential of lactic acid bacteria
Associated Professor Dr. Rayna Bryaskova
Dr. Rayna Bryaskova's research activity is oriented towards synthesis of well-defined polymer structures using controlled radical polymerizations and the preparation of polymer nanosystems for drug delivery.
Associated Professor Dr. Nikolai I. Georgiev
Nikolai I. Georgiev obtained his BSc and MSc degrees in Chemistry from Universityof Chemical Technology and Metallurgy (Sofia, Bulgaria). In 2009 he received PhDdegree in Organic Synthesis. From 2014 he is an associated professor in Departmentof Organic Synthesis at University of Chemical Technology and Metallurgy (Sofia,Bulgaria) and his current research activities are directed to the synthesis and photo-physical investigations of molecular sensors and molecular logic gates, includingcascade energy transfer in multichromophoric fluorescent materials and dendriticarchitectures with light harvesting properties.
Dr. Kameliya Anichina-Zarkova
Dr. Kameliya Anichina-Zarkova,
Chief Asst. Prof. in Department of Organic Synthesis and Fuels,
University of Chemical Technology and Metallurgy, Sofia, Bulgaria
Dr. Kameliya Anichina's research interests are focused on the design, synthesis and structural characterization of new benzimidazole based molecules and screening and evaluation of their antiparasitic and anticancer activities.
Assist. Prof. Dr. Eng. Stanislava Vladimirova
Assist. Prof. Dr. Eng. Stanislava VLADIMIROVA
Dr. Vladimirova is a full assistant professor in the Organic synthesis Department of University of Chemical Technology and Metallurgy, Sofia. Her research activity are focused on synthesis of new molecules with potential biological activity.
Ivan Ivanov, MSc
Expert in cancer research data operation.

Research interests: design and identification of new compounds as potential drug candidates for cancer therapy. From 2016 till now absolutely dedicated to creation and establishment of high performing consortium for discovery of new anticancer drugs combining efforts of exceptional and recognized researchers in their fields.

Most important partners: LANOTEC, Costa Rica; ISTEC-CNR, Italy; IVSN, Romania; IED, Greece; YSU, Armenia and DANYLO, Ukraine. Vladislava Hristova Ivanova, PhD
Dr. Vladislava Ivanova is the technical secretary of the project Drug molecule Researcher PhD in Thin Films Technology Laboratory, University of Chemical Technology & Metallurgy,
Her main research area and subareas are focused on electrical, magnetic and optical properties of condensed matter; Solid state Physics and Material Science.

Dr. Ivanova's additional research areas and subareas are in the field of thin films, chalcogenide glasses, physicochemical characterization, optical properties and photo-induced phenomena.