Who am I
Science is about discovering how our world works not working for people who want the world to work for them.
I’m a scientist with background in biology, environmental sciences and microbiology.
I worked with microorganisms like influenza virus, herpes virus, malaria, bacteria in institutes as NIH –NIAID; INRA and BAS. I love to walk, cats, red wine, cranberry juice, and reading the 50-60s science fiction books. Some people think that I’m a good writer, I think that I know how to visualize a story.
I previously used the LinkedIn blog platform but my account was deleted after I wrote an article which questions the World Health Organisation credibility.
Dr Mike Ryan who personalty checked my account or some other World Health Organisation official (my LinkedIn account was checked by other 3) obviously reported me. What is unusual here is that LinkedIn didn’t inform me that my account is no longer active which is a break of the company rules. There is even more. When I wanted to check what is happening LinkedIn inquired a government issued ID which breaks the EU’s privacy law GDPR.
After I insisted to find out why my LinkedIn account is no longer active, I got a response from LinkedIn representative who stated that I posted comments which are against the LinkedIn rules. The comments were quotes of science articles, the BBC and University pages. My complaint wasn’t taken into account so my work and my 500 + contacts are permanently deleted despite I didn’t break any LinkedIn rules and LinkedIn broke their own rules by not informing me.
With this blog I will continue working on what is most important now: bringing back real science to the news; anti-COVID-19 narrative activism, helping to have more balanced world where all decisions regarding our well-being would be based on science.
Click here to find the article which World Health Organisation doesn’t want you to read.
Here is a list of some of my publications.
Notable female microbiologists you’ve never heard of
Bioremediation: using microorganisms to clean up the environment
Elizabeth Bugie – the invisible woman in the discovery of Streptomycin
Louise Slaughter – the Congresswoman who Brought Science to Capitol Hill
The Legally Blonde Movie and how Femininity can Define Strength
Movie review: ‘JANE’ a National Geographic documentary about Jane Goodall –
the chimp whisperer
How to Become a Confident Speaker
More women than men earn science degree but: Where do they go?
Malaria Fighter with a Golden Heart
Angelova L., Dalgalarrondo M., Minkov I., Danova S., Kirilov N., Serkedjieva J.,
Chobert J.-M., Haertle T. and I. Ivanova. Purification and characterization of a
protease inhibitor from Streptomyces chromofuscus 34-1 with an antiviral activity.
Biochimica et Biophysica Acta – General Subjects, 2006, 1760, 8, 1210 – 1216.
Serkedjieva J., Angelova L., Remichkova M., and I. Ivanova. Proteinase
inhibitors from Streptomyces with antiviral activity. Journal of Basic Microbiology,
2006, 46, 6, 504 – 512.
Topalova J., Dimkov R., Ribarova I., Ivanov I., Kozuharov D., Velikova M. and L.
Angelova. Dehalogenase Activity – Indicator for the initial detoxication ofpentachlorophenol at the step by step adapted activated sludge. Journal of
International Research Publications [serial online], 2002, 3, 1311 – 1318.