Babeş-Bolyai University from Cluj-Napoca
Andreea Iulia Someşan graduated in 2011 with a degree in Philosophy at the Babes-Bolyai University and Fine Arts (Sculpture) at Art and Design University (Cluj, Romania).
In 2012 while studying Professional Ethics and Contemporary Public Ethics she served as an intern for three months at The National Authority for Science Research (A.N.C.S. Romania).
In 2013 she graduated with a Master Degree in Professional Ethics, with a dual degree master program in Contemporary Public Ethics at the University of Paris XII- Val-de-Marne, France and in 2014 she completed her Master Degree in Ancient and Middle Ages Philosophy (UBB Romania). She has also received a Master Degree in Sculpture.
From 2013 till present she has written and published numerous articles in Romanian scientific journals regarding the development and ethics of vaccine administrations and other ethical medical concerns; She has participated at National and International conferences regarding similar issues [Conference of EACME (European Association of Centres of Medical Ethics) 2021– Smart Ethics in Transylvania (Cluj-Napoca, 9-11 septembrie 2021) and the Vienna Anthropology Days 2018, VANDA Conference (Vienna, 18-22 September 2018).]
Currently She is completing her PhD in Philosophy with emphasis in Refusal of medical procedures and treatments.