Senior researcher, MD, PhD Sports Medicine, Exercise Testing and Functional Diagnosis Laboratory, National Institute of Sports Medicine, Bucharest, Romania
1994 – Fellow researcher Sports Medicine, National Institute of Sports Medicine, Bucharest, Romania.
1998 – Senior researcher Sports Medicine, National Institute of Sports Medicine, Bucharest, Romania
2000 – PhD degree, Sports Medicine
2009 – US Olympic Comittee and Stanford University Advanced Team Physician, international course: Stanford, 20 - 24 June 2009.
1988 - 2008 – team doctor of Canoeing Romanian Olympic Team; participations to Olympic Games Barcelona 1992, Atlanta 1996, Sydney 2000, Atena 2004, Beijing 2008.
2016 – Olimpic Games Rio de Janeiro, team doctor or Rowing Romanian Olimpic Team.
Stoian I. Point-of-care athlete testing, a new approach of sport performance - 6th EFSMA European Sports Medicine Congress, 2009, Oct. 14-18, Antalya, Turkey.
Stoian I. Blood acid-base testing, a possible option in preventing overtraining– 7th EFSMA European Congress of Sports Medicine, 2011, Oct. 26-29, Salzburg, Austria
Stoian I. Point-of-care athletes testing, a new approach in evaluating sport performance – American Association of Clinical Chemistry, 2012 Annual Congress, Oct. 04-06 Prague, Czech Republic.
Stoian I. Point-of-care testing, a new approach to sport performance evaluation in high level athletes, 2014; http//acutecaretesting.org
Stoian I, Anca Ionescu, Patzaichin I - Evaluating high performance athletes, POC testing, a valuable option – 10th EFSMA European Congress of Sports Medicine, 14-16 Sept. 2017, Cascais, Portugal
I am focusing my activity on sports physiology, especially on sport performance monitoring using stress testing on ergometers and simulators.