Dr. Alžbeta Ďurecová
Dr. Alžbeta Ďurecová is the assistant adviser at the Regional Public Health Authority in Banská Bystrica, Slovakia.
Dr. Ďurecová graduated at the Slovak Technical University, Faculty of Chemical and Food Technology with a master´s degree in chemistry and received a PhD degree in environmental chemistry and radiochemistry in 2002.
From 1989 to 2014, Dr. Ďurecová was head of radiochemical laboratories at the Regional Public Health Authority in Banská Bystrica. She was involved in two EU projects related to the harmonisation techniques and methodologies for measuring radioactivity in the environment and the education in field of environmental chemistry and participated in several IAEA projects (e.g. TC project RER/9/127 "Establishing Enhanced Approaches to the Control of Public Exposure to Radon", TC project RER/0/033 "Supporting Quality Assurance for the Measurement and Monitoring of Radioactivity in the Environment").
Her primary research and professional activities are focused on radiochemistry and radiation protection related to exposure to radon.
Dr. Ďurecová is head of delegation and is nominated as alternate representative of the Slovak Republic to UNSCEAR for the 63rd session (2016).