Agnese Ozolina studied in Rigas Stradis University Medical faculty and graduated as MD in 2004. Then she continued training in Anaesthesia and Intensive Care medicine becoming a specialist in 2010. My greatest interest has always been directed toward to the management of bleeding and thrombosis. A growing interest in research and lecturing, led me to a prospective observational study on genetically determinated fibrinolytic bleeding after cardiac surgery, which founded the basis of my dissertation and PhD degree in 2013. Consequently, several publications were reported. Parallel, I have an experience as invited lecturer in local and international meetings. As assistant professor of R?gas Stradi?š University I am involved in teaching of physiological and pathophysiological aspects of haemostasis in local and international students. Presently, I am mostly involved in the management of haemostasis in orthopaedic and microvascular free flap surgery patients, including such essentials as individual goal-directed treatment based on ROTEM analysis for bleeding as well as for anticoagulation management.