Shaghayegh Baradaran Ghavami | Autoimmune disease and Immunology | Best Researcher Award

Dr.Shaghayegh Baradaran Ghavami | Autoimmune disease and Immunology | Best Researcher Award

The head of IBD lab Research Institute for Gastroenterology and Liver Disease. Shaheed Beheshti University of Medical Sciences. Tehran, Iran

Shaghayegh Baradaran Ghavami is a distinguished microbiologist and researcher at Shahid Beheshti University of Medical Sciences. She has made significant contributions to the field of inflammatory bowel diseases (IBD) through her innovative research on the gut microbiome and its implications for human health. With a strong academic background and numerous publications, she continues to advance our understanding of microbiology and its applications in medical science.


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Education 🎓

Shaghayegh Baradaran Ghavami holds a Clinical Research Fellowship (2020-2021) from the Research Institute for Gastroenterology and Liver Diseases at Shahid Beheshti University of Medical Sciences. She earned her Ph.D. in Microbiology from Azad University, Science and Research Branch, Tehran, Iran (2010-2015), and an MS.c in Microbiology (2008-2010) from Islamic Azad University North Tehran Branch. She completed her BS.c in Molecular and Cellular Microbiology at the same university (2000-2004).

Experience 💼

Shaghayegh has extensive experience in research and academia. She served as a Research Assistant (2016-2020), where she conducted and supervised various research projects. During her Ph.D. (2010-2015), she focused on “Alterations of the human gut Methanobrevibacter smithii as a biomarker for inflammatory bowel diseases.” Additionally, she worked as a tutor in the Microbiology department at Azad University, Medical Branch of Tehran (2010-2019), and observed research at Dr. Jeremy Burton Lab at Lawson Health Research Institute in Canada (2018).

Research Interests 🔬

Shaghayegh’s research interests lie in microbiology, specifically in studying the gut microbiome’s role in inflammatory bowel diseases and other gastrointestinal disorders. Her work focuses on the interplay between host genetic polymorphisms and microbial communities, aiming to uncover novel biomarkers and therapeutic targets for IBD and related conditions.

Awards 🏆

Shaghayegh has been recognized for her contributions to science, including receiving a $30,000 grant from Orchid Life Company for her IBD & COVID-19 project in May 2020. She has also been nominated for various academic awards for her groundbreaking research.

Publications 📚

  1. Kazemifard N, Farmani M, Baradaran Ghavami Sh, et al. A prediction of the CRNDE role by modulating NF-κB pathway in inflammatory bowel disease (IBD). BB Rreports. 2024 May.
  2. Vaezi Z, Baradaran Ghavami Sh, Farmani, et al. Oral Formulation of 5-Aminosalicylic Acid-Hemoglobin Bio-Adhesive Nanoparticles Enhance Therapeutic Efficiency in Ulcerative Colitis Mice: A Preclinical Evaluation. J Pharm Sci. 2024 Apr 4.
  3. Basiji K, Sendani AA, Baradaran Ghavami Sh, et al. The critical role of gut-brain axis microbiome in mental disorders. Metab Brain Dis. 2023.
  4. Khazdouz M, Daryani NE, Cheraghpour M, Baradaran Ghavami Sh, et al. The effect of selenium supplementation on disease activity and immune-inflammatory biomarkers in patients with mild-to-moderate ulcerative colitis: a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled clinical trial. Eur J Nutr. 2023.
  5. Asadzadeh-Aghdaei H, Rejali L, Nourian M, Chaleshi V, Zamani N, Baradaran Ghavami Sh, et al. Toll-like Receptor 7 is a novel non-invasive inflammatory genetic sensor for ulcerative colitis remission monitoring. Adv Biomed Res. 2023 Feb 25.
  6. Hatamnejad MR, Karvandi M, Jodatfar F, Ebrahimi N, Baradaran Ghavami Sh, et al. Evaluation of adalimumab effects on left ventricle performance by echocardiography indexes among patients with immunosuppressant refractory ulcerative colitis. Front Med. 2023.
  7. Hatamnejad MR, Baradaran Ghavami Sh, Marzieh Shirvani, et al. Selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors and inflammatory bowel disease; Beneficial or malpractice. Front Immunol. 2022.
  8. Kazemifard N, Dehkohneh A, Baradaran Ghavami Sh. Probiotics and probiotic-based vaccines: A novel approach for improving vaccine efficacy. Front Med. 2022.
  9. Rajabnia M, Hajimirzaei SM, Hatamnejad MR, Baradaran Ghavami Sh, et al. Obesity is a challenge in the management of inflammatory bowel diseases. Immunol Res. 2022.
  10. Mobin Makhmalbaf, Seyed Masoud Hosseini, Hamid Asadzadeh Aghdaei, Baradaran Ghavami Sh, et al. Detection of SARS-CoV-2 Genome in Stool and Plasma Samples of Laboratory Confirmed Iranian COVID-19. Front Mol Biosci. 2022.
  11. Khoramjoo SM, Kazemifard N, Baradaran Ghavami Sh, Farmani M, Shahrokh S, Asadzadeh Aghdaei H, Sherkat G, Zali MR. Overview of Three Proliferation Pathways (Wnt, Notch, and Hippo) in Intestine and Immune System and Their Role in Inflammatory Bowel Diseases (IBDs). Front Med (Lausanne). 2022.


Oleksandr Minchenko | Regulation of Gene Expression | Outstanding Scientist Award

Prof Dr.Oleksandr Minchenko | Regulation of Gene Expression | Outstanding Scientist Award

Head of Department of Molecular biology Palladin Institute of Biochemistry  Ukraine

Oleksandr H. Minchenko is a Corresponding Member of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, specializing in molecular biology, biochemistry, and endocrinology. He currently leads the Department of Molecular Biology at the Palladin Institute of Biochemistry. His research has significantly contributed to understanding gene expression regulation, particularly in the context of cancer, diabetes, and atherosclerosis.




🎓 Dr. Sc. in Molecular Endocrinology (1986) – Institute of Endocrinology and Metabolism, Kyiv, Ukraine
🎓 Ph.D. in Biochemistry (1974) – Institute of Pharmacology and Toxicology, Kyiv, Ukraine
🎓 M.S. in Biochemistry (1969) – Taras Shevchenko Kyiv National University, Kyiv, Ukraine


💼 2003 – Present: Head, Department of Molecular Biology, Palladin Institute of Biochemistry, NAS of Ukraine
💼 2007 – 2017: Deputy Director, Palladin Institute of Biochemistry
💼 2007 – 2012: Visiting Professor, INSERM, University Bordeaux 1, France
💼 2003 – 2004 & 2007: Visiting Professor, National Cancer Center, Japan
💼 1994 – 2002: Visiting Scientist, Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia, PA, USA
💼 1990 – 1994: Head, Department of Molecular Endocrinology, Institute of Endocrinology and Metabolism, Kyiv, Ukraine

Research Interests

🔬 Molecular Biology of Mitochondria: Investigating the genetic and biochemical mechanisms within mitochondria.
🔬 Alternative Splicing: Exploring how alternative splicing regulates gene expression.
🔬 Hormone and Cytokine Action: Studying molecular mechanisms of hormone and cytokine effects.
🔬 Hypoxic Regulation: Understanding gene expression under hypoxic conditions.
🔬 Cancer, Diabetes, and Atherosclerosis: Researching gene expression in these diseases.
🔬 ER Stress Signaling: Investigating endoplasmic reticulum stress in cancer and its implications for anti-cancer therapy.


🏅 2018: Medal for the 100th Anniversary of the NAS of Ukraine
🏅 2017: Distinction “For Professional Achievements”, NAS of Ukraine
🏅 2012: Honorary Diploma, Highest Certification Commission of Ukraine
🏅 2008: Medal “Petro Mohyla”, Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine
🏅 2007: Palladin Award in Biochemistry, NAS of Ukraine
🏅 2001: “Certificate of Appreciation”, Thomas Jefferson University
🏅 1986: Medal “For Excellence in Public Health”, Ministry of Public Health
🏅 1980: Diploma of Honor, Academy of Medical Sciences


  1. Germanyuk Ya.L., Minchenko A.G. (1978). Effect of insulin on RNA and protein biosynthesis in liver mitochondria from normal and alloxan diabetic rats. Endocrinol. Exper., 12: 233-243. [Cited by 30 articles]
  2. Minchenko A.G. (1978). Effect of hydrocortisone on the biosynthesis of ribonucleic acids in mitochondria of the liver, heart, and spleen of alloxan diabetic rats. Probl. Endocrinol., 24(1): 64-68. [Cited by 25 articles]
  3. Minchenko A.G. (1979). Role of glucocorticoid hormones in the mitochondrial DNA replication. Probl. Endocrinol., 25(5): 52-56. [Cited by 20 articles]
  4. Gause G.G., Tomarev S.I., Dolgillevich S.M., Minchenko A.G., Skryabin K.G., Baev A.A. (1981). Determination of the location of the initiation site of replication and of ribosomal genes on a restriction map of Misgurnus fossilis loach mitochondrial DNA. Dokl. Akad. Nauk SSSR, 251: 999-1001. [Cited by 18 articles]
  5. Minchenko A.G. (1981). Expression of the liver mitochondrial genome in diabetes. Probl. Endocrinol., 27(1): 62-66. [Cited by 22 articles]
  6. Minchenko A.G. (1981). Hormonal control of expression of the mitochondrial genome region in animal cells. Probl. Endocrinol., 27(6): 74-79. [Cited by 15 articles]
  7. Komissarenko V.P., Tron’ko N.D., Minchenko A.G. (1982). Current hypotheses on the molecular mechanism of action of glucocorticoid hormones. Physiol. Zh., 28: 721-733. [Cited by 28 articles]
  8. Minchenko A.G. (1982). Hormonal control of the expression of a portion of the mitochondrial genome in animal cells. Neurosci. Behav. Physiol., 12: 514-518. [Cited by 19 articles]
  9. Pusyriov A.T., Minchenko A.G., Avdonina T.A., Mazo A.M. (1982). Identification of poly(A)+ -RNA from rat liver mitochondria from 5’-termininal nucleotide sequences. Mol. Biol. (Mosk.), 16: 1042-1047. [Cited by 21 articles]
  10. Germanyuk Ya.L., Minchenko A.G. (1982). Action of perorally administered sodium ribonucleate on RNA biosynthesis in the aortic, cardiac, liver, and kidney tissue of animals with experimental diabetes mellitus. Pharmacol. and Toxicol., 45: 50-52. [Cited by 16 articles]


Ioannis Vagelas | plant pathology | Best Researcher Award

Prof.Ioannis Vagelas | plant pathology | Best Researcher Award

Associate Professor, Plant Pathology Department of Agriculture Crop Production and Rural Environment, University of Thessaly  Greece

Ioannis Vagelas is an Associate Professor in Plant Pathology at the Department of Agriculture Crop Production and Rural Environment, University of Thessaly, Greece. With a strong background in phytopathology, biocontrol, and crop protection, his career is marked by significant contributions to the field through innovative research and teaching.


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Education 🎓

Ioannis Vagelas holds a PhD in Phytopathogenic Fungi and Biological Control (2002) and an MSc in Crop Protection (1999) from the University of Reading. He also earned an MPhil in Mathematics and Statistics with a focus on Biological Control (2011) from the same university, and a PGCert in Immunobiology from the University of Manchester (2003).

Experience 💼

Since 2019, Ioannis Vagelas has been an Assistant Professor at the University of Thessaly. Prior to this, he served as an Assistant Professor and Lecturer at the Technological Educational Institute of Thessaly and Larissa. His professional journey encompasses extensive teaching and research in plant pathology, biological control, and statistical modeling.

Research Interests 🔬

Ioannis Vagelas’s research interests include phytopathology, biocontrol, root-knot nematodes, statistical modeling, and crop protection. He is involved in projects that apply nanotechnology solutions in crop protection, aiming to advance early disease detection and improve plant health management.

Awards 🏆

Ioannis Vagelas has been recognized for his contributions to plant pathology, including winning an iPoster Prize at the World Microbe Forum in 2021 for his poster and oral presentations. His innovative work continues to impact the field significantly.

Publications 📚

  1. Vagelas, I., Papadimos, A., & Lykas, C. (2021). “Pre-Symptomatic Disease Detection in the Vine, Chrysanthemum, and Rose Leaves with a Low-Cost Infrared Sensor.” Agronomy, 11(9), 1682. doi: 10.3390/agronomy11091682
    • Cited by 5 articles.
  2. Vagelas, I. (2021). “Important Foliar Wheat Diseases and their Management: Field Studies in Greece.” Modern Concepts & Developments in Agronomy, 8(1). doi: 10.31031/mcda.2021.08.000680
    • Cited by 3 articles.
  3. Vagelas, I. (2021). “Latest Application Technology in Wheat Crop Simulation and Disease Prediction Models.” Modern Concepts & Developments in Agronomy, 7(5). doi: 10.31031/mcda.2021.07.00067

Somi Cho | Functional food | Women Researcher Award

Prof.Somi Cho | Functional food | Women Researcher Award

Professor Jeju National University South Korea

Dr. Somi Kim Cho is a distinguished professor in the Department of Applied Life Sciences at Jeju National University. With a Ph.D. in Biochemistry & Molecular Biology from the University of Oklahoma, she has made significant contributions to the fields of biotechnology and food science. Her research focuses on bioactive compounds, antioxidant activities, and the health benefits of natural products. Dr. Cho has held several prestigious positions, including Dean of the College of Applied Life Sciences and Director of the Central Library at Jeju National University.



Education 🎓

  • Ph.D. in Biochemistry & Molecular Biology – University of Oklahoma, USA (1997)
  • M.Sc. in Dairy Science & Flavor Chemistry – Seoul National University, South Korea (1989)
  • B.Sc. in Food Science and Technology – Seoul National University, South Korea (1987)

Professional Experience 💼

  • Dean, College of Applied Life Sciences – Jeju National University, South Korea (March 2022 – March 2024)
  • Director, Central Library – Jeju National University, South Korea (March 2020 – February 2022)
  • Professor, College of Applied Life Sciences – Jeju National University, South Korea (September 2004 – Present)
  • Senior Researcher, Strategic Industry Planning Division – Jeju Hi-Tech Industry Development Institute, South Korea (December 2002 – August 2004)
  • Chief Researcher, Central Research Institute – Kebigen Co., South Korea (September 2001 – June 2002)
  • Research Fellow – Kumho Life & Environmental Science Laboratory, South Korea (May 1999 – April 2001)
  • Postdoctoral Fellow – University of Michigan, Parke-Davis & Co., USA (October 1997 – September 1998)

Research Interests 🔬

Dr. Cho’s research interests include bioactive compounds from natural products, antioxidant and anti-inflammatory activities of plant extracts, biotechnology applications in agriculture and food science, and the environmental and health benefits of Jeju lava seawater.

Awards and Honors 🏆

  • Best Researcher Award – Jeju National University (2022)
  • Excellence in Research Award – Korean Society of Biotechnology and Bioengineering (2018)
  • Young Scientist Award – Korean Society of Food Science and Technology (2015)

Publications 📚

  1. Integrative multi-omics analysis reveals ortho-topolin riboside exhibits anticancer activity by regulating metabolic pathways in radio-resistant triple negative breast cancer cellsChemico-Biological Interactions, 2024
  2. Evaluation of antioxidant and anti-inflammatory activity and identification of bioactive compound from the marine diatom, Odontella aurita extractApplied Biological Chemistry, 2024
  3. Oleic acid inhibits the migration and invasion of breast cancer cells with stemness characteristics through oxidative stress-mediated attenuation of the FAK/AKT/NF-κB pathwayJournal of Functional Foods, 2024
  4. Melosira nummuloides Ethanol Extract Ameliorates Alcohol-Induced Liver Injury by Affecting Metabolic PathwaysJournal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, 2024
  5. Abstract 1617 Hepatoprotective Efficacy of Melosira nummuloides in a High-Fat Diet-Induced Model of Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver DiseaseJournal of Biological Chemistry, 2024
  6. Cow milk derived-fat inhibits the proliferation of liver cancer-cellsApplied Biological Chemistry, 2024
  7. Effects of the drying method and extraction solvent on antioxidant and anti-inflammatory activity of Melosira nummuloides bioproductsApplied Biological Chemistry, 2023
  8. Characterization of chemoresistant human non-small cell lung cancer cells by metabolic and lipidomic profilingMetabolomics, 2023
  9. Effect of antioxidant and anti-inflammatory on bioactive components of carrot (Daucus carota L.) leaves from Jeju IslandApplied Biological Chemistry, 2023
  10. Interplay between phytochemicals and the colonic microbiotaNutrients, 2023

Abdur Rashid Khan| Plant Pathology| Best Researcher Award

Dr.Abdur Rashid Khan| Plant Pathology| Best Researcher Award



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🌍Current Position

I am currently affiliated with the Department of Plant Pathology, College of Plant Protection, Nanjing Agricultural University, Jiangsu, P.R. China. My research primarily delves into the genetic and molecular aspects of fungal pathogens, focusing on biological control methods for plant fungal diseases. A key area of interest in my research is the study of Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) produced by Bacillus and their role in plant-microbe interactions.

📚🏆Publication Achievements

I have authored three research articles stemming from my PhD research and have contributed as a co-author to several others in esteemed international journals. These include publications in journals such as Pesticide Biochemistry and Physiology, Biology, Physiologia Plantarum, Frontiers in Plant Science, and others.

🔍📊Ongoing Research

Currently, I have two research papers in the pipeline for submission. These papers explore the dynamics of interactions between compatible and incompatible Bacillus isolates and their microbiomes, the impact of Bacillus VOCs on inducing systemic resistance against Gray Mold Disease in tomato, and the antimicrobial metabolites of Bacillus velezensis FZB42 reshaping rice rhizosphere microbial communities.

🌱 Research Interests

Integrated Disease ManagementBacillus Volatile EmissionMicrobial DiversityRhizosphere MicrobiomePlant-Soil Microbial InteractionsMicrobial Genomics

📚 Academic Background

PhD: Molecular Plant Pathology, Nanjing Agricultural University, China (2018-2024)MSc: Plant Pathology, King Saud Agricultural University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia (2012-2015)BSc: Agriculture (Plant Pathology), University of Agriculture Faisalabad, Pakistan (2006-2010)

🏆 Scholarships and Awards

Winner of Fully Funded Saudi Arabian Government Scholarship for Master Studies at King Saud University, Riyadh (2012-2015)Recipient of the Fully Funded Chinese Government Scholarship (CSC) for PhD Studies at Nanjing Agricultural University, China (2018-2024)Prime Minister’s Laptop award during MS Degree (2018) at Pir Mehr Ali Shah Arid Agricultural University, Pakistan.

💻 Bioinformatics & Laboratory Experience

Proficient in a wide range of cell and molecular biology techniques including DNA/RNA extraction, PCR, RT-PCR, qPCR, cloning, and moreExperienced in bioinformatics tools and techniques such as 16S rRNA and ITS gene sequencing analysis, GC-MS, HPLC, and genome browsingSkilled in plant-microbe interaction studies, including Bacillus interaction assays and microbial community analysis.

🌍 Professional Associations

Member of the Pakistan Phytopathological Society (PPS)

🎓 Training & Workshops

Participated in various national and international conferences, workshops, and training sessions focused on plant pathology, genomics, and bioinformatics.

🎤 Oral Presentation

Presented research findings at laboratory meetings, coursework presentations, and final thesis defenses.

🌾 Tasks Completed as a Researcher

Involved in projects focused on bio-controlling plant diseases under organic farming, molecular characterization of citrus canker bacteria, and development of inclusive value chains for pulses in Pakistan.

📈 Success Factors

Strong proficiency in English, both written and spoken.

Excellent planning, organizational, and time management skills.

Adaptable to challenging environments and quick learner.

Demonstrated leadership qualities and discipline.

Mohammadreza Ghorani| Virology| Young Scientist Award

Assoc Prof Dr.Mohammadreza Ghorani| Virology| Young Scientist Award





👨‍🎓Education Qualifications

Mohammad Reza Ghurani was born on June 25, 1987, in Tehran, Iran. His national ID is 0081711107, and his father’s name is Hossein. He pursued his education diligently, earning a degree in Veterinary Medicine from Shahrekord University, Shahrekord, Iran, where he achieved a commendable GPA of 16.31 during his studies from 1385 to 1391. Building on this foundation, he furthered his academic journey by obtaining a Specialized Doctorate in Virology from the University of Tehran, Tehran, Iran, maintaining an impressive GPA of 17.84 from 1391 to 1396.

🏫 Academic Career

Since April 1, 2018, Mohammad Reza Ghurani has held the position of Contractual Faculty Member at the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, University of Tabriz. He carries the academic rank of Assistant Professor, contributing significantly to the educational landscape. His teaching portfolio at the University of Tabriz encompasses a diverse array of courses, including Virology and Diseases, Microbiological Techniques, Diagnostic Virology, Shared Human and Animal Diseases, Principles of Veterinary Public Health, and General Bacteriology. Additionally, from 1392 to 1393, he served as a Lecturer at Noor Danesh Higher Education Institute, imparting knowledge in Advanced Virology.

🔬 Research Contributions

Mohammad Reza Ghurani has made notable strides in the field of veterinary and virology research. His scholarly contributions are evident through several publications in ISI-indexed journals and numerous presentations of scientific papers at esteemed conferences and symposiums. He has also played a pivotal role in guiding doctoral theses as a mentor and advisor, nurturing the next generation of researchers in his field.

📊 Administrative Roles

Within the academic realm, Mohammad Reza Ghurani has taken on various administrative responsibilities at the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, University of Tabriz. His leadership and organizational skills have contributed to the effective management and growth of academic programs and initiatives.

🏆 Additional Professional Achievements

Beyond his academic and administrative roles, Mohammad Reza Ghurani has actively engaged in scientific article and research project review, contributing his expertise to shaping the scholarly discourse in veterinary and virology domains. His entrepreneurial spirit is evident through the establishment of a Molecular Diagnostic Laboratory for Veterinary Medicine in the private sector in Kashan. Moreover, he has innovated by designing a laboratory test kit that utilizes PCR technology for the accurate tracking and identification of meat and meat products.

Soheila Kashanian| Nanobiotechnology| Women Researcher Award

Prof.Soheila Kashanian| Nanobiotechnology| Women Researcher Award





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ANIRUDHA CHATTOPADHYAY| Microbe Interaction| Best Researcher Award

 Mr.ANIRUDHA CHATTOPADHYAY| Microbe Interaction| Best Researcher Award

Anirudha Chattopadhyay is an accomplished academic and researcher specializing in plant pathology and virology. He obtained his B.Sc. (Ag.) Hons. in Agriculture from Visva-Bharati, Santiniketan in 2008, followed by an M.Sc. (Ag.) in Mycology & Plant Pathology from Banaras Hindu University in 2010. He completed his Ph.D. in Plant Pathology with a specialization in Plant Virology from the Indian Agricultural Research Institute, New Delhi in 2020. Currently serving as an Assistant Professor at S.D. Agricultural University since April 2014, Chattopadhyay has made significant contributions to his field. His research focuses on understanding plant viral diseases, genetic manipulation of plant viruses, and developing biotechnological tools for enhancing crop resilience.




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Svetlana Dinić| Diabetes| Best Researcher Award

 Dr.Svetlana Dinić| Diabetes| Best Researcher Award

Svetlana Dinić received her PhD in Biological Sciences in 2006 (Faculty of Biology, University of Belgrade, Serbia). She has been employed at the Department of Molecular Biology since 1998. Active in teaching and scientific research in the field of molecular biology. She was lecturer in courses: Methods in Molecular Biology and Fundamentals of Molecular Biology, Department of Biology and Ecology, Faculty of Science, University of Novi Sad (2007-2010); engaged in PhD program of Molecular Biology, Faculty of Biology, University of Belgrade in the courses: Basics of Proteomics (2007-2018), Molecular Biology of the Cell (since 2007) and Epigenetics (since 2016).





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Branka Bedenić| Antibiotic resistance| Women Researcher Award

Prof Dr.Branka Bedenić| Antibiotic resistance| Women Researcher Award

Born on May 30, 1963, in Zagreb. Graduated from Medical School, University of Zagreb in 1988. Obtained a master’s degree in basic experimental pharmacology in 1993 and a PhD in 1998 from the same institution. Gained international experience at institutions in Germany, the UK, the Netherlands, Greece, Italy, Austria, and Slovenia. Notable institutions include the University of Bonn, St Thomas’s Hospital London, and the University of Graz.



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