JEVROSIMA STEVANOVIC - PhD - Associate Professor and Senior Research Associate; Employed at the Department of Biology - Faculty of Veterinary Medicine - University of Belgrade (since 1998); Graduated in 1997 at Faculty of Biology - University of Belgrade; MSc defended in 2002 at Faculty of Biology - University of Belgrade; PhD defended in 2007 at Faculty of Biology - University of Belgrade. Head of the Laboratory for Animal Genetics at Faculty of Veterinary Medicine - University of Belgrade. Bibliography: 201 publications (67 in peer reviewed SCI journals) and 52 new sequences deposited in GenBank. Complete CV with bibliography is available on:
PROJECTS Participated in 9 national and 7 international projects. Current project activity: Leader of subproject Molecular and ecological investigations of honey bees and their pathogens under the current national project funded by Serbian Ministry for Science and Technological Development Molecular genetic and ecophysiological researches on the protection of autochthonous animal resources - sustaining domestic animals welfare - health and reproduction - and safe food production - Project No. III46002; Management Committee (MC) Member [FA1201 RS] to COST Action FA1201 Epigenetics and Periconception Environment (EPICONCEPT) - starting from July 7th 2015 - http://www.cost.eu/about_cost/who/(type)/5/(wid)/51802; Co-leader (together with Dr Ivanka Cizelj) of the bilateral Serbia-Slovenia project funded by the Serbian and Macedonian Ministries for Science Immune response of honey bees treated with pesticides in larval stage and subsequently infected with microsporidium Nosema ceranae; Secondary Chief Scientific Investigator (CSI) of the Research Project funded by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) entitled Animal Identification - Pedigree - Exterior and Performance Data Recording in Selected Holstein-Friesian (HF) Cattle Population in Serbia Used for Future Genetic Selection under AI Programmes (Research Contract 20774) - which forms part of the IAEA Coordinated Research Project D31028 - entitled Application of Nuclear and Genomic Tools to Enable for the Selection of Animals with Enhanced Productivity Traits.