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Marko Djordjevic - PhD, Associate Professor
 

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Faculty of Biology, University of Belgrade
Studentski trg 16
11000 Belgrade, Serbia
E-mail: dmarko@bio.bg.ac.rs
 
     
 

Recent fellowships and awards

  • "2016. Young scientist research award", awarded to JelenaGuzina by the Faculty of Biology, University of Belgrade, Serbia, Sept 2016.
  • "Award for the best oral presentation at the 8th International Young Scientists School of Systems Biology and Bioinformatics", awarded to AndjelaRodic, Novosibirsk, Russia, Sept 2016
  • "Fellowship for attending the Advanced Lecture Course on Systems Biology", awarded by the organizers of SYSBIO 2016 to AndjelaRodic, Innsbruck, Austria, Jan 2016
  • "Annual award for the best master thesis in the field of Molecular Biology", awarded to AndjelaRodic by the Foundation "GoranLjubijankic", Belgrade, Serbia, Dec 2015
 

New papers

  • Rodic, B. Blagojevic, E. Zdobnov, M. Djordjevic and M. Djordjevic, Understanding key features of bacterial restriction-modification systems through quantitative modeling, BMC Systems Biology, 11:377, 2017.
  • J. Guzina and M. Djordjevic, Mix-and-matching as a promoter recognition mechanism by ECF σ factors, BMC Evolutionary Biology, 17:12, 2017.
  • M. Nikolic, T. Stankovic and M. Djordjevic, Contribution of bacterial promoter elements to transcription start site detection accuracy, Journal of Computational Biology and Bioinformatics, 15:1650038 (2017).
 
 

Recent talks and seminars

  1. CRISPR/Cas: from bacterial immune system to new biotechnology applications, JRC-ICGEB joint workshop genome editing and related technologies, Trieste, Italy, Nov 2016 (given by Marko Djordjevic).
  2. CRISPR/Cas and restriction-modification systems: modeling dynamics of bacterial immune system expression, Bioinformatics Seminar, Faculty of Mathematics, University of Belgrade, Belgrade, Dec 2016 (given by PhD students Andjela Rodic and Bojana Blagojevic).
  3. CRISPR/Cas and restriction-modification systems: from bacterial immune systems to biotechnology applications, CRISPR biotechnology workshop, Belgrade city library, Dec 2016 (given by PhD students Andjela Rodic and Tamara Stankovic).
  4. Transcription initiation by alternative σ factors: revising the rigidness paradigm, BGRS/SB2016 - 10th International Multiconference on Bioinformatics of Genome Regulation and Structure/Systems Biology, Novosibirisk, Russia, Sept 2016 (given by PhD student JelenaGuzina).
  5. Modeling CRISPR/Cas system induction: the significance of cooperative transcription regulation, BGRS/SB2016, Novosibirsk, Russia, Sept 2016 (given by PhD student AndjelaRodic).
  6. Transcription initiation by alternative σ factors, BELBI2016 - Belgrade Bioinformatics Conference, Belgrade, Serbia, June 2016 (given by PhD student JelenaGuzina).
  7. Examining regulation of restriction-modification systems by quantitative modeling, BELBI2016 - Belgrade, Serbia, June 2016 (given by PhD student AndjelaRodic).
  8. Achieving a rapid expression of toxic (but useful) molecules within cell, BELBI2016 - Belgrade, Serbia, June 2016 (given by PhD student BojanaBlagojevic).
  9. Biophysical Modeling and Bioinformatics, International Biophysics Week, Kolarac Foundation, Belgrade, Belgrade, March 2016 (given by PhD student JelenaGuzina).
  10. Modeling bacterial immune systems, Seminar of Bioinformatics,Faculty of Mathematics, University of Belgrade, Belgrade, Nov 2015 (given by PhD student AndjelaRodic).
 
     
 
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