University of Zagreb
Anita Slavica was born in 1970 in Šibenik, Croatia. After degrees in Biotechnology and Bioprocess Engineering at Faculty of Food Technology and Biotechnology, University of Zagreb, she received her PhD in Technical Chemistry at Graz University of Technology. In 2006 she habilitated in Physiology of Industrial Microorganisms at Department of Biochemical Engineering, the Faculty of Food Technology and Biotechnology, University of Zagreb. Since 2011 she is working as Associate Professor in Laboratory of Biochemical Engineering, Industrial Microbiology, Malting and Brewing Technology at the Department. She is a lecturer for „Bioprocess Engineering“ and „Molecular Biotechnology“ Master degree studies programme and „Biotechnology and Bioprocess Engineering“ PhD programme, researcher in several national/international research projects, supervisor of undergraduate, graduate and PhD students. Scientific fields of her interest are: development and application of analytical methods related to monitoring of sustainable bioprocesses for production of biochemical; protein expression, purification and characterization; enzyme kinetics; biochemical engineering and industrial microbiology; technology transfer and intellectual property rights.