Doctor of Philosophy in Medicine (Cum Laude), Cardiovascular Research School Erasmus University Rotterdam - COEUR, Erasmus MC, Erasmus University Rotterdam
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His research interests include coronary artery disease, heart failure, heart transplantation, mechanical circulatory support, acute kidney injury, chronic kidney disease, aortic diseases...
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As the PhD thesis supervisor of Dr. Brankovic, I have worked closely with him during three years. I have come to know him as a highly dedicated, motivated and conscientious investigator. For the purpose of his PhD project, in a relatively short time-span, Dr. Brankovic acquired an in-depth knowledge of the research topic, which included renal dysfunction and heart failure, and he quickly mastered several highly sophisticated statistical techniques. During his work, Dr. Brankovic displayed a great deal of independency and creativity, and a high ability for troubleshooting. Moreover, he proved to be a team-player by helping his colleagues when needed and actively seeking collaborations. Altogether, I am confident that Dr. Brankovic has the ability to become a leader in clinical and translational research.

- Isabella Kardys, MD, PhD

Associate professor, Department of Cardiology, Erasmus MC, Erasmus University Rotterdam, Rotterdam, the Netherlands

I met Dr Brankovic when he, as an excellent student of Faculty of Medicine, made his first research steps in my laboratory for research of redox homeostasis in health and diseases. He showed high motivation in research and exhibited very good presentation skills at several Biomedical Student’s Congresses. I also worked closely with Dr Brankovic, when he was member of Editorial Board and later appointed as Student Editor-in-Chief of the Journal Medical Youth. During this period Dr Brankovic was dedicated to the various improvements in the editorial policy of the Journal, first of all sharpening the quality of the revision process in terms of improving the objectivity and transparency. During his leadership in Journal he perfectly coordinated the whole team of student members of the Editorial Board. He also demonstrated good communication skills with the Advisory Board of the Journal comprising the members of the teaching staff of Faculty of Medicine. Altogether, I am confident that Dr. Brankovic has the ability to become a leader in clinical and translational research.

- Tatjana Simic, MD, PhD

Full professor of Medical and Clinical Biochemistry, Faculty of Medicine, University of Belgrade, Belgrade, Serbia, Corresponding Member of Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts, Coordinator of PhD Module Tumor Biology and Oxidative Diseases, Vice President of Serbian Society for Free Radical and Mitochondrial Physiology, Vice President of Serbian Society for Proteomics

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