Miloš I. Đuran
Chemistry (bioinorganic and medicinal inorganic chemistry)
Kazanci (near Bosansko Grahovo), 1952

Corresponding member

Department of Chemical and Biological Sciences

 

Membership of SASA
Corresponding member since Nov. 5, 2015

Education
BSc  in Chemistry (1976), Faculty of Chemistry, University of Belgrade
MSc (1981), Faculty of Physical Chemistry,  University of Belgrade
PhD  in Chemical Sciences (1985), Faculty of Science, University of Kragujevac
Postdoctoral studies (1989‒1990), Institute of Chemistry, Leiden University, Holland;  Birkbeck College, University of London (1992‒1994).

Career
Faculty of Science, University of Kragujevac, Teaching Assistant (1976‒1985), Assistant Professor (1985‒1995), Associate Professor (1995‒2001), Full Professor (2001‒2017); retired since October 2017

Faculty and University assignments
Institute of Chemistry, Faculty of Science, Kragujevac,  Director (1987‒1989)

Faculty of Science, Kragujevac, Vice Dean for Finances (1998‒2001);
Vice Rector for Education, University of Kragujevac (2001); Rector, University of Kragujevac (2004‒2009)

Membership of SASA Boards
Board for Higher Education
Board for Science

Accession speech
“Medicinal Inorganic Chemistry: Gold (III) Complexes with Peptides as Potential Antitumor and Antimicrobial Agents”, 2016

Membership of specialist associations
Serbian Chemical Society
International Board for Chemistry and Biology of Central European Countries – conference series (since 2014)
National Council for Science and Technological Development of the Republic of Serbia (2009‒2015)
Parent Board for Chemistry of the Ministry of Education, Science and Technological Development (since 2017)

Membership of editorial boards
Metal-Based Drugs (1994‒1996)
Journal of the Serbian Chemical Society,  regional editor for inorganic chemistry (since 2009)

Awards and recognitions

Meritorious member of the Serbian Chemical Society on account of his contribution to the work of the Society (2014)
Medal of the Serbian Chemical Society for lasting and exceptional contribution to science (2016)

Biography and bibliography
Yearbook/SASA for 2016, Vol. CXXII, p. 335