Miroslav Gašić
Belgrade, 30 December 1932

Full member

Department of Chemical and Biological Sciences


Membership of SASA
Corresponding member from 12 December 1985
Full member since 28 May 1994

Field of study
Organic chemistry, chemical technology, chemistry of natural products

BSc (1959), PhD (1964), Faculty of Sciences and Mathematics, University of Belgrade; Postdoctoral studies, Worcester Foundation for Experimental Biology, Shrewsbury, Massachusetts, USA (1965); University of California, Los Angeles (1965−1967)

Faculty of Sciences and Mathematics University of Belgrade, full professor (from 1983); Department of Organic Chemistry, head (1985−1996); retired (1997)

Positions in SASA
Secretary of the Department of Chemical and Biological Sciences (from 25 October 2002); SASA Presidency member; member of SASA Gallery Art Council

Membership of SASA boards
Board for Chemistry

Accession speech
Department paper presentation: Chemical Reactivity and Biological Activity of Sesquiterpene Hydroquinone Avarol and Related Derivatives. Glas / SASA. Department of Natural Sciences and Mathematics. 353:52 (1988) 173−178. Speech: One-electron Oxidation-Reductions of Natural Hydroquinone and Quinone / SASA. Department of Natural Sciences and Mathematics. 381:58 (1996) 45−48; Delivered on 29 May 1995

Membership of specialist associations
Serbian Chemical Society, president (1997−2001); Union of Chemical Societies of Yugoslavia, president (1995); International Union for Pure and Applied Chemistry (IUPAC); American Chemical Society; German Chemical Society

Membership of editorial boards
Journal of the Serbian Chemical Society, member of editorial board; Facta Universitatis, Niš; Molecules

Awards and recognitions
October Prize of the City of Belgrade (1988); Labour Day Order with red ribbon (1988); Medal of the Serbian Chemical Society for continual and outstanding contribution to science (1997); Honorary president of the Serbian Chemical Society (2006)

Biography and bibliography
Yearbook / SASA 92 (1986) 467−472; 102 (1996) 399−403.