Berislav Zloković
Belgrade, 6 March 1952

Foreign member

Department of Medical Sciences


Membership of SASA
Foreign member since 23 October 1997

Field of study
Medical physiology and pathology

MD (1975), School of Medicine, University of Belgrade; PhD (1977), Queen Elizabeth College, London; post-doctoral studies (1980‒1982), King’s College, London

University of South California, Zilkha Neurogenetic Institute, director; School of Medicine, University of South California, associate professor (1989); full professor; Laboratory for Neurological Surgery at the University of South California, director (1990); School of Medicine, University of Belgrade, assistant (1977); assistant professor; associate professor; Sherrington school of physiology, University of London, associate visiting professor (1984‒1988)

Accession speech
Held a lecture at the SASA on 30 June 1998: Vascular Theory of Alzheimer’s Disease

Membership of specialist associations
Royal Society of Physiology and Medicine (Great Britain); American Academy of Neurology, (USA); American Academy of Ophthalmology (USA); International Society of Science and Technology  (Great Britain); member of the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke (NINDS) at the  National Institute of Health (USA)

Membership of editorial boards
Neurosurgery, member of the editorial board

Awards and recognitions
British Council Award for Medical Research (1989);
Wellcome Trust Award;
Shannon Award, National Institute of Health (USA);
Zumberge Diversity and Inclusion (D&I)  Research Award (USA)  (1991);
Herbert Hoover Award (1991);
One of ‘The World’s Most Influential Scientific Minds’ for 17 consecutive years (2002‒2019), for ranking in 1 % of the most-cited authors in the field of neurosciences and behavioural sciences, according to the data of the Thomson Reuters and Clarivate Analytics;
Potamkin Prize from the American Academy of Neurology;
Merit Award , National Institute of Health, USA