Katarina Stojanović

Research Trainee

Research interest: environmental chemistry, electrochemistry, organic pollutants, electrochemical oxidation processes, analytical chemistry

Education:

BSc in Chemistry (2022), Faculty of Chemistry, University of Belgrade, BSc thesis title: “In vitro assessment of bioavailability of elements by simulated lung fluid by comparing Hatch’s and artificial intestitial fluid”

MSc in Chemistry (2023), Faculty of Chemistry, University of Belgrade, MSc thesis title: “Assessment of bioavailability of potentially toxic elements from vineyard soil using simulated lung fluids”

PhD studies, 2023- present, Faculty of Chemistry, University of Belgrade

Career:

  • Student internship at the Department of Applied Chemistry, Faculty of Chemistry, University of Belgrade, topic: “Performing in vitro bioavailability analysis of elements extracted from soil using a simulated lung fluid solution”
  • Student internship at the Department of Applied Chemistry, Faculty of Chemistry, University of Belgrade, topic: “Preparation of coal samples for elemental analysis and interpretation of elemental analysis results”

Active projects:

Removal of polluting substances from the environment 0502308 (2024- present); participant