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Dr. Tina Paradžik

Research associate
Internal phone number
Bijenicka 54, Zagreb, Croatia


  • J.J. Strossmayer University of Osijek, University of Dubrovnik and Ruđer Bošković Institute: PhD Study of Molecular Biosciences (2008. to date)
  • Faculty of science, University of Zagreb, undergraduate study-molecular biology (2001-2006)
  • Gymnasium Juraj Baraković, Zadar (1997-2001)

Research Areas

Specific research interests

Awards and Achievements

-Annual reward from The Society of University teachers, scholars and other scientists, Zagreb for the

publication: Structure-function relationships of two paralogous single-stranded DNA-binding proteins from Streptomyces coelicolor: implication of SsbB in chromosome segregation during sporulation. Nucleic Acids Res., 2014

-Annual reward of Ruđer Bošković Institute for publication: "Leitmotif: protein motif scanning 2. 0”.

Bioinformatics, 2020

-Annual reward of Ruđer Bošković Institute for publication: "Novel arsenic hyper-resistant bacteria from an extreme environment, Crven Dol mine, Allchar, North Macedonia”, Journal of Hazardous Materials, 2021


Molecular microbiology (Faculty of agronomy)- practice course assistant

Publications - journal articles

Izvorni znanstveni rad

Publications - conference proceedings

Sažetak izlaganja sa skupa

Publications - Conference journals

Sažetak izlaganja sa skupa

Publications - Conference unpublished

Neobjavljeni prilog sa skupa

Publications - Graded papers

Diplomski rad

Doktorska disertacija

Membership in professional associations / societies

Croatian microbiological society

Croatian society for biochemistry and molecular biology

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