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Dr. Zoran Štefanić

Head of laboratory
Head of laboratory
+385 1 457 1405
Internal phone number
Rudjer Boskovic Institute
P.O. Box 180
10000 Zagreb


  • December 2004           Ph.D. in physics Title of the thesis: ‘The Role of Hydrogen Bond in Supramolecular Organization of Oxalyl and Phthaloyl Derivatives of Amino Acids’
  • 2003-2004       Doctoral study at the University of Zagreb
  • 2001-2003       Postgraduate study of physics (biophysics) at the University of Zagreb, Faculty of Science, Department of  Physics
  • 2000       University of Zagreb, Faculty of Science, Department of  Physics B. Sc. degree obtained on November 6, 2000. Title of the B. Sc. thesis: 'The Effects of Configuration Space Reduction in Interacting Boson Fermion Models'

Research Areas

Awards and Achievements

Cambridge Crystallographic Data Centre Poster prize in chemical crystallography at the 22nd European Crystallographic Meeting,  for the poster under the title: "Hydrogen Bonding Organization In Crystal Structures Of (S,S)-N,N’-Phthaloyl-Bis(Amino Acid) Derivatives"


2008- Course "Group theory in crystallography"


Books and book chapters

Authored books

  • Wittine, K., Štefanić, Z. & Mintas, M. (2021) Personalized cancer therapy. Zagreb, Medicinska naklada.

Journal articles

Scientific and review papers

Educational material


  • Mintas, M., Wittine, K. & Štefanić, Z. (2018) New anticancer drugs. Zagreb. Školska knjiga.


Doctoral dissertation

  • Štefanić, Z. (2004) 'The role of hydrogen bond in supramolecular organization of oxalyl and phthaloyl derivatives of amino acids', doktorska disertacija, Prirodoslovno-matematički fakultet, Zagreb.

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