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Dr. Ines Sviličić Petrić

Senior research associate
Internal phone number
Academic title
Assistant Professor
Bijenic street 54
10 002 Zagreb
Curriculum vitae


2002. Zagreb, Croatia, University of Zagreb, Faculty of Sciences, Department of Biology,Bachelor (BA) of Science in Ecology

2009. Zagreb, Croatia, University of Zagreb, Faculty of Sciences, Department of Biology, Ph.D. in Microbiology

2010-2011. France, Dijon, INRA, Laboratory for Soil and Environmental Microbiology, Postdoctoral research

Research Areas

Specific research interests


Principal investigator of the EU funded project "Exploring adaptation potential of rhizosphere microbiome to climate change: towards sustainable agriculture in the future" (EU structural and development fund; EU regional development fund)


Teaching undergraduate course „Environmental Microbiology“ at the Postgraduate Interdisciplinary Study in Protection of Nature and Environment at the University of Osijek, Croatia


Journal articles

Scientific and review papers

Conference proceedings papers

Scientific conference proceedings papers


Doctoral dissertation

  • Petrić, I. (2009) 'Selection and characterization of microbial communities as potential catalysts for biodegradation of polychlorinated biphenyls', doktorska disertacija, Prirodoslovno-matematički fakultet, Zagreb.

Membership in professional associations / societies

Member of the Croatian Microbiological Society – Head of the “Section for microbial ecology”

Member of the French Microbiological Society

Member of the EcotoxicoMic: The international network on Microbial Ecotoxicology

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