Dr. Srećko Kirin

Head of laboratory

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Telephone
+385 1 457 1367
Internal phone number
1897
1589
Address
Laboratory for solid state and complex compounds chemistry
Division of Materials Chemistry
Ruđer Bošković Institute
Bijenička cesta 54
10000 Zagreb
Croatia
Curriculum vitae

Projects

Minimal artificial enzymes: Expanding the application of "backdoor induction" through new substrates and new asymmetric reactions, Research project (IP-2014-09-1461), Croatian Science Foundation (HrZZ), 103.500 € (2015-2019), with international peer-review; principle investigator: dr. sc. Srećko Kirin

Bioinspired asymmetric catalysis: backdoor induction of chirality using oxazoline based amino acid bioconjugates (38/14), program Marie Curie FP7-People-2011-Cofund (NewFelPro incomming fellowship), 24.000 € (2014-2015), with international peer-review; project manager: dr. Manish Kumar, scientist in charge / mentor: dr. sc. Srećko Kirin

Metallated bioconjugates for applications in biological and material sciences (02.04/23), Homing grant program, Croatian Science Foundation (HrZZ), 100.000 € (2010-2011), with international peer-review; principle investigator: dr. sc. Srećko Kirin; press release: RBI web

Organometallic and inorganic bioconjugates as potential enantioselective catalysis (36/08), Homeward grant program, Unity through knowledge fund (UKF), 260.000 € (2009-2011), with international peer-review; principle investigator: dr. sc. Srećko Kirin; press release: RBI web

Collaborations (bilateral / multilateral):

Minimal artificial enzymes: a study of secondary structures of stereoselective catalyts by H/D exchange method in mass spectrometry, Croatian-Serbian bilateral grant program (2019-2021), principle investigators: dr. sc. Srećko Kirin and dr. sc. Suzana Veličković (Vinča Institute of Nuclear Sciences, Serbia).

Chemobrionics, COST Action CA17120 (2018-2022), chair: Professor Julyan Cartwright (University of Granada, Spain); management committee member and member of working group WG1: "Morphology and Nanocharacterization": dr. sc. Srećko Kirin

A facile route to chiral catalysts using bioorthogonal "click" reactions on (organo)metal scaffolds, Croatian-German bilateral grant program, funding agencies: MZO and DAAD; (2018-2019), principle investigators: dr. sc. Srećko Kirin and Professor Ulrich Schatzschneider (Universität Würzburgu, Germany).

From molecules to crystals - how do organic molecules form crystals? (Crystallize), COST Action CM1402 (2015-2018); chair: Dr. Simon Lawrence (University College Cork, Ireland), management committee member and member of working group WG4 "Integrating Crystal Engineering and Crystal Growth Philosophies for Applications": dr. sc. Srećko Kirin

Using metallocene peptides as the molecular probes to perform fast and high throughput drug screening for Alzheimer disease, Croatian-Chinese bilateral grant program (2014-2015); principle investigators: dr. sc. Srećko Kirin and Professor You-Nian Liu (Central South University Changsha, China).

Catalytic and biological properties of metal complexes with nitrogen ligands, Croatian-Slovenian bilateral grant program; (2014-2015) principle investigators: dr. sc. Srećko Kirin and Professor Iztok Turel (University Ljubljana, Slovenia).

Functional metal complexes that bind to biomolecules, COST Action CM1105 (2012-2016); chair: Professor Jens Müller (Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster, Germany), management committee member and member of working group WG3 "Metal bioconjugates for targeting and delivery": dr. sc. Srećko Kirin.

Synthesis and characterization of multi-metallic bioconjugates, Croatian-German bilateral grant program, funding agencies: MZOŠ and DAAD; (2010-2011), principle investigators: dr. sc. Srećko Kirin and Professor Nils Metzler-Nolte (Ruhr-University Bochum, Germany).

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