Dr. Ivana Gađanski (BioSens Institute, Novi Sad) is a biologist, researcher and senior scientific consultant at the BioSens Institute and the Business Development Department at BioSens Institute, Assistant Professor at the University of Metropolitan in Belgrade and a lecturer at PhD studies at the Faculty of Biology, University of Belgrade. Dr Gađanski has a multidisciplinary experience in biomedicine and bioengineering.
She received her Ph.D. at Georg August University and Max Plank Institute of Biophysical Chemistry, Gottingen, Germany. She was Fulbright visiting professor at Columbia University in New York, USA, in the Laboratory for Stem Cells and Tissue Engineering with Prof. Phd Gordana Vunjak Novakovic. In 2019 she was one of 14 winners of the American Food Institute's project, where she presented a project to develop sensors for monitoring the cultivation of cultivated meat on a microfluidic model. Ivana is the winner of the TED Fellow Award and she is a member of the "Young Scientists" group within the World Economic Forum.
"We are all like stem cells, we can become anything. Decide what you want to be and work on that"