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Jelena M. KonstantinoviŠ

assistant
Faculty of Chemistry, Studentski trg 12-16, Beograd
Department of Organic Chemistry

Phone:   011-3336659

Phone (local):   659

Laboratory:   432

E-mail:   jelena_konstantinovic AT chem · bg · ac · rs

Personal data

Born on December 5, 1988 in Belgrade, Serbia. Single. Speaks Serbian and English language.

Education and qualifications

2011: Basic academic (BSc) studies - Chemistry / University of Belgrade - Faculty of Chemistry (Belgrade, Serbia)

2012: Master academic (MSc) studies - Chemistry / University of Belgrade - Faculty of Chemistry (Belgrade, Serbia)

History of employment

2012-2013: Graduate researcher / Innovation center of the Faculty of Chemisty in Belgrade (Belgrade, Serbia)

2013-2016: Assistant / University of Belgrade - Faculty of Chemistry (Belgrade, Serbia)

Awards and merits

2010: DAAD (Deutscher Akademischer Austausch Dienst) fellowship:
Research at the Max Planck Institute for the Chemical Physics of Solids (Dresden, Germany, July - August 2010)

2015: European School of Medicinal Chemistry fellowship, Urbino, Italy, 2015

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Representative references

1. Marković, O. S.; Cvijetić, I. N.; Zlatović, M. V.; Opsenica, I. M.; Konstantinović, J. M.; Terzić Jovanović, N. V.; Šolaja, B. A.; Verbić, T. Ž. Human serum albumin binding of certain antimalarials. Spectrochim. Acta Mol. Biomol. Spectrosc. 2018, 192, 128-139.

2. Konstantinović, J.; Videnović, M.; Srbljanović, J.; Djurković-Djaković, O.; Bogojević, K.; Sciotti, R.; Šolaja, B. Antimalarials with benzothiophene moieties as aminoquinoline partners. Molecules 201722(3), 343.

3. Srbljanović, J.; Štajner, T.; Konstantinović, J.; Terzić-Jovanović, N.; Uzelac, A.; Bobić, B.; Šolaja, B. A.; Djurković-Djaković, O. Examination of the antimalarial potential of experimental aminoquinolines: poor in vitro effect does not preclude in vivo efficacy. International Journal of Antimicrobial Agents, 2017, 50, 461-466.

4. Terzic, N.; Konstantinovic, J.; Tot, M.; Burojevic, J.; Djurkovic-Djakovic, O.; Srbljanovic, J.; Stajner, T.; Verbić, T.; Zlatović, M.; Machado, M.; Albuquerque, I. S.; Prudêncio, M.; Sciotti, R. J.; Pecic, S.; D’Alessandro, S.; Taramelli, D.; Solaja, B. A. Reinvestigating Old Pharmacophores: Are 4-aminoquinolines and Tetraoxanes Potential Two-Stage Antimalarials? Journal of Medicinal Chemistry2016, 59, 264-281.

5. Videnović, M.; Opsenica, D. M.; Burnett, J. C.; Gomba, L.; Nuss, J. E.; Selaković, Ž.; Konstantinović, J.; Krstić, M.; Šegan, S.; Zlatović, M.; Sciotti, R. J.; Bavari, S.; Šolaja, B. A. Second Generation Steroidal 4‑Aminoquinolines Are Potent, Dual-Target Inhibitors of the Botulinum Neurotoxin Serotype A Metalloprotease and P. falciparum Malaria. Journal of Medicinal Chemistry, 2014, 57, 4134-4153.

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