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Prof.dr Franko Cetinić In Memoriam



Prof. dr. FRANKO CETINIĆ
(1931 – 2017)

Rođen je 10.07.1931.godine u Blatu na Korčuli, gdje je završio osnovnu školu. Studij hemije je završio na Filozofskom fakultetu u Sarajevu 1958. godine, a specijalizaciju iz medicinske
biohemije 1961. godine na Farmaceutskom fakultetu u Zagrebu. Doktorsku disertaciju pod nazivom „Sinteza metalnih soli porfirina i njihovi apsorpcioni spektri“ odbranio je 1964. godine
na Prirodno-matematičkom fakultetu u Sarajevu.

Sudionik je brojnih međunarodnih i nacionalnih kongresa i stručnih sastanaka iz oblasti kliničkebiohemije. Objavio je više od 200 naučnih i stručnih radova. Autor je tri knjige i praktikuma iz
kliničke biohemije za studente Farmaceuskog fakulteta. Bio je mentor kod 10 magistarskihradova i 4 doktorske disertacije kao i kod 79 specijalizacija iz kliničke biohemije.

Kao mentor ili član komisije za obranu magistarskih ili doktorskih radova sudjelovao je na Biokemijsko-farmaceuskom fakultetu i Medicinskom fakultetu u Zagrebu, Farmaceuskom fakultetu u Beogradu i na Prirodno-matematičkom, Medicinskom i Farmaceuskom fakultetu u Sarajevu. Utemeljio je Institut za kliničku hemiju i biohemiju Kliničkog centra Univerziteta u Sarajevu čiji je direktor bio 27 godina. Bio je predsjednik Društva medicinskih biohemičara Jugoslavije. Pored ostalih nagrada za svoj doprinos razvoju kliničke biohemije dobio je Ordenrada sa zlatnim vijencem.

Professor Todor Gruev In Memoriam



Todor Gruev, BCLF president addresed to XI BCLF Meeting participants

IN MEMORIAM
Professor Todor Gruev

Upon learning the sad news of the passing of professor Todor Gruev, the Society of Medical Biochemists of Serbia and Balkan Clinical Laboratory Fedration feels obliged to remember our many years of scientific and expert collaboration and personal friendship with him.

Professor Todor Gruev was born on 6.1.1947 in Sofia, Republic of Bulgaria. In 1971 he graduated from the Institute of Biology at the Faculty of Natural Sciences and Mathematics, in Biology and Biochemistry and in 1971 he received his master’s degree in the field of molecular biology in Zagreb. He had his professional training at the Institute of Clinical Biochemistry in Zagreb in 1988 and in Munich and Stuttgart in the Federal Republic of Germany (1988, 1992, 1995, 1997,
1999, 2001, 2003, and 2005).

He received his PhD at the Faculty of Natural Sciences and Mathematics in Skopje in biological sciences in 1991 and the subject of his doctoral dissertation was the nephrotoxic influence of the drugs on the kidneys.

He was appointed research assistant at the Department of Biochemistry at the University Clin- ical Centre (subject clinical biochemistry), research assistant professor at the Department of Biochemistry at the University Clinical Centre in 1992, research assistant professor at the De- partment of Biochemistry at the University Clinical Centre in 1998, associate professor at the Institute of Applied Biochemistry (subject clinical biochemistry) at the Faculty of Pharmacy in Skopje in 2000, and professor at the Institute of Applied Biochemistry (subject clinical biochem- istry) at the Faculty of Pharmacy in Skopje in 2006.

Professor Todor Gruev was included in the graduate studies for students of pharmacy for the subject clinical biochemistry, postgraduate studies in clinical biochemistry for graduate phar- macy students and doctors; specialization courses (theoretical and practical part) in clinical bio- chemistry for doctors-specialists. Under his mentorship many graduate theses have been made by pharmacy students; he was mentor of many postgraduate candidates and he was mentoring the writing and defending of many doctoral dissertations. He actively participated in the creation of educational programs for the graduate studies in clinical biochemistry as well as of postgrad- uate programs for pharmacists for the above mentioned subject. He was the Head of the Sec- tion of Haematology and Coagulation and of the special department for monitoring the kidney

function in patients with kidney transplantation, specifically for monitoring the effects of the ap- plied therapy (nephrotoxic effect) at the Institute of Clinical Biochemistry at the Faculty of Med- icine.

Professor Todor Gruev has published more than 160 scientific papers in domestic and foreign journals. He was the author and co-author of many books in the area of medical biochemistry. He was a member of the Presidency of the Balkan Clinical Laboratory Federation (BCLF), a member of the Forum of European Societies of Clinical Chemistry (FESCC); a member of the German Federation of Clinical Chemistry (DGCC) and a member of the group for education, quality control and laboratory management (EC4) of FESCC.

All of us who loved and valued him had a hard time hearing about his sudden death, so in this way we would also like to pay our respect and express our condolences to his great family.

I have chosen several photographs from the rich collection of the Society to remember Profes- sor Todor Gruev and help us to never forget him.

Danica Labudović
Society of Medical Biochemists of Macedonia

Nada Majkic-Singh
Society of Medical Biochemists of Serbia


Todor Gruev with participants of XI BCLF Meeting in Belgrade-Kalemegdan, 2003

IN MEMORY OF VICTOR BLATON


Upon learning the sad news of the passing of professor Victor Blaton, the Society of Medical Biochemists of Serbia feels obliged to remember our many years of scientific and expert collaboration and personal friendship with him. Professor Victor Blaton first came to Belgrade as the president of the FESCC in June 2005, to join the celebration of the 50th anniversary of the Society of Medical Biochemists of Serbia and Montenegro. On this occasion, the First Symposium for Balkan Region was held, entitled Education, Management and Standards in Laboratory Medicine, which, as the president of the FESCC, professor Blaton wholeheartedly supported and even asked for such symposia to be regularly organized. The tradition of holding this Symposium has lasted to this day. Professor Blaton was a coordinator, teacher and participant of practically every Symposium held. As the president of the FESCC, he promoted the importance and goals of this European organization, bringing it closer to our medical biochemists. Professor Blaton was also a welcome guest and teacher at our national congresses, as well as the Congresses of the Balkan Federation, of which four were organized in Serbia with great success. For his contribution to the promotion of clinical chemistry and laboratory medicine in our country, the Balkan region and globally, the Society of Medical Biochemists of Serbia presented professor Blaton with the highest reward of the Society, our Honorary Diploma.

Professor Blaton last stayed in Belgrade in May 2015, on the occasion of the 60th anniversary of the Society of Medical Biochemists of Serbia and the 12th EFLM Symposium for Balkan region. Professor Blaton truly wanted to get to know the way of life, the customs and the people of Serbia and the Balkan, and I will never forget his desire to learn about the wines that can be found in Serbia. I knew he was a wine connoisseur, but once he confused me with a question: how to obtain the wine called »Probus« from Fruska Gora? I had never heard about this brand of wine, however, upon my request, some colleagues soon brought two bottles of this rare wine that he took to Belgium. They are probably still in his collection. The last time we met was in October of last year in Tirana, at the Congress of the Balkan Federation of Laboratory Medicine. We were all very happy to see each other again and evoke memories of previous meetings and events.

All of us who loved and valued him had a hard time hearing about his sudden death, so in this way we would also like to pay our respect and express our condolences to his great family.

I have chosen several photographs from the rich collection of the Society to remember Professor Victor Blaton and help us to never forget him.

Nada Majkić-Singh
Society of Medical Biochemists of Serbia


Professor Victor Blaton, FESCC President addressed to the participants of the 50th Anniversary of SMBS and FESCC
Symposium for Balkan region, 2005

Professor Victor Blaton receiving Award »Diploma« from Nada Majkić-Singh granted to EFCC from the Society of Medical Biochemists of Serbia Professor Victor Blaton, FESC President addressed to the participants of the XI BCLF Meeting


Professor Victor Blaton receiving Honorary Diploma of the Society of Medical Biochemists of Serbia


Professor VIctor Blaton with other lecturers on 7th EFCC Symposlium for Balkan Region, 2011


SMBS Honorary Diploma granted to Professor Victor Blaton


Professor Victor Blaton with Serbian colleagues and lecturers on the 11th EFLM Symposium for Balkan Region, 2015

Prim. Verica Vuković In Memoriam



IN MEMORIAM
Prim. mr. ph Verica Vuković
30.08.1924. - 01.01.2017.

Neumoljiva smrt odnela je iz naše sredine Prim. mr. ph Vericu Vuković, stručnjaka i neumornog radnika na polju kliničko‐laboratorijske dijagnostike.

Prim. Verica Vuković magistar farmacije, specijalista medicinske biohemije, primarijus rođena je 30. 08. 1924. godine u Đurđevu u Vojvodini. Gimnaziju je završila u Novom Sadu, Farmaceutski fakultet u Zagrebu 1951. godine, specijalizaciju iz mediciniske biohemije na Medicinskom fakultetu u Novom Sadu. Primarijat za oblast medicinska biohemija dodeljen joj je 1978. godine. Nakon diplomiranja radila je kao upravnik apoteke u Doboju. Od 1953. godine je šef medicinsko‐biohemijske laboratorije Doma zdravlja u Tuzli, a potom do 1963. godine šef laboratorije Opšte bolnice u Doboju. U Novi Sad je došla iste godine za šefa biohemijske laboratorije Klinike za interne bolesti Medicinskog fakulteta u Novom Sadu. U Dom zdravlja "Novi Sad" prešla je 1981. godine. Objedinjavanjem službi primarne zdravstvene zaštite u Novom Sadu povezala je rad vanbolničkih laboratorija na nivou grada i organizovala savremenu, automatizovanu medicinsko‐biohemijsku laboratoriju - Službu "Laboratorijska dijognostika" Doma zdravlja "Novi Sad", čiji je bila direktor sve do penzionisanja 1990. godine. Okupila je značajan broj visoko stručnih kadrova, specijalista medicinske biohemije, a takođe i upućivala na specijalizaciju medicinske biohemije diplomirane farmaceute i lekare, koji danas vode Službu "Laboratorijska dijagnostika" Doma zdravlja "Novi Sad". Odlikovala se izvanrednim organizacionim sposobnostima, bila vrstan stručnjak i cenjeni saradnik, omiljena kod kolega i pacijenata.

Objavila je oko 50 radova iz domena laboratorijske dijagnostike. Takođe je bila uključena u rad više naučnih projekata. Stručni saradnik je na Projektu "Sve obuhvatna zaštita od kardiovaskularnih bolesti stanovništva Vojvodine" rađe nog na Klinici za interne bolesti u Novom Sadu 1976. godine u okviru programa Svetske zdravstvene organizacije (WHO). Sarađuje sa međunarodnim centrima za lipide u Pragu (ČSSR) i Atlanti (SAD). U Domu zdravlja od 1981. godine vodila je stručnu grupu u izvođenju desetogodišnje studije WHO Projekota "MONIKA" (Projekat multinacionalnog monitoringa morbiditeta i mortaliteta od kardiovaskularnih bolesti) i "SINDI". Saradnik je na Projektu "Racionalizacija i modernizacija laboratorijske dijagnostike u Vojvodini" u periodu 1977 - 1980. godine na Institutu za zdravstvenu zaštitu Medicinskog fakulteta u Novom Sadu.

Prim. Verica Vuković bila je član Farmaceutskog društva Srbije i član Farmaceutskog društva Vojvodine Sekcije za medicinsku biohemiju i njen predsednik u dva mandatna perioda (1974–1978. i 1984–1988). Već od 1974. godine okupila je medicinske biohemičare svih zdravstvenih ustanova u Vojvodini u okviru Sekcije za medicinsku biohemiju Vojvodine. Među prvima uvela je na nivou sekcije sistem kontrole kvaliteta rada kliničko-biohemijskih laboratorija u Vojvodini. Organizovala je predavanja od interesa za struku dovođenjem eminentnih predavača po pozivu sa Farmaceutskih i Medicinskih fakulteta, iz centara odgovornih za edukaciju medicinskih biohemičara i razvoj i unapređenje medicinsko‐biohemijske struke u Jugoslaviji. Bila je član Saveza farmaceutskih društava Jugoslavije (SFDJ), Društva medicinskih biohemičara Jugoslavije (DMBJ), član Izvršnog odbora DMBJ, član komisije za medicinsku biohemiju Srbije i komisije DMBJ, član Redakcionog odbora naučnog časopisa "Jugoslovenska medicinska biohemija" i časopisa "Farmaceut" Farmaceutskog društva Vojvodine. Pokrenula je održavanje"Farmaceutskih dana Vojvodine". Bila je predsednik Organizacionog odbora VII Kongresa medicinskih biohemičara Jugoslavije sa međunarodnim učešćem, održanom u Novom Sadu 1987. godine.

Dodeljena su joj priznanja 1979. godine Diploma Saveza farmaceutskih društava Jugoslavije, 1982. godine Povelja Farmaceutskog društva Srbije, Povelja Farmaceutskog društva Vojvodine i 1994. godine Diploma Društva medicinskih biohemičara Jugoslavije.

Koleginica Verica čitav svoj radni vek posvetila je organizaciji i unapređenju rada kliničko‐biohemijske laboratorijske dijagnostike i ostavila neizbrisivi trag na polju razvoja struke medicinske biohemije na ovim prostorima. Svojim predanim radom zadužila je generacije medicinskih biohemičara i Zdravstvenih tehničara. Ostaće svima nama u lepom sećanju kao poštovana koleginica i prijatelj. Imala je ćerku Vesnu profesora engleskog jezika. Suprug joj je bio profesor Medicinskog fakulteta - dr Vladislav Vuković.


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