Prof. dr. Rifat Hadziselimovic, PhD - Institute for genetic engineering and biotechnology - Academician

Prof. dr. Rifat Hadziselimovic

PhD

Institute for genetic engineering and biotechnology

Academician

Sarajevo, Kanton Sarajevo | Bosnia and Herzegowina

Main Specialties: Biochemical Genetics, Biology, Biotechnology, Medical Genetics, Molecular Genetic Pathology

Additional Specialties: Population Genetics

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Prof. dr. Rifat Hadziselimovic, PhD - Institute for genetic engineering and biotechnology - Academician

Prof. dr. Rifat Hadziselimovic

PhD

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(1) PERSONAL DATA

Name and surname: Rifat Hadžiselimovic
Address: Zagreba?ka 47/I, 71000 Sarajevo
Telephone: ++387 33 22 09 26 i 81 09 66
Fax: ++387 33 44 28 91
E–mail: rifat.hadziselimovic@ingeb.unsa.ba; rifat.hadziselimovic@gmx.net; rifat.hadziselimovic@gmail.com
Date of Birth: January 07, 944
Birth Place: Šiprage, Kotor Varoš
Family: Wife and two children
Citizenship: Bosnia and Herzegovina
Languages: Bosnian (native), English (good), German (basic)


(2) AWARDS AND PRIZES

1966 - Award of the University of Sarajevo for student scientific work
1966 - The Golden Badge of the University of Sarajevo for excellent study success in the
1977 - Republic Award for Scientific Work “Veselin Masleša”
1977, 1981 - Golden Plaque and Prize of the Movement "Science for Youth”
1989 - Medal "Biris Kidri?" – “Technique to People” of Yugoslavia, for special merits in the spread of technical culture
1986 - The plaque with a Diploma, University of Sarajevo
1969 - “Božo Škerlj” numismate antropologiae pro anno MCMLXXXIX
1990 - Sixth-aprilian Anniversary Award of the City of Sarajevo
2007 - Award of the University of Sarajevo for the most successful professor of the Faculty of Science
2008 - Special recognition to the founder of INGEB, on the occasion of the 20th anniversary
2010 - Plaque of the University of Sarajevo
2018 - Ingeb heliks 1988 for a special contribution to the establishment and affirmation of the Institute


(3) SIGNIFICANT FUNCTIONS IN SCIENTIFIC AND PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS
o President of the Assembly of the Anthropological Society of B&H
o Member of the Executive Committee of the Anthropological Society of Yugoslavia
o Secretary of the Society of Genetics of B&H
o President and member of the Executive Board of the Genecists Society of B&H
o President of the Commission for Population Genetics, Genecists Society of B&H
o Member of the Executive Committee of the Society of Genetics of Yugoslavia
o Vice President of the Ecological Society of B&H (EkoB&H)
o Member of the Executive Committee of the Biological Society (F) of B&H
o Member of the Executive Board of the Association for Forensic Medicine and related sciences
o Member of the European Anthropological Association
o Honorary member and president of the Ethics Committee of the Association of Genetics in B&H
o Editor, member of the editorial board and reviewer of several scientific journals and books
o Permanent reviewer of Molecular Biology Reports
o President of the Editorial Board of the Journal Genetics & Applications

(4) REFERENCES

o Original scientific papers................................................204
o Expert papers....................................................................... 29
o Books, textbooks, chapters and manuals.....................33
o Scientific and professional projects (elaborates).......70
o Scientific conferences (with papers)..............................85
o Quotation in textbooks and books..................................31



Primary Affiliation: Institute for genetic engineering and biotechnology - Sarajevo, Kanton Sarajevo , Bosnia and Herzegowina

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Education

Jul 2019
Post– doctoral studies, Vienna
PostDoc
Jul 2019
Post– doctoral studies, Washington DC
PostDoc
Jul 2019
Pre–doctoral studies, Stockholm – Lund
PreDoc
Jul 2019
PhD in Biology, Faculty of Sciences, University of Sarajevo
PhD
Jul 2019
PhD in Biology, Faculty of Sciences, University of Sarajevo
PhD
Jul 2019
Master of Biological Sciences (Antropology), Faculty of Science, University of Zagreb, Croatia
Master Degree
Jul 2019
Master of Biological Sciences (Antropology), Faculty of Science, University of Zagreb, Croatia
Master Degree
Jul 2019
Master of Biological Sciences (Antropology), Faculty of Science, University of Zagreb, Croatia
Master Degree
Jul 2019
Bsc. In Biology, Faculty of Science, Universitiy of Sarajevo
University
Jul 2019
Bsc. In Biology, Faculty of Science, Universitiy of Sarajevo
University
Jul 2019
Bsc. In Biology, Faculty of Science, Universitiy of Sarajevo
University
Jul 2019
Bsc. In Biology, Faculty of Science, Universitiy of Sarajevo
University
Jul 2019
High School in Banja Luka
High School
Jul 2019
High School in Banja Luka
High School
Jul 2019
High School in Banja Luka
High School
Jul 2019
High School in Banja Luka
High School
Jul 2019
High School in Banja Luka
High School
Jul 2019
1954–1958: Elementary school in Kotor Varoš
Elementary Schol
Jul 2019
1954–1958: Elementary school in Kotor Varoš
Elementary Schol
Jul 2019
1954–1958: Elementary school in Kotor Varoš
Elementary Schol
Jul 2019
1954–1958: Elementary school in Kotor Varoš
Elementary Schol
Jul 2019
1954–1958: Elementary school in Kotor Varoš
Elementary Schol
Jul 2019
1954–1958: Elementary school in Kotor Varoš
Elementary Schol

Experience

Jul 2019
Academy of Science and Arts of Bosnia and Herzegovina
Academician
Jul 2019
Journal: Genetics
President of Editorial Board
Jul 2019
Faculty of Science, University of Sarajevo
Professor emeritus
Jul 2019
Institute of Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology, Sarajevo
Chairman of the Menagement Board
Jul 2019
Faculty of Science, University of Sarajevo
Head of Department of Genetics, Postgraduate Study of Biological Sciences
Jul 2019
Faculty of Sciences, University of Sarajevo
Head of the Postgraduate study of biological sciences
Jul 2019
Institute of Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology, Sarajevo (cooperation with the International Commission on Missing Persons: until 2003)
Coordinator of DNA projects and Scientific Advisor
Jul 2019
Institute of Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology, Sarajevo
Coordinator and Director,
Jul 2019
Agromediteran and Teacher Training Faculty, University of Mostar
Professor at the subjects Genetics and Organic Evolution with Anthropology
Jul 2019
Biotechnical Faculty, University of Bihac
Professor of the Genetics
Jul 2019
Faculty of Philosophy and Faculty of Sciences, University of Tuzla,
Professor of the Anthropology and Evolution
Jul 2019
Faculty of Agriculture and Food Sciences University of Sarajevo
Professor of Genetics and Genetics and Biotechnology,
Jul 2019
Faculty of Science, University of Sarajevo
Head of Department of Biology
Jul 2019
Department of General Biology, Faculty of Science (discontinued in several terms)
Head of Department
Jul 2019
Faculty of Sciences, University of Sarajevo
Docent
Jul 2019
Faculty of Sciences, University of Sarajevo
Assistant

Publications

14Publications

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Frequency Distribution and Association of some Morpho- and Physiological Traits in Patients with Lung Diseases in Kosova.

Coll Antropol 2015 Dec;39(4):907-13

The aim of this study was to investigate the distribution of specific phenotypes in patients with lung diseases as well as their eventual association with the risk of developing lung diseases. For this purpose 2777 patients with lung diseases and 2778 healthy individuals from all over Kosova were examined for the appearance of the following selected phenotypes: ear lobe free (ELF)/ear lobe attached, normal chin (NC)/cleft chin, tongue roller (TR)/non roller, hand clasping right thumb over (HC)/hand clasping left thumb over, righthanded (RH)/lefthanded. In addition, the blood group from ABO system and the presence or absence of the Rhesus factor asphenotypical markers were observed. The results obtained show significant differences between control and lung disease patients for NC (p ? 0.05) and TR (p ? 0.005) as well as for blood groups AB (p ? 0.05) and O (p ? 0.005). These results point to eventually increased levels of genetic load as a result of the increased homozygosity in some gene loci causing an increased frequency of some recessive phenotypes in patients with lung diseases. Together with the specific associations observed, these preliminary findings could serve as a basis for further in depth investigations with respect to the types of lung diseases, occupational exposure and dietary habits, and thus is expected to contribute to an understanding of predispositions and susceptibility to lung diseases.

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December 2015
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Polymorphic Alu insertions in human populations of Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Ann Hum Biol 2013 Mar 30;40(2):181-5. Epub 2013 Jan 30.

Institute for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology, Zmaja od Bosne 8 Kampus, 71000 Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina.

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http://dx.doi.org/10.3109/03014460.2012.756063DOI Listing
March 2013
36 Reads
1.273 Impact Factor

Molecular-genetic variance of RH blood group system within human population of Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Bosn J Basic Med Sci 2013 Feb;13(1):10-3

Institute for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology Sarajevo, Zmaja od Bosne 8, 71 000 Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina.

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http://dx.doi.org/10.17305/bjbms.2013.2403DOI Listing
February 2013
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Comparative analysis of dermatoglyphic traits in Albanian and Turkish population living in Kosovo.

Coll Antropol 2009 Dec;33(4):1001-5

Medical Faculty, University of Prishtina, Prishtina, Kosovo.

The aim of the study was to compare quantitative dermatoglyphic traits of two ethnic groups with different origin and customs, living on the same territory. The dermatoglyphic prints were collected from 800 inhabitants of the Dukagjin valley in southwest Kosovo, of Albanian (400) and Turkish (400) ethnic origin. The quantitative analysis comprised the number of ridges and triradii on the fingers, and the number of ridges in the interdigital areas on the palm (a-b, b-c, and c-d) as well as the size of the atd angle. The statistical analysis showed significant differences between the Albanian and the Turkish males for two fingers and pattern intensity index left, and on palms for a-b rc and c-d rc on both hands and b-c re on the left hand, and between females for six fingers and almost all palmar traits. Significant inter-population variations were observed for most palmar areas in both sexes but more pronouncedly in females. The differences found between the examined population groups show that admixture between Albanian and Turkish population in Kosovo has been small, and the Turks have retained their ethnic identity for several centuries.

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December 2009
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Overview of human population-genetic studies in Bosnia and Herzegovina during the last three centuries: history and prospective.

Coll Antropol 2008 Sep;32(3):981-7

Instute for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology, Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina.

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September 2008
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Population data for the twelve Y-chromosome short tandem repeat loci from the sample of multinational population in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

J Forensic Sci 2005 Jan;50(1):223-5

Institute for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology, Kemalbegova 10, 71 000 Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina.

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January 2005
52 Reads
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Mother's age effect on the boys' anthropometric properties in the Region of Tuzla (Bosnia and Herzegovina).

Coll Antropol 2004 Dec;28(2):563-70

Department of Biology, Faculty of Science, University of Tuzla, Tuzla, Bosnia and Herzegovina.

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December 2004
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[Indicators of growth and development of boys from the community of Tuzla].

Med Arh 2002 ;56(3):135-42

Medicinski fakultet Univerzitet u Tuzli.

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November 2002
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