Dr. Ivan Tanasijevic Dr. Ivan Tanasijevic Dr. Ivan Tanasijevic, a scientific researcher at the Institute for Artificial Intelligence in Serbia, will deliver a lecture on artificial intelligence. Artificial Intelligence in Medicine and Pharmacology Dr. Ivan Tanasijevic's lecture on artificial intelligence will be held on Wednesday, July 5th, at 6:00 PM in the Grand Hall of Matica Srpska. In addition to Dr. Tanasijevic, representing the Institute for Artificial Intelligence, the other participant in the dialogue will be Presbyter Dragan Popovic, representing the "Petar Mandic" Endowment. Follow the lecture via "livestream"! Follow the lecture via "livestream"! If you are interested in the topic of artificial intelligence, and you are not able to attend the lecture in person, follow the "Petar Mandic" Endowment and get the opportunity to follow the artificial intelligence conference live. By filling out the aplication form, you will be sent a link to the "livestream" when the time comes, and you will be able to follow the lecture, wherever you are at that moment. Details about the Lecture "The aim of this lecture is to acquaint the audience with current applications of artificial intelligence and machine learning in pharmacology, medicine, and related fields. After providing a broad overview, we will focus on currently available solutions in the field of computer-aided protein design, as well as the implications they may have for the future of medicine, particularly in the context of personalized medicine." Dr. Ivan Tanasijevic About the Presenter, Dr. Ivan Tanasijevic Dr. Ivan Tanasijevic was born and raised in Zrenjanin. As a student at the Mathematical Gymnasium in Belgrade, he participated in and won medals at numerous international competitions in mathematics, physics, and astronomy, earning him the title of top student of his generation. He completed his undergraduate and master's studies in mathematics at the University of Cambridge with full scholarship support from Trinity College. He also obtained his doctorate at Cambridge, focusing on the mathematical modeling of microorganism swimming. Currently, he is engaged in scientific research at the Institute for Artificial Intelligence in Serbia. His research focuses on the applications of artificial intelligence in health and natural sciences. Share on social media Share on social media If you want to share information about the lecture on artificial intelligence in medicine and pharmacology with your friends on social networks and about the possibility of following the conference live on the Internet, the "share" option allows you to do that!