Prof. Dr. Mirjana S. Jankulovska, PhD

CURRENT POSITION

Associate professor in scientific area of chemistry

“Ss. Cyril and Methodius” University in Skopje, Faculty of Agricultural Sciences and Food, Food Institute, Department of Food Quality and Safety, Skopje, Republic of Macedonia

Lectures: undergraduate, postgraduate and doctoral studies, subjects: chemistry analytical chemistry, spectroscopic methods of analyses, food packaging, chemical hazards of food.

Research work: development and validation of analytical methods for qualitative and quantitative determination of components and additives in food samples and agricultural products by using chromatographic and spectroscopic methods.

Participation in national and international projects related to analyses of different parameters in food.

 

EDUCATION

PhD thesis title: Investigation of acid-base equilibriums of some newly synthesized aroylhydrazones of substituted benzhydrazide.

MSc thesis title: Behaviour of newly derivatives of 1,2,4-triazoline-3-thione in different media.

Diploma work title: Square-vawe voltametric method for quantitative determination of aconitic acid.

 

OTHER WORK EXPERIENCE

Chemistry teacher in high school – implementation of curriculum in chemistry, in different high schools: high medical school, high electro technical school and high construction and gymnasium school.

Chemistry teacher in primary school – implementation of curriculum in chemistry, in the different primary schools.

Ability to transfer the knowledge and work with a large number of pupils and students in the realization of the education process. Effective communication with different audiences acquired from informal and formal public speech at congresses and seminars. Very communicative person, who loves to travel, explore, collaborate and work with different people (participation in congresses, projects, collaboration with professors from other faculties, joint research and results in the area of chemistry). Want to share the obtained experiences and ideas with students and colleagues.