Dr. Milos Judas was born in 1961 (Petrinja, Croatia). He is currently employed at the University of Zagreb School of Medicine as full professor of neuroscience & anatomy, director of the Croatian Institute for Brain Research, and director of national Center of Excellence in Basic, Clinical & Translational Neuroscience. Since October 2014, he also serves as Vice-Rector for Science & International Cooperation at the University of Zagreb. Since 2008 he is member-collaborator of Croatian Academy of Sciences & Arts (Medical Sciences Class). Professor Judas is internationally recognized developmental neuroscientist with steady publication output and extensive teaching and administrative experience in the academic community. He significantly contributed to development of neuroscience in Croatia through his involvement in the foundation of the Croatian Institute for Brain Research, the Croatian Society for Neuroscience, the first graduate course in neuroscience (for medical students), and the first Ph.D Study Program in Neuroscience. He has served as an invited speaker at many international meetings and schools, as well as an organizer or co-director of a number of international and domestic meetings and workshops.
Human neuroanatomy and human developmental neurobiology; Developmental and evolutionary neurobiology of cognition and language; History of neuroscience.