Ana Starcevic MD, PhD is working as Assistant Professor of Human Anatomy at the Institute of Anatomy, Medical faculty, University of Belgrade, Serbia. Beside neuroscience research, she is involved in teaching undergraduate students anatomy general as well as postgraduate students in specific topics in anatomy such as neuroanatomy. Dr Starcevic completed her residency in psychiatry, and is especially interested in investigation different brain structures as a morphological supstrates of specific psychiatric illnesses and disorders. Her approach as an anatomist allow her to apply basic science knowledge in clinical psychiatry transforming it in translational approach which is nowdays very important, as for the fact that definig the structure which presents a morphological supstrate of the mental illness is crucial both in research and therapy. Dr Starcevic ususally approaches solutions in innovative ways and is also an author of the publications in the field of neuroimaging in psychiatry and biological psychiatry. She is a member of Serbian Medical Society, Serbian Anatomical Society, Serbian Psychiatric Society.
Basic sciences, Human anatomy, Neuroanatomy, Psychiatry, Psychology, Neuroimaging, Biological Psychiatry, Psychoanalysis, Translational Psychiatry, Psychotrauma, Stress, Personality Disorders, Animal models in psychiatry.