Ivana Pantelić, PhD

Dipl. farm. Milica Lukić

Position: Assistant Professor
Organizational unit: Depatment of Pharmaceutical Technology and Cosmetology
Room: B 301a
Telefon: +381 113951 365
Fax: +381 11 3972 840
E-mail: ivana.pantelic@pharmacy.bg.ac.rs


Ivana Pantelić (maiden name Jakšić) was born on August 1st 1982 in Belgrade, where she finished Experimental elementary school for French language „Vladislav Ribnikar” and Third Belgrade high school, and has been awarded with the „Vuk Karadžić” certificate. She graduated from Faculty of Pharmacy - University of Belgrade in 2007, where she also obtained her PhD in 2013 (module Pharmaceutical Technology). She is about to finish specialist academic studies in Cosmetology.

After graduation she worked as an intern in Pharmacy „Beograd” (pharmacies „1. maj” and „Radomir Nikolić”), and obtained her license in July 2008. From October 2007 she works at the Department of Pharmaceutical Technology and Cosmetology, Faculty of Pharmacy – University of Belgrade, first as a research assistant (2007-2009), then as a teaching assistant (2009-2016). In March 2016 she became Assisstant Professor. At the Department of Pharmaceutical Technology and Cosmetology she is involved in integrated academic studies (courses: Pharmaceutical Technology I, Pharmaceutical Technology II, Cosmetology and Fundamentals of Pharmaceutical Biotechnology), specialist academic studies in Cosmetology, specialist studies in Pharmaceutical Technology required by healthcare system and doctoral studies in Pharmaceutical Technology.

During her PhD studies, in 2009 she obtained a scholarship of the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) for a research stay in Germany, within a special program entitled „Research experience in Germany for graduates and undergraduates from Serbia”. This collaboration with the Institute for Pharmaceutical Technology of the Eberhard Karls University in Tübingen was continued through two more research stays, in 2011 and 2012.

Throughout 2010, she participated in a project of technological development entitled „Development and characterization of colloid carriers for anti-inflammatory drugs” (TR-19058), and from 2011, in projects „ Development of micro- and nanosystems as carriers for anti-inflammatory drugs and methods of their characterization“ (TR-34031) and „Development of molecules with anti-inflammatory and cardioprotective action: structural modification, modeling, physicochemical characterization and formulation investigations” (OI-172041), all funded by the Ministry of Education, Science and Technological Development of the Republic of Serbia.

She is the editor of an international monograph and author/co-author of more than 80 publications (6 chapters in international books, 16 papers in international journals, 8 papers in national journals, 3 technical solutions and numerous abstracts presented in international and national meetings).

She is fluent in English (Cambridge Certificate of Proficiency in English) and French (Course de Langue et Civilisation Française de la Sorbonne).

  • Pantelic I, Lukic M, Markovic B, Daniels R, Vesic S, Vuleta G, Savic S. Effect of small changes in natural origin-based emulsion systems on hydrocortisone skin absorption and performance: a comparison of two in vivo methods. Pharm Dev Technol (in press) doi: 10.3109/10837450.2012.751407
  • Pantelic I, Lukic M, Markovic B, Lusiana, Hoffmann C, Müller-Goymann C, Milic J, Daniels R, Savic S. Development of a prospective isopropyl alcohol-loaded pharmaceutical base using simultaneous in vitro/in vivo characterization methods of skin performance. Drug Dev Ind Pharm (in press) doi: 10.3109/03639045.2013.794827
  • Lukic M, Pantelic I, Daniels R, Müller-Goyman CC, Savic M, Savic S. Moisturizing emulsion systems based on the novel long-chain alkyl polyglucoside emulsifier The contribution of thermoanalytical methods to the formulation development. J Therm Anal Calorim (in press) doi: 10.1007/s10973-012-2263-
  • Lukic M, Jaksic I, Krstonosic V, Dokic Lj, Savic S. Effect of small change in oil phase composition on rheological and textural properties of w/o emulsion. J Texture Studies (in press) doi:10.1111/j.1745-4603.2012.00363.x
  • Jaksic I, Lukic M, Malenovic A, Reichl S, Hoffmann C, Müller-Goymann C, Daniels R, Savic S. Compounding of a topical drug with prospective natural surfactant-stabilized pharmaceutical bases: physicochemical and in vitro/in vivo characterization. A ketoprofen case study. Eur J Pharm Biopharm 2012; 80: 164-175.
  • Lukic M, Jaksic I, Krstonosic V, Cekic N, Savic S. A combined approach in characterization of an effective w/o hand cream: the influence of emollient on textural, sensorial and in vivo skin performance. Int J Cosmet Sci 2012; 34: 140-149.
  • Tasic-Kostov M, Pavlovic D, Lukic M, Jaksic I, Arsic I, Savic S. Lactobionic acid as antioxidant and moisturizing active in alkyl polyglucoside-based topical emulsions: The colloidal structure, stability and efficacy evaluation. Int J Cosmet Sci 2012; 34 (5): 424-434.
  • Savic S, Lukic M, Jaksic I, Reichl S, Tamburic S, Müller-Goymann C. An alkyl polyglucoside-mixed emulsifier as stabilizer of emulsion systems: The influence of colloidal structure on emulsions skin hydration potential. J Colloid Interf Sci 2011; 358: 182–191.
  • Tasic-Kostov M, Reichl S, Lukic M, Jaksic I, Savic S. Does lactobionic acid affect the colloidal structure and skin moisturizing potential of the alkyl polyglucoside-based emulsion systems? Pharmazie 2011; 66: 862-870.
  • Tasić-Kostov M, Reichl S, Lukic M, Jaksic I, Savic S; Two alkyl polyglucoside natural surfactants varying in the chain length in stabilization of lactobionic acid containing emulsions: physicochemical characterization and in vitro irritation potential assessment; La Rivista Italiana Delle Sostanze Grasse 2011; 88 (4): 256-264.