Jelena Đuriš, PhD
Position: Associate Professor
Organizational unit: Department of Pharmaceutical Technology and Cosmetology
Address: V. Stepe 450, 11221 Belgrade, Serbia
Phone: +381 11 3951-363
Fax: +381 11 3972-840
Jelena Đuriš (maiden name Petrović) was born on 1983 in Derventa. She completed elementary school and gymnasium in Herceg Novi. She graduated at the University in Belgrade – Faculty of Pharmacy in 2007 with an average mark of 9,71. In 2010 she received her PhD in Pharmaceutical Technology at the University of Belgrade – Faculty of Pharmacy with PhD thesis entitled "Characterization of hydrophilic and lipid matrix tablets using in silico methods". The thesis was rewarded as the best doctoral dissertation in 2010 by the Chamber of Commerce of Belgrade. Jelena Đuriš defended the thesis in academic specialization studies in Industrial pharmacy entitled "The application of Quality by Design concept in in the process of fluidized bed granulation" in 2011 at the University of Belgrade – Faculty of Pharmacy.
Since 2007 she is employed at the University in Belgrade – Faculty of Pharmacy as: teaching associate (2007-2008), teaching assistant (2008-2012), and assistant professor (from 2014 - to date) at the Department of Pharmaceutical Technology and Cosmetology. She is involved in the teaching activities in integrated academic studies (Pharmaceutical Technology II and Industrial Pharmacy courses), specialization academic studies in Industrial Pharmacy and both specialization and doctoral studies in Pharmaceutical Technology.
From 2008 to 2010 she was engaged in the project of technological development entitled "Development and application of in vitro and in silico methods in biopharmaceutical characterization of BCS class 2 and 3 drugs" (TR-23015), and starting from the year of 2011 she is engaged in the project of technical development entitled "Development of products and technologies that enable desired drug release from solid oral dosage forms" (TR-34007) funded by the Ministry of Education, Science and Technological Development of Republic of Serbia. From 2010 until 2012 she was engaged on Tempus project entitled "Postgraduate Qualification in Pharmacy - The Way Forward".
During her PhD studies she was a guest researcher at the Industrial Pharmacy Laboratory at the Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Basel, Switzerland. During 2011 she received a scholarship from the Ministry of Education, Science and Technological Development of Republic of Serbia for her postdoctoral studies at the Department of Pharmaceutical Technology, School of Pharmacy at the University of Thessaloniki, Greece.
Jelena Djuris has edited a book for international readers; she is the author or coauthor of more than 60 scientific papers, professional papers and short communications papers. She is a reviewer for many international journals. She is also the coauthor of one textbook in the field of Pharmaceutical Technology and one multimedia publication in the field of Industrial Pharmacy.
- Drašković M, Djuriš J, Ibrić S, Parojčić J. Functionality and performance evaluation of directly compressible co-processed excipients based on dynamic compaction analysis and percolation theory. Powder Technology 326 (2018) 292-301
- Velaga S, Djuris J, Cvijic S, Rozou S, Russo P, Colombo G, Rossi A. Dry powder inhalers: An overview of the in vitro dissolution methodologies and their correlation with the biopharmaceutical aspects of the drug products. European Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences, doi:10.1016/j.ejps.2017.09.002
- Djuris J, Djuric Z. Modeling in the Quality by Design environment: regulatory requirements and recommendations for design space and control strategy appointment. International Journal of Pharmaceutic, 533(2) (2017) 346-356
- Kaljevic O, Djuris J, Calija B, Lavric Z, Kristl J, Ibric S. Application of miscibility analysis and determination of Soluplus solubility map for development of carvedilol-loaded nanofibers. International Journal of Pharmaceutics 533(2) (2017) 445-454
- Djuris J, Calija B, Vidovic B, Dobricic V, Milic J, Ibric S. Comparative analysis of mechanical and dissolution properties of single- and multicomponent folic acid supplements. Journal of Food Composition and Analysis 60 (2017) 17-24. IF 2015: 3.302 (21/125)
- Kaljevic O, Djuris J, Djuric Z, Ibric S. Application of failure mode and effects analysis in quality by design approach for formulation of carvedilol compression coated tablets. Journal of Drug Delivery Science and Technology 32 (2016) 56-63. IF 2015: 0.688 (230/255)
- Aleksic I, Djuris J, Ibric S, Parojcic J. An investigation into the usefulness of different empirical modeling techniques for better control of spray-on fluidized bed melt granulation. International Journal of Pharmaceutics 496(2) (2015) 627-635. IF 2015: 4.248 (38/255)
- Djokic M, Djuris J, Solomun L, Kachrimanis K, Djuric Z, Ibric S. The influence of spiral jet-milling on the physicochemical properties of carbamazepine form III crystals: Quality by design approach. Chemical Engineering Research and Design 92(3) (2014) 500-508. IF 2014: 2.528 (38/135)
Djuris J, Nikolakakis I, Ibric S, Djuric Z, Kachrimanis K. Effect of composition in the development of carbamazepine hot‐melt extruded solid dispersions by application of mixture experimental design. Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmacology 66(2) (2014) 232-243
Computer aided applications in pharmaceutical technology, Editor: Jelena Djuris, Woodhead Publishing Series in Biomedicine, Woodhead Publishing Ltd., Cambridge, UK. ISBN 978-1-907568-27-5, 2013
Djuris J, Nikolakakis I, Ibric S, Djuric Z, Kachrimanis K. Preparation of Carbamazepine-Soluplus® solid dispersions by Hot-Melt Extrusion, and prediction of drug-polymer miscibility by thermodynamic model fitting. Europan Journal of Pharmaceutics and Biopharmaceutics 84(1) (2013) 228-237