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    Visnja Djordjic, Ph.D.Professor Visnja Djordjic received her PhD degree from the Faculty of Sport and Physical Education, University of Novi Sad. She is currently working there as a Full Professor, and as the Head of the Physical and Health Education Unit. She is an adjunct professor at the Faculty of Pedagogy in Sombor (Serbia) and Faculty of Medicine in Novi Sad (Serbia). Her main field of expertise is physical education, childhood obesity, and physical activity promotion. Prof. Djordjic has a wide experience in educational reforms in Serbia, particularly in Physical and Health Education area. As a prominent professional in the field of Physical Education, she was appointed member of the National Educational Council of the Republic of Serbia. She has published more than 150 articles on physical education, health promotion, and gender issues in physical education and sport in domestic and international scientific journals. Prof. Djordjic is a member of the national and provincial professional association of Physical Education teachers, as well as scientific and applicative project leader, including: Healthy habits of Serbian elementary and secondary school students during pandemic emergency state, 2020; Eurobarometer - Physical Activity of Vojvodina Citizens in the Context of EU Integration, 2019; The WHO Childhood Obesity Surveillance Initiative (COSI) in Serbia, 2015 and 2019; Serbia Physical Activity Factsheet 2019, WHO Regional Office for Europe; Mapping the health system response to childhood obesity in the WHO European Region: An overview and country perspectives, 2019. Professor Djordjic is a co-author of the national Guidelines for Healthy Habits: Diet and Physical Activity (2017). She used to be a gymnast, gymnastic coach, and judge. Mother of three.

    Sergej M. Ostojic, M.D, Ph.D.
    Sergej M. Ostojic received his medical degree from the University of Belgrade School of Medicine in September 1996. He then pursued his graduate training in medicine, human physiology and nutrition, and obtained MSc in Medical Sciences (2001), Medical Specialist degree (2002), and PhD in Medical Sciences (2003) at the University of Belgrade. He is currently working as Full Professor of Medicine at the University of Novi Sad, Head of Applied Bioenergetics Lab (, and Adjunct Professor at the University of Belgrade School of Medicine. His current research follows two main themes: (a) studying mitochondrial viability and targeted interventions to tackle impaired bioenergetics in health and disease, and (b) analyzing population health metrics in chronic cardiometabolic diseases. To date, he has authored and co-authored 212 peer-reviewed articles in multidisciplinary journals, including those with high impact factors such as The LancetNatureTrends in Food Science and TechnologyTrends in Endocrinology and MetabolismTheranosticsAlimentary Pharmacology and TherapeuticsMayo Clinic ProceedingsSports MedicineClinical NutritionClinical ScienceFood ChemistryPharmacological ResearchNutrientsEuropean Journal of NutritionNutritional Neuroscience; 120+ invited lectures and conference abstracts; 11 book chapters, and 3 textbooks. He is a member of the American College of Physicians, the American Society for Nutrition, the American Physiological Society, the American College of Sports Medicine, and the Nutrition Society. Dr Ostojic is also a member of international research networks in population health, including European Childhood Obesity Surveillance Initiative (World Health Organization), NCD Risk Factor Collaboration (Imperial College London), and Globan Burden of Disease (University of Washington). He is Associate Editor of the scientific journals Frontiers in Physiology and Research in Sports Medicine, Review Editor for Frontiers in Pharmacology and International Journal of Public Health, and Editorial Consultant for Current Topics in Nutraceutical Research.