Rajko Igić

Scientist, Inventor

1937 –

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Who is Rajko Igić?

Rajko Igić is a Serbian doctor and scientist. He is best known for his anti-smoking campaign in the Former Yugoslavia and experimental work on the angiotensin converting enzyme. Rajko is an "Akademik". He was elected on December 22, 2012.

Igić received his M.D. at the University of Belgrade and Ph.D. at the University of Sarajevo. Igić was a Professor of Pharmacology at the University of Tuzla and the Director of the Department of Scientific, Cultural, and Educational International Exchange for the Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina from 1990 to 1992. He left Bosnia after the start of the War in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Igić has authored numerous papers and books in several fields within medical sciences. Igić currently resides in Chicago, Illinois, where he is a senior scientist in the department of anesthesiology and pain management at Cook County Hospital. He was the Editor-in- Chief of a medical journal "Scripta Medica", from 2010-2013. See WWW.scriptamedica.com. He edited several volumes, from Vol. 41 to Vol. 44, No.1, and in 2012, all original articles, reviews, and other main articles were published only in English.

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Born
1937
Nationality
  • Serbia
Profession
Education
  • University of Sarajevo

Submitted
on July 23, 2013

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