Job title: Research Advisor
Anamarija Pisarović graduated in 1993 from the University of Zagreb, Natural Sciences Faculty at the Department for Ecology-Biology. In 1996 she obtained a Master´s degree in Oceanology, Marine Biology from the University of Zagreb, Faculty of Sciences. In 2001 Anamarija Pisarović obtained PhD in Biology-Ecology from the University of Zagreb, Faculty of Agriculture. She spent two years at the Institute ˝Ruđer Bošković˝, Center for Marine Research in Rovinj, Croatia working on the international project ˝Effect of anoxia on benthic marine systems˝ in collaboration with the University of Vienna. She gained broad fieldwork experience in benthos protection and ecological hotspots of the northern Adriatic Sea working in the Laboratory for ecology and benthos systematics. The same year she joined UNIDO, Industrial Sectors and Environmental Division in Vienna, as an intern for three months where she experienced teamwork in multicultural environment. Since 1997 Anamarija Pisarović has been working as researcher at the Institute for Development and International Relations in the Department for Resource Economics, Environmental Protection and Regional Development and her activities are focused on ecology, environmental policy and environmental engineering. Since then she has been working on several international projects like ˝Investigation of the Effectiveness of Special Natural Substrates on the Improvement of Degraded Soils in Tyrol Austria˝, ˝Karst Ecosystem Conservation Network˝, ˝European Forest Ecosystem Research Network EFERN˝ as well as on national project ˝Ecological and Economical Utilization of the Natural Mineral Zeolite in the Environmental Protection˝. She is the author of scientific papers and studies from multidisciplinary fields. In her professional career she attended various international conferences and seminars. She fluently speaks English, German and Italian language.