Д-р Радмила Митрович


Department of microbiological and molecular-biology research

Institute of Meat Hygiene and Technology (INMES)

Kaćanskog 13, 11040 Belgrade, Serbia
Мob:      +381 65 82 22 336
Тel:        +381 11 26 50 655
Fax:     +381 11 26 51 825
E-mail: radmila.mitrovic@inmes.rs




2016 – Doctor of Veterinary Sciences, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, University of Belgrade (Investigation of the possibility of inactivation of Yersinia enterocolitica in fermented sausages)

2014 – Master of Veterinary Sciences, Faculty of Agriculture – Department for Veterinary Medicine, University of Novi Sad

2004 – Specialist of food microbiology, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, University of Belgrade

1998 – Passed the professional exam (Ministry of Agriculture and Environmental Protection of the Republic of Serbia)

1996 – Graduated veterinarian – field of hygiene of food of animal origin, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, University of Belgrade



2014 – 2016  research assistant INMES;

2004 – 2014 – research specialist INMES;

1997 – 2004 –   researcher –associate, INMES;

1996 – 1997 – trainee for researcher, INMES



2004-2008 – Head of the Department of microbiological research and immune-enzymatic assays

1996 – 2004; 2009-2016 – Associate in the Department of microbiological research and immune-enzymatic assays



Member of Serbian Veterinary Society;

Member of Veterinary Chamber of Serbia;

Member of the Association of Medical Microbiologists of Serbia;

Member of the Commission for standards and related documents KS E034-9 Microbiology and Biotechnology of the Institute for Standardization of Serbia;

Participation in projects:

2007-2012: ProSafeBeef (Food CT-2006-36241), EU Commission FP6 (Research Associate, Pillar 2: Control and intervention strategies, which can be implemented along the fork-to-farm chain to ensure safe beef; WP2.3 – Slaughter Strategies; Task 2.3.1., Hide decontamination, Leader Prof. Dr. Sava Bunčić, PhD. Position: researcher on the project.

2002. Program INCO-DEV; Project Title “Safety of traditional fermented sausages: Research on protective cultures and bactericins” EU – Contract Number: ICA4-CT-2002-10037, Project leader: Dr. R. Tadić, PhD; Position: researcher on the project



Microbiological safety of food and animal feed, through the concept of “farm to table” approach and risk assessment of pathogenic microorganisms to human health through the LISA concept. Creating a generic model for prerequisite programs (GMP/GHP) and HACCP plans in the meat industry.

Development, validation, verification, and implementation of methods in the microbiological work in order to investigate the microbiological, mycological and mycotoxicological contamination of food and animal feed, assessment of residues, histamines, of contaminants originating from the environment, the effect of diet on the safety and quality, with the implementation of European and national regulations.



Jelena Ivanovic , Radmila Mitrovic , Jelena Janjic , Marija Boskovic , Vesna Đorđević , Jasna Djordjevic, Tatjana Baltić and Milan Baltic (2015). Inactivation of Yersinia enterocolitica in Fermented Sausages during Fermentation. Journal of Agricultural Science and Technology B5 626-634;

Nastasijević Ivan, Mitrović Radmila, Janković Vesna (2014). STEC u lancu goveđeg mesa- Koncept „Javno zdravlje“. Tehnologija mesa, Vol. 55, br. 2, 93-116

Vesna  Janković, Ljiljana Petrović, Brankica Lakićević, Vesna Matekalo-Sverak, Slobodan Lilic, Radmila Mitrovic (2013). Determination of typical house flora during production process of the Petrovac Sausage (Petrovská klobása). African Journal of Microbiology Research, vol.7, br. 32, 169-179.

Vesna Janković, Vesna Đorđević, Brankica Lakićević, Branka Borović, B. Velebit and Radmila Mitrović (2012): Determination of staphylococcal enterotoxins in cheese by immunoenzyme assays. Archive of  Biological Sciences 64 (4), 1449-1454;

Antic D., Blagojevic B., Ducic M., Nastasijevic I., Mitrovic R. and Buncic S. (2010). Distribution of microflora on cattle hides and its transmission to meat via direct contact. Food control, 21, 1025-1029;

Antic D., Blagojevic B., Ducic M., Mitrovic R., Nastasijevic I. and Buncic S. (2010). Treatment of cattle hides with Shellac-in-ethanol solution to reduce bacterial transferability – A preliminary study. Meat science, 85, 77-81;

Nastasijević I, R Mitrović and S. Bunčić S. (2009). The occurrence of Escherichia coli O157 in/on faeces, carcasses and fresh meats from cattle. Meat science, 82 (1), 101-105;

Nastasijevic, I.Mitrovic, R. and Buncic, S. 2009. The effects of a non-intervention HACCP implementation on process hygiene indicators on bovine and porcine carcasses. Meso, 11 (4), 232-237

Antic D., Blagojevic B., Ducic M., Mitrovic R., Nastasijevic I. and Buncic S.(2009). Evaluation of “microbial fixation” treatments on cattle hides – a proof of concept study. Proceedings/ ProSafeBeef Conference, A European Commission Research Project (Food CT-2006-36241), Ashtown Food Research Centre (Teagasc), Dublin,  Ireland , 25-26 March,  57;

Baltić Ž. M., Baltić Tatjana, Mitrović Radmila, Mitrović-Stanivuk Milena, Popović, Lj. 2009. Banijska kobasica – proizvod sa tradicijom. Book of Abstracts / International 55th Meat Industry Conference, 15th -19th June, Tara,  66-68;

I Nastasijevic, R. Mitrovic, S. Buncic.(2008). Occurrence of Escherichia coli O157 on hides of slaughtered cattle. Letters in Applied Microbiology, 46, 126-131;

R.Mitrovic, I. Nastasijevic, V. Djordjevic, M. Mitrović, M. Baltic (2007). Microbiological    wholesomeness and detection of Bacillus cereus in foodstuffs of diferent origin. Abstracts book / 5th Balkan Congress for Microbiology, Montenegro, Budva, 24-27october, 128-129;