Kristina Djordjevic main area of experience is in therapeutic antibody analysis. She is a person with innovative ideas, has great interest in digital transformation in healthcare and enjoys tackling complex issues.
Besides her studies as a Master student in Medical Informatics, Kristina works as a research assistant and tutor at the FHNW Department of Chemistry and Bioanalytics. Previously, she worked at Solvias AG and Harlan Ltd. as a chemistry lab technician. In addition to her employment at de Solvias AG, she completed her bachelor’s degree in chemistry. At Harlan Ltd. she also worked in the Environmental Chemistry Department as a Radioactivity Safety Officer.
Furthermore, she is also involved as a co-coordinator of the OrigamiLab initiative and is a member of the Serbian AI Society. In addition, she is a board member in the Association of Serbian Academics in Switzerland.
At the ETH Library Lab, she is working on the project Protoemics data collection for AI whose goal is to build an all-in-one-place standard collection of pre-selected open-source available datasets in the field of proteomics and to catagorize them. The datasets will be indexed and cleaned to a certain level in order to be ready for use when needed for machine learning.