Irena Cosic received her M.S. degree and her Ph.D. degrees in biomedical engineering from Belgrade University. She is an Emeritus Professor at RMIT University and Director of AMALNA Consulting which she has founded. She has retired, in 2012, from the position of Deputy Pro Vice Chancellor R&I at College Science Engineering and Health, RMIT University. Professor Cosic has background in electrical and computer engineering. Cosic's expertise covers diverse areas of research in biomedical engineering particularly in influence of electromagnetic radiation on human body, tissues, and molecules; bioelectrical impedance; complementary medicine; bioelectromagnetics; and bioinstrumentation. The main breakthrough in Professor Cosic's research is the developed physicomathematical model, the so‐called resonant recognition model (RRM), which is an innovative approach to analysis of protein‐protein and protein‐DNA interactions and interaction of electromagnetic field with proteins and DNA.
Biography Updated on 16 June 2014