Vladimir S. Kurcubic
University of Kragujevac
Serbia and Montenegro
He was enrolled by the Veterinary Faculty of the University of Belgrade in 1982. After serving military service (JNA), he started his studies at the Veterinary Faculty in Belgrade in 1983, section Veterinary Medicine. He graduated from the Veterinary Faculty in Belgrade on March 16, 1989, with an average grade of 8.74. In the same year, as a scholarship recipient of the Republic Fund for Science, he enrolled in the Veterinary Faculty of the University of Belgrade for the first year of postgraduate master's studies in the Department of Veterinary Preventive Medicine. Before the examination commission of the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Water Management he passed the professional exam on June 28, 1991. Successfully defended the master thesis under the title "Serological testing of bovine animals for infection with Bovine viral diarrhea virus" on 20.10.1993, and on that basis received a diploma on the academic title "Master of Veterinary Sciences" (average grade 9.40). Successfully defended the doctoral dissertation entitled "Comparative examination of the immunogenicity of a monovalent and polyvalent inactivated vaccine prepared from bovine diarrhea virus" 11.06.2004. At the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, University of Belgrade, I gained the academic title of Doctor of Veterinary Science.
Djokovic, R.D., V.S. Kurcubic and Z.Z. Ilic (2014). Blood serum levels of macro - and micronutrients in transition and full lactation cows. Bulgarian Journal of Agricultural Science, 20(3), 715-720.
Kurćubić S. Vladimir*, Mašković Z. Pavle, Karan Dragica, Vesković-Moraĉanin M. Slavica, Okanović G. ĐorĊe, Lilić V. Slobodan, Dţinić P. Natalija (2014): Sensory properties of sausage fortified by Kitaibelia vitifolia extract. Agro FOOD Industry Hi Tech, Vol. 25(1), January/February 2014, 16-19.
Kurćubić S Vladimir*, Đoković D Radojica, Ilić Ţ Zoran, Stojković S Jovan, Petrović P Milan, Caro-Petrović Violeta (2014): Modern Approach to the Enigma of Bovine Respiratory Disease Complex: A Review (Review article). Pakistan Veterinary Journal, Vol. 34, br. 1, str. 11-17.