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Marko Tanaskovic - Pharmacybook Editor

Marko Tanaskovic holds a Master of Pharmacy Science degree (which is higher than PharmD in the US) and he graduated from the Faculty of Medicine - Department of Pharmacy, University of Nis, Serbia in 2013. He was the first to graduate in the class, and he graduated with the average grade 8.81/10, which is considered outstandingly good. He has enrolled PhD studies in Clinical Pharmacology, at the Faculty of Medical Sciences, University of Kragujevac, Serbia where he is currently working on his doctoral dissertation. Marko is an author of more scientific papers listed below:

  • M.Tanaskovic, B.Odalovic, S.Jankovic, N.Hamzagic. Reasons for inadequate vaccination after splenectomy. Acta facultatis medicae Naissensis: 2015; 32(4): 279-286.
  • Slobodan M. Jankovic, Milica Dajic, Sasa Jacovic, Sanja Markovic, Tatjana Papic, Tamara Petrusic, Milica Radojkovic, Anica Rankovic, Marko Tanaskovic, and others. Measuring patients' knowledge about adverse effects of angiotensin-converting enzyme inhibitors. J. Patient Saf: 2016.

Marko worked for three years in the pharmacy and is a registered and licensed member of Pharmaceutical Chamber of Republic of Serbia.

He is passionate about helping people to maintain good health and writes all the articles completely out of charge. Marko is not an employee of and writes all articles voluntarily as he wants to provide people accurate/scientific information about the drugs.

Although Marko is an expert in the field of Pharmacy, you should still not rely solely on the information provided on If you need medical advice, you should always consult your doctor or other healthcare professionals.

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