Sacrifices for the greater good2 min read
Ever since the beginning of time, the deep emotional bonds have been inevitably created between humans and animals whenever they interact, and the relationship between scientists and laboratory animals is no exception. “Sacrifices for the greater good” is the sincerest symbiosis of science and art, which is precisely why it can attempt to evoke the difficult and moving symbiosis that arises between scientists and laboratory animals. We want to show you this relationship in its barest form, with the utmost respect for the animals, that have indebted us so much.
Iva Atoski finished her undergraduate studies in painting at the Faculty of Fine Arts, University of Arts in Belgrade. She works in visual arts, particularly comics and illustration.
Dunja Bijelić started her doctoral studies at the Faculty of Biology, University of Belgrade, after finishing her undergraduate studies in Molecular Biology and Physiology, and a Master's project in the field of neuro-cytology. In her research, she mainly deals with shedding the light on neuroimmunology processes in various neurodegenerative diseases.
Anja Santrač is a molecular biologist. After graduating with an MSc in neuro-cytology, she was hired as a researcher at the Faculty of Pharmacy, where she is currently finishing her doctoral dissertation in the field of neuropsychopharmacology.