dr. Alma Mulac from Bosnia and Herzegovina, winner of the prestigious “Kristine Bonnevie” award at the University of Oslo

dr. Alma Mulac received the prestigious Kristine Bonnevie Award at the University of Oslo.

The award will enable her to spend two months at the University of California at San Diego Health (university hospital), Professor Edhem Čustović wrote on his Facebook profile  .

Here, he will conduct research and training in what is considered the number one field of medical security in the US.

dr. Alma Mulac is a pharmacist and doctor of science interested in safe medication management, sustainable quality improvement, fair culture and prevention of medication errors.

Alma’s wish is to establish cooperation with the Faculty of Pharmacy in Sarajevo, her home institution and hospital pharmacies.

The award is named after Kristine Bonnevie (1872 – 1948), a Norwegian biologist. She was the first woman to graduate in science in Norway (and the second woman overall), the first female professor in Norway, a women’s rights activist and a politician of the Freedom Liberal Party. Her fields of research were cytology, genetics and embryology. She was among the first women to be elected to political office in Norway.

It was a great honor for Alma to receive the award named after this pioneering woman.

Source: studomat.ba