Stjepan Oreskovic is a Fellow at Harvard Medical School Department of Global Health & Social Medicine – Center for Bioethics. He also serves as the director of the WHO Collaborating  Centre for HIV Strategic Information, working with experts, scholars and policy makers from more than 100 countries. He is a tenured professor at the University of Zagreb School of Medicine, where lead joint educational, research, and consultancy projects with the LSE, the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, HSPH, Bocconi, Trieste, and Ljubljana University.

Over the course of his career, he has authored a total of 156 peer-reviewed papers with leading global publishers such as Springer Publishing, Elsevier Science, Wiley-Blackwell and Pergamon Press and has co-authored and contributed to 15 books published by John Wiley and Sons, VDM Verlag OmniScriptum, Cambridge University Press and others.  He also worked as consultant for international organizations such as The World Bank, the EU Commission, and the World Health Organization.

Professor Oreskovic is a best known for his projects fostering innovative health care interventions in the area of tobacco control, obesity prevention and HIV surveillance. His pivotal projects were featured in the Lancet and the BMJ, and he was quoted in the leading international media, including Reuters, CNN, BBC, NBC and RTL among others.


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