Title: Titular assistant professor
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Ivan Radman, a Croatian citizen, was born on June 16, 1983 in Banja Luka, Bosnia and Herzegovina. He received primary education in Velika Gorica and graduated from secondary school in Zagreb. He enrolled at the Faculty of Kinesiology, University of Zagreb in 2005 and became a graduate in 2010. He received a Doctoral degree in Natural Sciences from the University of Vienna at the Institute of Sports Science in 2016. He has been an Assistant Professor at the University of Zagreb since 2017. He speaks Croatian, English and German.
During the integrated undergraduate and graduate studies, he achieved the highest number of ECTS credits (330) and the highest average rating in his generation (4.81). As the first student of the Faculty of Kinesiology at the University of Zagreb, he spent a semester at a foreign university (Comenius University in Bratislava, Slovakia). He passed all the exams within the doctoral study with the highest grade. He won various scholarships, such as the "A category for specially gifted students" scholarship of the Ministry of Science, Education and Sports of the Republic of Croatia (2006-2010) for the excellence in studying, "LLP Erasmus" scholarship at the University of Zagreb and the Agency for Mobility and EU Programmes (2010) for international student stay, as well as the research grant "Ernst Mach Worldwide Grant" of the Federal Ministry of Science of the Republic of Austria (2011-2012) for the realization of the scientific project.
As an associate on the Faculty of Kinesiology at the University of Zagreb since November 2010, he has participated in teaching Skiing and Anthropological Analysis of Football. From November 2012 to June 2013 he was employed in the laboratory of the Institute of Sports Science at the University of Vienna as an associate in a research project. He was first employed as an associate at the Faculty of Kinesiology at the University of Zagreb, from September 2015 until August 2016, and later, from January 2018, as a postdoc in the research project and on the Quantitative Methods class.
He is the author of over thirty scientific publications in the field of kinesiology and sports medicine, out of which a significant number is published in internationally acknowledged scientific journals, indexed by the Web of Science. He is the reviewer of international scientific journals - Sports Biomechanics, Journal of Sports Sciences and International Journal of Sports Medicine.
Extended list of publications available at http://scholar.goole.hr/citations/ivan.radman
European College of Sport Science (ECSS); Croatian Skiing Instructors and Trainers Association (HZUTS)
Since 2018 Croatian Physical Activity in Adolescence Longitudinal Study (CRO-PALS). Project funded by the Government of the Republic of Croatia within the framework of the program for research grants of the Croatian Science Foundation (Project Leader - Professor Marjeta Mišigoj-Duraković, MD, PhD) - Postdoctoral Researcher
2015.-2016. Promoting National Implementation for Sports Club for Health (SCforH) Programmes in EU Member States. Project funded by the European Commission within the framework of the research program Erasmus+ (Project Leader - Professor Timo Hämäläinen, PhD) - Associate
2015.-2016. Učinci tjelesne aktivnosti u intermitentnoj hipoksiji na transportni sustav za kisik i diferencijalnu krvnu sliku. [Effects of physical activity in intermittent hypoxia on the transport system for oxygen and deferential blood count.] Project funded by the Government of the Republic of Croatia within the framework of the program for research grants of the Croatian Science Foundation (Project Leader - Professor Lana Ružić, MD, PhD) - Associate
2012.-2013. Pilotprojekt zur Überprüfung des Einflusses von Heparin auf den Nachweis von Epo-Doping [Pilot project investigating the effects of heparin on the detection of erythropoietin doping]. Project funded by the University of Vienna (Project Leader - Professor Barbara Wessner, PhD) - Associate
2011.-2012. Influence of graded physiological load on kicking performance in soccer. Project funded by the Federal Ministry of Science of the Republic of Austria within the framework of the program for research grants OeAD Ernst Mach Worldwide - Leader