Biographical note

Tanja Bagar, PhD

microbiologist, researcher

  • CEO and Chairman of the Expert Council of the International Institute for cannabinoids

Tanja Bagar is the CEO and Chairman of the Expert Council of the International Institute for cannabinoids. She is active in the academic sphere, lecturing microbiology, biochemistry and topics on ecology at the Faculty  Alma Mater Europaea and cooperates scientifically with the Austrian College of Health and Development. She is a member of the Pomurje Academy of Arts and Sciences, Slovenian Biochemical Society, the Slovenian Association of Psychologists and is one of the founders of the society for the preservation and protection of the environment. She has extensive research experience gained in laboratories in Slovenia and abroad. Since 2013, she participates as a peer reviewer for the national competition of research projects, organized by the Association for Technical Culture of Slovenia. For her social engagement she received the Slovenian social responsibility award HORUS and is an honorary member of the social cooperative KonopKo.

She attended various conferences on cannabinoids and endocannabinoid system at a national and international level. She holds knowledge in the fields of microbiology, cell biology, biochemistry and molecular biology in conjunction with the endocannabinoid system and the functioning of cannabinoids, laboratory analysis ... She has completed an intensive four week e-education program Concepts of Cannabis Science I, carried out by Kenevir Research (Oregon, USA), and also follow-up program Concepts of Cannabis Science II.

Lectures and workshops on our seminars

2019 Mitochondria and their interaction with cannabinoids Abstract