Stefan Mandic-Rajcevic



Stefan Mandic-Rajcevic

Assistant Professor at Faculty of Medicine in Belgrade and Milano

english, serbian, italian,
COVID - 19, Data Analysis, Occupational Health, Toxicology,


Stefan lead the applied research group which supported the management of the COVID-19 epidemic in two large hospitals in Milan (Italy) achieving one of the lowest infection rates in Europe. He has published more than 30 scientific papers in international peer-reviewed Journals.
He is a data analysis and data decision making guru.


Saints Paolo and Carlo Hospitals  (Milan, Italy)

Tetra Pak (Modena, Italy)


What others say

“Thanks to Stefan, I realized that statistics can be interesting too!”

– Nada Maric / Occupational Health Specialist, Institute of Occupational Health and Sports –

Short Bio

Dr. Stefan Mandic-Rajcevic has graduated from the Faculty of Medicine of the University of Belgrade (Serbia) and went on to do a Ph.D. in Occupational Medicine and Industrial Hygiene at the University of Milan (Italy). His main interests lie in Public Health, Occupational Medicine, Toxicology, Exposure and Risk Assessment, Modelling, Risk Communication and Data Analysis.

For the last 10 years, he has been working on improving health surveillance and early disease detection using data mining and advanced techniques of data collection and storage through open source tools. He has published more than 30 scientific papers in International peer-reviewed Journals and spoke at more than 50 international conferences.

Stefan’s special interest lies in Disaster Risk Reduction and organizations’ capacity to prepare for, respond to and recover from disasters. In that framework he has worked with primary healthcare institutions affected by floods analyzing their performance and drawing experience to prevent future risks and hospitals severely struck by COVID-19 to identify weak points in the organization and prepare for future challenges.

Stefan approaches health and safety at work by looking not only at what and how the workers perform their activities, but also by asking the question “why” – adding a cultural dimension to safety, reducing the loose binding between the regulatory aspects and how work is actually done.


Certifications / Achievements / Publications

  • Scientific Publication: Contact tracing and isolation of asymptomatic spreaders to successfully control the COVID-19 epidemic among healthcare workers in Milan (Italy). medRxiv. 2020 
  • Scientific Publication: Environmental and take-home lead exposure in children living in the vicinity of a lead battery smelter in Serbia. Environmental research. 2018 Nov 1;167:725-34. 
  • Scientific Publication: Exposure duration and absorbed dose assessment in pesticide-exposed agricultural workers: Implications for risk assessment and modeling. International journal of hygiene and environmental health. 2019 Apr 1;222(3):494-502. 
  • Scientific Publication: Evaluating a primary healthcare centre’s preparedness for disasters using the hospital safety index: Lessons learned from the 2014 floods in Obrenovac, Serbia. International journal of disaster risk reduction. 2019 Mar 1;34:436-42. 
  • Scientific Publication: The safe use of pesticides: a risk assessment procedure for the enhancement of occupational health and safety (OHS) management. International journal of environmental research and public health. 2019 Jan;16(3):310. 
  • More than 100 publications in international journals and congresses.
  • National Library of Medicine: Nikola Mandic-Rajcevic

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