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Darko Sarovic

Darko Sarovic is a medical doctor who studied at the University of Belgrade. He previously worked at the clinic of child and adolescent psychiatry in Borås, and did a clinical/research internship at the Sahlgrenska University hospital. He is a full time PhD student at the Institute of Neuroscience and Physiology, Gillberg Neuropsychiatry Centre. His PhD thesis will be based on the project ”neurophysiological markers of autism” which uses a state-of-the-art neuroimaging method called magnetoencephalography (MEG). The aim of the project is to find useful biomarkers that can aid in diagnostics, hopefully allowing for diagnosis before behavioral symptoms become apparent, as well as to find eventual endophenotypes that can be used to evaluate the effects of pharmacologic and therapeutic treatment. In addition to his academic career, he is a self-trained professional sprinter who has competed for national teams at the European level and holds a national record in the 100m event. Besides his general interest in the neurosciences, he is also interested in sports science.

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    2017

    Sarovic, D. "Neurophysiological markers in autism -- an MEG study". Source: Gillberg Neuropsychiatry Centre www.gnc.gu.se


     

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