Damjan Krstajić is founder and Director of the Centre. After graduating Mathematics (Probability and Statistics) at the University of Belgrade, moved to England and worked in Cyprotex as a Principal Scientist/Software Engineer. Moved back to Serbia and founded the Centre in 2005.
Damjan Krstajić worked as a bioinformatician/statistician at the Institute of Molecular Genetics and Genetical Engineering from December 2013 till December 2014 when he resigned, due to misuse of his internal reports. His findings and results for statistical models related to medical research were altered in order to get papers published. Stankovic et al  and Milosevic et al  are two examples where his statistical work was knowingly misused, and where models with random predictions are presented as a reasonable scientific certainty.
Damjan Krstajić has been a member of the Clinical Persona team since its inception in 2013.
- applied statistics
- scientific methodology
How real is the random censorship model in medical studies?
Why comparing survival curves between two prognostic subgroups may be misleading
Derivation of gene expression classifiers for the non-invasive detection of bladder cancer in the hematuria and recurrence surveillance populations.
Chapman, K.B., Buturovic, L., Qiu, L., Kidd, J., Sheibani, N., Krstajic, D., Friedman, L., Bailen, J.L., Dumbadze, I., Saltzstein, D.R. and Olson, M.T.
Journal of Clinical Oncology 2016 ASCO Annual Meeting Proceedings (Vol. 34, No. 15_suppl, p. 11522)
Reproducibility of telomere length assessment
D. Krstajic, L. Buturovic
Int. J. Epidemiol. (2015) doi: 10.1093/ije/dyv167
Cross-validation pitfalls when selecting and assessing regression and classification models.
D. Krstajic, L.J. Buturovic, D.E. Leahy, S. Thomas
Journal of Cheminformatics 6(1): 10 (2014)
Raising awareness of fungi in Serbia
Fungal Conservation, 2012 April; Issue 2: 23-26
Hemodynamic Flow Modeling Through an Abdominal Aorta Aneurysm Using Data Mining Tools.
N. Filipovic, M. Ivanovic, D. Krstajic, M. Kojic
IEEE Transactions on Information Technology in Biomedicine 15(2): 189-194 (2011)
Competitive Workflow: novel software architecture for automating drug design
J. Cartmell, D. Krstajic, D. E. Leahy
Current Opinion in Drug Discovery & Development, 2007 May; 10(3): 347-352
Automated QSPR through Competitive Workflow
J.Cartmell, S. Enoch, D. Krstajic, D. E. Leahy
Journal of Computer Aided Molecular Design, 2005 Nov; 19(11): 821-833
- Genetic variations in prediction of inflammatory bowel disease occurrence
Letter to the Editor of the Journal of Digestive Diseases
Klasifikacija živog sveta sa posebnim osvrtom na novu klasifikaciju gljiva (2008)
(en. Classification of living matter with emphasis on classification of fungi)
B. Uzelac, D.Krstajić