Ivana Savić Pavičin is associate professor at the Department of Dental Anthropology, School of Dental Medicine, University of Zagreb. Graduated at the University of Zagreb, School of Dental Medicine in 2004. Was employed as a research scientists on scientific projects „Bone in dental research“ (2004.-2007.) and „Research of bone tissue in orofacial system“ (2007.- 2014. ). In 2013. she received PhD with thesis entitled „ Correlation of osteoporosis and the condition of tooth supportive tissues“ at the University of Zagreb. Her main scientific fields of interests are bone biology and pathology (specially osteoporosis and it relationship to oral bone structures), dental anthropology, dental stem cells, forensic dentistry and endodontics. She participate in courses Tooth Morphology with Dental Anthropology, Forensic Dentistry, Social Medicine and Epidemiology, and Ethics in integrated dental study, and is course leader of “Information Sources in Dental Medicine” course in postgraduate studies. She specialized in dental pathology and endodontics in 2011. She was actively engaged (2014. - 2018.) in oral health promotion in the preventive program “Project for Oral Health Promotion in Blind and Visually Impaired Individuals,” lead by prof.dr.sc. Jelena Dumančić. In 2013. she completed International Course in Forensic Odontology – Personal Identification by Dental Methods, in Reykjavik, Iceland. During 2017, she participated in Twinning project: Disaster Victim Identification in Natural Disasters and Human-Made Disasters and Terrorism Acts, conducted in cooperation between Croatia and United Kingdom. Served as reviewer for many scientific journals. She is a member of the International Association for Dental Research, International Association for Paleodontology, European Society of Endodontology, Croatian Endodontic Society and Croatian Dental Chamber.