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Ana Pešikan

Ana Pešikan
Ана Пешикан
Minister of Science and Technology
In office
15 May 2007 – 7 July 2008
Preceded by Aleksandar Popović
Succeeded by Božidar Đelić
Personal details
Born (1959-07-24) July 24, 1959 (age 54)
Feketić, Serbia
Nationality Serbian
Political party G17 Plus
Alma mater University of Belgrade

Ana Pešikan (Serbian: Ана Пешикан, Ana Pešikan) (born 1959, Feketić, PR Serbia, FPR Yugoslavia) is the former Minister of Science and Technology in the Government of Serbia.


Pešikan graduated from the Faculty of Philosophy, Department of Psychology in 1981, and received her MA and PhD degrees in 1990 and 2000 respectively. She participated in over 20 projects of developmental and pedagogical psychology, she was UNICEF’s consultant for education, member of expert team for text books, member of the committee of the Fund for Young Talents. She is a lecturer of doctoral studies at the Belgrade Faculty of Philosophy and Faculty of Chemistry.


  • Kapija (22 June 2007). Ana Pešikan, savetnik ministra nauke Republike Srbije (Ana Pešikan, advisor to the Minister of Science of Serbia) (in Serbian)
  • Republic of Serbia, Ministry of Science and Technological Development (29 February 2008 ). Minister Ana Pesikan visits the Nis University
Government offices
Preceded by
Aleksandar Popović
Minister of Science and Technology of Serbia
2007 – 2008
Succeeded by
Božidar Đelić

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