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доц. д-р Маја Јорданова

Image description Name: Maja Jordanova
Date and place of birth: 3. 9. 1964 in Skopje, Republic of Macedonia
Office address: Institute of Biology, Faculty of Natural Sciences and Mathematics, Arhimedova 6, PO Box 162, “Sv. Kiril i Metodij” University, Skopje, Republic of Macedonia
Telephone: Office: + 389 2 32 49 613
Fax: + 389 2 32 28 141
E-mail: majaj@pmf.ukim.edu.mk
Language skills: English

Education:
2004 Ph.D.
Institution: Faculty of Natural Sciences and Mathematics, Skopje, R. Macedonia
Title: The liver in Female Salmo letnica Kar. (Teleostei, Salmonidae) during the Reproductive Cycle: A microscopic study of the Natural Population of Lake Ohrid (written on English and Macedonian Language)
1998 M.Sc.
Institution Faculty of Natural Sciences and Mathematics, Skopje, R. Macedonia
Title: Hystochemical and Morphometrical analyses on the Liver in Rats during Acclimation to Heperthermic environment (written on Macedonian Language)

Professional Experience:
2009-until now Associate Professor, University “Sv. Kiril i Metodij”, Skopje, Republic of Macedonia
2005-2009 Auxiliary Professor, University “Sv. Kiril i Metodij”, Skopje, Republic of Macedonia
1991-2005 Teaching Assistant, University “Sv. Kiril i Metodij”, Skopje, Republic of Macedonia

Professional membership:
• Member of the Macedonian Association of Anatomy and Morphology
• Member of the Macedonian Ecological Society
• Fish Base Collaborator (Code No. 1720) since 2007

Current Pre-Graduate Teaching:
• Cell Biology
• Cytology
• General Zoology
• Organic Evolution
• Animal Behavior

Participation in research projects:
1994-1996 The Influence of a High-Temperature Environment and Endocrine Factors on Some Physiological, Biochemical and Cytomorphological Parameters of White Laboratory Rats
1996-1998 Morphological and hystochemical investigations on the effect of high ambient temperature and some endocrine factors on the liver, suprarenal and thyroid gland in rats
1997-2000 Monitoring of the Tumorigenic Effect of a Polluted Water Environment on Lake Ohrid Hydrobionts
1998-2001 Histopathologic Biomarkers of Anthropogenic Stress in Several Species of Lake Ohrid Fish
2000-2003 A Histological and Histochemical Study of the Liver, Thyroid and Sexual Organs of the Ohrid Trout

Current Research Interest:
• Liver Histology and Histopathology (undergoing studies in Ohrid trout)
• Toxicopathology of wild fish (survey on lesions found in the barbell from Bregalnica river)
• Use of stereological tools to solve interesting biological problems (gonado-related changes in the fish liver, kidney and spleen)

Selected Publications:
1. Jordanova, M., Miteva, N., Mitev, S., Dinevska-Cofkarovska, S. (1998): Morphometric analyses of hepatocyte nuclei of rats during acclimation to hyperthermic environment. God. zb. Biol., 51: 50-54.
2. Jordanova, M., Miteva, N., Mitev, S., Dinevska-Cofkarovska, S. (1999): Content and distribution of glycogen in rat liver during acclimation to hyperthermic environment. God. zb. Biol., 52: 130-134.
3. Roganovic -Zafirova, D., Jordanova, M. (1998/99): Liver lesions in bleak (Alburnus alburnus alborella Filippi) collected from som e contaminated sites of lake Ohrid. A histopathologycal evidence. Ekol. Zast. Zivot. Sred., 6 (1/2): 11-18.
4. Jordanova, M., Miteva, N. (2001): Histochemical studies of Mg++ dependent adenosine triphosphatase in starved rats liver during acclimation to hyperthermic environment. Perod. Biol., 103 (1): 35-38.
5. Popovska-Percinic, F., Miteva, N., Jordanova, M. (2003): Kariometrical studies on the effect of sex hormones on the adrenal cortex in rats acclimated to different environmental temperatures". Acta morphologica et anthropologica, 8: 47-51.
6. Roganovic-Zafirova, D. R., Jordanova, M., Panov, S., Velkova-Jordanovska, L. (2003): Hepatic capillariasis in the Mediterranean barbell (Barbus meridionalis Petenyi Heck.) from Lake Ohrid. Folia Veterinaria, 47 (1): 35-37.
7. Jordanova M, Miteva N, Rocha, E. (2004): Seasonal variations in iron and copper content in the liver of wild Ohrid trout, Salmo letnica. Pages: 1-7. http://balwois.mpl.ird.fr/balwois/administration/allfulpaper.php
8. Jordanova M, Miteva N, Rocha E. (2007): A quantitative study of the hepatic eosinophilic granular cells and rodlet cells during the breeding cycle of Ohrid trout, Salmo letnica Kar. (Teloestei, Salmonidae). Fish and Shellfish Immunology, 23: 473-478
9. Jordanova M., Miteva, N., Rocha, E (2008): A quantitative and qualitative study of the hepatic pigmented macrophage aggregates during the breeding cycle of Ohrid trout, Salmo letnica Kar. (Teleostei, Salmonidae). Microscopy Research and Technique, 71: 822-830.
10. Jordanova M, Miteva, N, Santos N, Malhao F., Rocha, E. (2009): Crystalline inclusions in hepatocytes and associated interhepatocytic macrophages from female Ohrid trout (Salmo letnica Kar.). Tissue and Cell. 41: 281-285.
11. Jordanova M, Rocha M, Rebok K, Rocha E. (2011): Changes in the amount of kidney pigmented macrophage aggregates throughout the breeding cycle of female Ohrid trout, Salmo letnica Kar. (Teleostei, Salmonidae). Microscopy Research and Technique, DOI 10.1002/jemt.21040.