Assist. prof. dr. Janez Mravljak graduated at the Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Ljubljana in 2002 under the supervision of prof. dr. Danijel Kikelj with the thesis: “The synthesis of aminoacid analogues of 7-methyl-2H-1,4-benoxazine-3(4H)-one”. In 2007 he defended his Ph.D. thesis “Interactions of spin-labelled derivatives of perifosine and miletefosine with model and cell membranes”, under the supervision of prof. dr. Slavko Pečar. He won a Ph.D. Krka Prize for research achievements in the 2007th. He is a member of the Department of Pharmaceutical Chemistry and the research group 0787-002 (Head: prof. dr. Danijel Kikelj). Currently, the scope of his research is the design and synthesis of spin labelled and fluorescent compounds with biological effects on cell membranes. He published a number of publications in internationally recognized journals proving the quality of his research. During the doctoral education he worked for short-term in the research group of recognized researcher dr. Reiner Zeisiga (Max-Delbrück-Center for Molecular Medicine, Experimental Pharmacology, Berlin-Buch, Germany) on cytotoxicity testing of compounds on cancer cell lines. In the 2008/2009 academic year he has passed 12-month post-doctoral training in the group of prof. Yves Le Merrer and dr. Christine Gravier-Pelletier (Université Paris Descartes, CNRS UMR 8601, Laboratoire de Chimie et Biochimie et Pharmacologiques Toxicologiques, France), where he was working on synthesis of liposidomycins analogs as MraY inhibitors. Assist. prof. dr. Janez Mravljak is lecturer at the Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Ljubljana for subjects Reactive oxygen and nitrogen intermediates (Master’s study programme Laboratory Biomedicine, 2nd cycle of Bologna study programme), Reactive intermediates in the skin and antioxidants (University study programme Cosmetology, 1st cycle of Bologna study programme) and exercises at the subject Pharmaceutical Chemistry III. He is also participated at subjects Pharmaceutical Chemistry I, Pharmaceutical Chemistry III, Instrumental Pharmaceutical Analysis (Uniform master’s study programme Pharmacy).