Ana MALNAR, Ph.D.
- Ph.D. from the Faculty of Philosophy, University of Zagreb (2001)
- M.S. from the Faculty of Natural Sciences and Mathematics of the University of Zagreb (1995)
- B.S. from the Faculty of Philosophy, University of Zagreb (1991)
Employment and professional experience:
- Institute for Migration and Ethnic Studies, Zagreb (2011 - )
- Institute for Anthropological Research, Zagreb (1992 - 2010)
- Teaching the "Anthropological demography" course within the graduate program of Anthropology at the Faculty of Philosophy of the University of Zagreb (2011)
- Seminar the „Introduction of Biological Anthropology" at the Faculty of Natural Sciences and Mathematics of the University of Zagreb (2007 -2010)
- Seminar the „Introduction of Anthropology" at the Faculty of Philosophy of the University of Zagreb (2007 - 2010)
- Member - Croatian Anthropological Society
- Member - European Anthropological Association
- Member – Organizing Committee – International scientific workshop: "School of Biological Anthropology", Zagreb, Croatia
- Member – Organizing Committee – International scientific workshop: "Anthropology and Health", Inter-University Center, Dubrovnik – Hvar, Croatia (Secretary of the course 1992)
- Member of the Editorial Board of the scientific journal: "Collegium Antropologicum"
- anthropological demography, migration, population structure of isolated population, demographic processes and security
- investigations of cultural and social changes and modernity competences among youth, stress
National scientific projects
- Anthropological investigations of the population structure of Croatia" (Ministry of Science and Technology, Republic of Croatia RH 3-01-133, 1992–1996)
- The Population Structure of Croatia – Sociocultural Approach" within the programme: "Anthropological Research of the Population Structure in Croatia" (019601), Croatian Ministry of Science, Education and Sport of the Republic of Croatia (01960102) 1996–2002..
- The Population Structure of Croatia – Sociocultural Approach ( Croatian Ministry of Science, Education and Sport, Republic of Croatia; 01960102, 2002-2006)
- Population structure of Croatia – antropogenetic approach ( Ministry of Science, Education and Sports of the Republic of Croatia, 196-1962766-2751, 2007–2011)
- The Influence of Migration on Regional Development in Croatia (IMIN, 2007-2014)
- Modernity Stress, Youth and Migration (The Croatian Scientific Foundation (09.01./408, 2014-2017)
International scientific projects
- Biological and Cultural Microdifferentiation Among Rural Populations (Middle Dalmatia – Croatia), (Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C., USA; JFP-259, 1992–1997)
- Etude pluridisciplinaire des Dogons de Sangha, République de Mali ( Institut National d'Etudes Démographiques, Paris, France, member of the Croatian research team, 1993–1996)
- Genetics of Metabolic Syndrome in an Island Population (NIH-R01-DK069845, National Institutes of Health, SAD, 2007–2011)
Book and book chapters
- Malnar, A.: Anthropological researches as a support to the planning of public health in Africa. In: Anthropology and public health, Ed..: M. Vidovič, Ljubljana, National Institute of Public Health, 65 – 81, 2016.
- Malnar, A.: Hrvatska i Turska-stoljetni odnosi koji imaju budućnost in Hrvatska i Turska Povijesno-kulturni pregled, Srednja Europa and Institute Ivo Pilar, Zagreb, 127-135, 2016.
Articles in journals
- Peternel, Lana; Malnar, Ana; Martinović Klarić Irena. The analysis of cultural consensus model of two good life sub-domains - health & well-being and migration & socio-economic milieu - in three population groups from Croatia. Journal of Biosocial Science. 7 (2014) 3; 1-24.
- Peternel, Lana; Malnar, Ana; Martinović Klarić, Irena. Cultural Importance of Two Lifestyle Sub-Domains (Education & Professional Life and Intimate & Family Relationships) in Croatian Youth: Significance for Holistic Anthropological Research. Journal of Anthropological Research. 70 (2014): 411-437. doi:10.399/jar.0521004.0070.304
- Peternel, Lana; Malnar, Ana; Martinović Klarić, Irena. The analysis of cultural consensus model of two good life sub-domains - health & well-being and migration & socio-economic milieu - in three population groups from Croatia. Journal of biosocial science. 47 (2015), 4; 469-492. doi:10.1017/S0021932014000194
- Malnar, D. i Malnar, A.: Demographic Security Trends in Southeastern Europe, Croatian International Relations Review, 21 (2015), 73 57-87., Institut za razvoj i međunarodne odnose, Zagreb.
- Peternel, L., Malnar, A., Martinović Klarić, I.: Content and Distribution of Cultural Knowledge about Leisure Time, Social Participation and Material Goods: Significance for Holistic Anthropological Research of Psychosocial Stress in Croatian Youth. Anthropos Journal, 112 (2017), 1; 243-255.
- Sujoldžić, A., A. Marković, A. Chaventre. The population structure of the Island of Krk - geomorphology, demography and linguistics. Collegium Antropologicum 16: 413-425, 1992.
- Sujoldžić, A., A. Marković, P. Šimunović, B. Finka. Govori otoka Krka – Uvod u antropološka istraživanja, HAZU, Filologija, Knjiga 20-21, Zagreb, 1992.-1993.
- Marković, I., A. Sujoldžić, A. Malnar, A. Chavantre. Endemic goitre, Migration and nutrition of the Dogon population. Collegium Antropologicum 20: 263-275, 1996.
- Malnar, A. Estimation of inbreeding, kinship and genetic distances from surnames – costal population of Middle Dalmatia, Croatia. Collegium Antropologicum 26: 411-421, 2002.
- Malnar, A., N. Viličić, V. Jovanović. Demographic development of the Middle Dalmatian cost and simulation of trends in population density by the LOPI Model. Collegium Antropologicum 26: 25-37, 2002.
- Malnar, A. Population structure in the island of Ugljan – Demographic processes and marital migration. Collegium Antropologicum 32: 1239-1250, 2008.
- Prodipto, P., M. Mihanović, S. Molnar, X. Huifeng, S. Guangyun, G. Saurav, N. Jeran, A. Tomljenović, A. Malnar, S. Missoni, R. Deka, P. Rudan, Association of tagging SNPs on eight candidate genes in the dopaminergic pathway with schizophrenia in a Croatian Population. Croatian Medical Journal 50 (2009) 4: 361-369.