Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin - SYSTHER

Asst. prof. Primoz Rozman, Ph.D.


Leader Work Package 3

Contact: primoz.rozman[at]
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Blood Transfusion Centre (Immunohaematology)
Slamerjeva 6
1000 Ljubljana

+386 1 543 81 61
+386 1 543 81 35


Curriculum vitae


Primož Rožman is the Head of the Immunohaematology Dept. of the national Blood Transfusion Centre of Slovenia, Ljubljana and Associate Professor at the Medical Faculty, University of Ljubljana, Chair for Internal Medicine (Transfusion medicine). Besides, he is an appointed lecturer at the Faculty of Pharmacy, and at the University College of Health Care, both part of University of Ljubljana. He has (co)-authored around 180 publications during the period 1991-2008 (link to the full bibliography is provided below).


Head of the research group at the Ministry of Research and Technology, Republic of Slovenia: his current research is related to the molecular diagnostics of blood group and platelet alloantigens, their role in transfusion and transplantation, transplantation of bone marrow, isolation and characterisation of the embryonic and haematopoietic stem cells and their clinical application. His research group “Transfusion Medicine” consists of 20 members. The current projects are available at the SICRIS URL: Rožman Primož .


  • Medical Faculty, University of Ljubljana. Chair for Internal Medicine (Transfusion medicine). Graduate programme. Since 1995.
  • Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Ljubljana. Laboratory biomedicine. (Hematology and Blood transfusion medicine). Graduate programme. Since 1994.
  • University College of Health Studies, University of Ljubljana, since 2004


  • AABB (American Association of Blood Banks, Arlington, USA, since 1989
  • ISBT (International Society of Blood Transfusion) Manchester, UK, since 1989
  • ISFH (International Society of Forensic Haemogenetics), Berlin, D, since 1991
  • EFI (European Federation for Immunogenetics), since 1997
  • EBMT (European Bone Marrow Transplantation), since 1997