About

GAMEST is a voluntary, non-profit, professional, scientific, independent, society that is established for the world wide.

The objectives of the Association are improving research, organization of educational contents and publication of research results in disciplines of hunting (production, breeding, care and use of wildlife), sustainable management of wildlife co-existence of wildlife and humans, synchronizing protection of conservation and sustainable management of wildlife monitoring wildlife health safety of wildlife, wildlife genetics.

The society works closely with similar national and international associations in order to exchange knowledge, experience, human resources and publications.

GAMEST Network - representatives of countries

Austria

  • Klaus Hacklander, PhD, professor, Institute of Wildlife Biology and Game Management, Department of Integrative Biology and Biodiversity Research, Viena.
  • Franz Suchentrunk, PhD, University of Veterinary Medicine, Research Institute of Wildlife Ecology, Viena.


Bosnia & Herzegovina

  • Dragana Šnjegota, assistant, Univesrity of Banja Luka, Faculty of Sciences, Banja Luka.


Bulgaria

  • Hristo Mihailov PhD, assistnt vprofessor, University of Forestry, Fakulti of forestry, Department of Wildlife Management, Sofia.
  • Stoyan Stoyanov, PhD, assistnt professor, University of Forestry, Fakulti of forestry, Department of Wildlife Management, Sofia.


Croatia

  • Kristijan Tomljanović PhD, assistant professor, University of Zagreb, Faculty of Foestry, Zagreb


Hungaria

  • Szilvia Kusza PhD, researcher, University of Debrecen, Institute of Animal Science, Biotechnology and Nature Conservation, Debrecen.


Lithuania


Macedonia FYR

  • Vladimir MAletić PhD, professor, Ss Cyril and Methodius University in Skopje , Faculty of Forestry, Skopje.


Serbia

  • Nevena Veličković PhD, assistant professor, University of Novi Sad, Faculty of Sciences, Novi Sad.
  • Mihajla Đan, PhD, professor, University of Novi Sad, Faculty of Sciences, Novi Sad.
  • Vukan Lavadinović PhD, University of Belgrade, Faculty of Forestry, Belgrde.
  • Miloš Beuković, professor, University of Novi Sad, Faculty of Agriculture, Novi Sad
  • Zoran Popović, University of Belgrade, Faculty of Agriculture, Belgrde-Zemun.
  • Dejan Beuković PhD, assistant professor, University of Novi Sad, Faculty of Agriculture, Novi Sad

Slovakia

  • Jarolav Slamečka, PhD, Assoc. Prof. director of Research Institute for Animal Production Nitra, Slovakia


Slovenia

  • Boštjan Pokorny, PhD, Assoc. Prof. ERICo Velenje, Ecological Research and Industrial Cooperation; Environmental Protection College Velenje, Slovenia
  • Prof. Dr Ivan Kos, PhD, prfofessor, University of Ljubljana, Biotehnical faculty Department of biology, Animal Ecology Research Group, Ljubljana



Turkey

  • Yasin Demirbaş