Siniša earned his master’s degree in Environmental Science in 2014 from University of Zagreb, Faculty of science, Department of biology. During 2016 he was a trainee in forensic toxicology at Forensic science centre ‘Ivan Vučetić’, Ministry of the Interior of the Republic of Croatia, where he gained considerable hands-on experience in instrumental analytical chemistry; particularly GC-MS and HPLC. At the beginning of 2017 he passed the state examination for forensic examiners and soon got employed as a senior technician at the Laboratory for biomimetic chemistry, Ruđer Bošković Institute, Zagreb, where he led an LC-MS/MS platform and was responsible for instrument maintenance, sample preparation, small molecule method development and providing contract analytical services for other research labs, biopharma and food industry. Before a journey into the world of chromatography he was also interested in biology of tardigrades, microscopy and nanoscale marine biopolymer dynamics, all three in fact closely related to glycobiology. Siniša joined Genos mass spectrometry group in July 2018 as an early stage researcher. Currently he explores rat IgG glycosylation patterns by glycomic and glycoproteomic approach and is planning to pursue a PhD in field of glycoanalytics.