Munevera Zulfikarpašić

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Munevera Zulfikarpašić
Born(1918-09-08)September 8, 1918
DiedAugust 11, 1999(1999-08-11) (aged 80)
CitizenshipBosnia and Herzegovina
Alma materUniversity of Zagreb
Known forFirst academically educated Bosniaks woman Master of Pharmacy
Scientific career
InstitutionsPharmacies Sarajevo

Munevera Zulfikarpašić, born Gavrankapetanović (1918–1999), was a distinguished Bosnian and Sarajevan master of pharmacy. She was born in Ljubuški and died in Sarajevo.

She was:

  • the first academically educated Bosniak woman with the degree of Master of Pharmacy
  • among the first Bosnian-Herzegovinian pharmacists certified for the preparation of galenic preparations, and
  • the first Bosniak woman with active participation in international scientific and expert conferences in the field of pharmacy.[1]

Munevera Zulfikarpašić finished elementary and high schools in Sarajevo and graduated from the Faculty of Pharmacy at University of Zagreb, 1942. The Pharmacy Exam passed in 1948, when she was promoted to "Pharmacy Health at the Level of master of pharmacy".[2]

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  1. Munir Gavrankapetanović (2009). U plamenu kušnje. Brčko: Patriotski studio „Vatan“.
  2. Zejneba – Zejna Hasić (2007). "Mr. ph. Munevera Gavrankapetanović-Zulfikarpašić (1918-1999)". Apotekar, Sarajevo. 7 (28): 57.