Jasmina Timić was born in May 12, 1983 in Jagodina, Serbia. She finished elementary school in Jagodina and at the same time attended lower music school. She finished high school (Gymnasium "Svetozar Markovic", natural sciences and mathematics) in Jagodina as a holder of the diploma "Vuk Karadzic". In the school year 2002/2003, she enrolled in integrated academic studies at the Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Belgrade, majoring in graduate pharmacist-medical biochemist, and graduated on September 30, 2008 with an average grade of 9.13 (nine and 13/100) and a grade of 10 in the final exam. She enrolled in PhD Doctoral Academic Studies at the Faculty of Pharmacy, module Bromatology, in the school year 2011/2012. After completing her basic studies, she completed an internship lasting 12 months in the Laboratory of the Health Center and the Hospital in Belgarde, and part of the internship in the Institute of Public Health and in 2009 she passed the Final Professional Exam. Until 2011, she worked as a volunteer in the Biochemical laboratory, and after that she was employed in the biochemical laboratory in Belgrade. Since October 2011, she has been employed at the Faculty of Pharmacy at the Department of Bromatology , University of Belgrade, Serbia as a researcher on a Project of the Ministry of Education, Science and Technological Development and as a teaching associate where she participated in practical classes in compulsory and elective subjects Bromatology, Food Safety Control 1 and Food Safety Control 2, General Use Items, Dietetics. As one of 20 students in the world, she received a scholarship to attend a summer school in Athens, Greece, from July 15 to 31, 2012, with a Certificate of Successful Attendance. He also has a Certificate of two-year professional training in the field of "Sports Nutrition and Supplementation" of the Association for Sports Medicine and Sports Sciences. He is a member of the Chamber of Medical Biochemists of Serbia and a member of the Association for Sports Medicine and Sports Sciences of Serbia.She has two Invitation Letters for scientific research in France and Greece. She attended advanced training courses in the field of food additives. She completed a Specialization in Sports Nutrition and Supplementation and Pharmacotherapy.