He has been involved in a number of courses in elementary and master studies, primarily in the fields of environmental protection, human ecology and urban ecology. From 2012 to 2017, he was employed as the Head of the Biology and Environmental Program at the Petnica Research Station, and from the beginning of his basic studies to the present day he is also an expert guide at the Jevremovac Botanical Garden. He has served as President of the Student Council of the Society for Toxicology and Environmental Chemistry of SETAC Europe and has organized a number of international conferences and workshops in the field of environmental protection. His narrow scientific interest is plant ecology in habitats with high concentrations of heavy metals, including urban habitats, while his professional interests include sustainable urban development, climate change adaptation and invasive species ecology. He is completing his doctoral studies at his home faculty.