Snezana Radivojev is currently working on her PhD thesis in a cooperation between RCPE GmbH (Research Center Pharmaceutical Engineering) and the Medical University of Graz in Austria, under the supervision of Dr. Eleonore Fröhlich. Her PhD research is focused on the establishment of in-vitro-in-vivo correlations through the development of new and/or improved in-vitro and in-silico methodologies, following the rational understanding of orally inhaled product’s biopharmaceutics. Additionally, she investigates the development and characterization of new orally inhaled products. She acquired her BSc diploma in Chemistry, from University of Novi Sad in Serbia. In 2017, she earned Dipl. -Ing degree in Chemical and Pharmaceutical Engineering from Graz University of Technology in 2017 with the master thesis ‘‘Characterization of potential new dry powder inhaler formulations’’ under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Johannes Khinast (Institute of Process and Particle Engineering) and Dr. Sarah Zellnitz. Following graduation, she started her carrier in RCPE as a scientist and join their Area II-Advanced Products and Delivery, supervised by Dr. Amrit Paudel and Dr. Simone Pival-Marko. Aside from her research, she is interested in actively promoting networking opportunities between PhD students coming from different backgrounds of knowledge and universities in the field of inhalation. During DDL2019, together with Dr. Magda Swedrowska (King’s College London) and Marie Hellfritzsch (Kiel University), she founded the New Researcher Network (NRN) as a mean to facilitate cooperation between young researchers and support them throughout their scientific journey.