Maša is a medical doctor trained at the Faculty of Medicine, University of Belgrade, Serbia. In 2017 she obtained her Master’s degree in Health Sciences (Epidemiology) from Erasmus University Rotterdam in the Netherlands. Her thesis was titled: „Disability-adjusted life years averted versus quality-adjusted life years gained: a model analysis for breast cancer screening“. Her research work was part of the EU-TOPIA project which aims to systematically evaluate and quantify the harms and benefits of screening programmes for breast, cervical, and colorectal cancer in all European countries. Afterwards, she was working as a teaching assistant at the University of Belgrade, Faculty of Medicine, Department of Social Medicine in Serbia. She has received the SSPH+ Global PhD Fellowship Program in Public Health Sciences funded by Marie Sklodowska-Curie Actions and organized by the Foundation Swiss School of Public Health, and she joined the ISPM team in April 2019 to pursue a PhD. She is working on Cervical Cancer Prevention and Care Cascade for women living with HIV in sub-Saharan Africa. The overal objective of her work is to develop a standardized data sets for monitoring cervical cancer screening for women living with HIV in sub-Saharan countries.