Professor Gluscevic studies dark matter in the universe, using particle physics theory, cosmological observations, and simulations. Gluscevic got her undergraduate degree in astrophysics in Belgrade (Serbia) and her PhD at Caltech (Pasadena, California). She was a postdoctoral scholar at the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton, before joining USC in 2019. Gluscevic has previously co-led dark matter science teams for the Simons Observatory and CMB-S4 collaborations, and she currently serves on NASA Physics of the Cosmos executive committee. Her work was recognized through the Cottrell Scholars Award, NSF CAREER award, and the USC Raubenheimer Outstanding Junior Faculty Award. In addition to research, she works with the USC Center for Excellence in Teaching to create active and inclusive learning experiences in physics classrooms at USC.