Aleksandar Milutinović was born on 24.08.1982 in Kruševac. He finished primary and secondary school in Brus and graduated from the Faculty of Medicine in 2008 in Belgrade with the grade point average of 7.49. He completed his Master’s studies in 2012 with the grade point average of 8.18 at the Faculty of Medicine in Belgrade. For many years, he was successfully professionally trained at the Institute Dedinje under the mentorship of several professors and assistant professors. He was studying the technique of preparing a large skin vein, the so-called No-touch technique, and its use in coronary surgery in Sweden, at the University Hospital in Orebro. He introduced this method into the clinical practice of the Institute in 2019. He is currently attending doctoral studies and he is about to take his final exam. He is a member of the Serbian Medical Society. He is the author and co-author of several papers published in domestic and foreign journals. The areas of subspecialty he is interested in are: reconstructive procedures, coronary surgery and minimally invasive procedures. He is fluent in English and speaks German to some extent. He is engaged in writing, protection of nature and Serbian heritage. He plays the accordion and sings to the accompaniment of gusle. He believes that virtue will save the world.