Dr. Olivera Stojadinovic (Dr S.) is a Board Certified dermatologist, holding the position of Voluntary Clinical Professor at the Dr. Phillip Frost Department of Dermatology, University of Miami.
Her focus is on:
In her doctorate research project, Dr. S. studied venous leg ulcers to elucidate a subset of stem cell regulated genes that play a role in pathogenesis of venous leg ulcers comparing gene expression profiles obtained from the edges of venous ulcers and normal skin specimens. There is a deregulation of epidermal stem cells and their fate at the edge of chronic venous ulcers.
This deregulation plays a significant role in pathogenesis of chronic venous ulcers. Loss of genes important for regulation of epidermal stem cells and their fate may lead to the deprivation of local population of ESC and contribute to a hyper-proliferative, non-migratory wound edge and overall impairment of healing. In the future we may have a molecular marker that would guide the debridement in order to reach healing responsive cells while removing non-responsive cells at the bedside.
Summary – Chronic venous ulcers – Studied molecular markers that in the future may guide the bedside debridement of these ulcers – allowing doctors to reach healing responsive cells while removing non-responsive cells. (Helping to heal these currently slow or non-healing ulcers.)
Dr. Stojadinovic believes that skin is the mirror of our body and our soul, and approaches every patient with patience and the highest standards of care, to help them look and feel their very best.
B.A./M.D. School of Medicine, University of Belgrade, Belgrade, Yugoslavia 10/1991-06/1998
Internship (Internal Medicine), Hospital for Cardiovascular Disorders, 07/1998-06/1999 Belgrade, Yugoslavia
Residency (Dermatology), Medical Academy VMA, Belgrade Yugoslavia 04/2000- 01/2002 Research topic: Immunology of Skin Disorders
Internship, 145650, Miller School of Medicine, Miami, FL, USA 06/2016- 06/2017
Residency Dermatology, University of Miami Miller School of Medicine / Jackson Health System Program, Miami, FL, USA 07/2017- 07/2020
PhD candidate – Immunology, Infection and Inflammation
Advisors: Arsenijevic Nebojsa, MD, PhD and Marjana Tomic- Canic,PhD
Thesis title: The role of epidermal stem cell niche and their contribution to
pathogenesis of non-healing venous leg ulcers
Faculty of Medical Sciences, University of Kragujevac 07/2016- present
1. Pastar I, Liang L, Sawaya AP, Cao Wikramanayake T, Glinos GD, Drakulich S, Chen V, Stojadinovic O, Davis SC and Tomic-Canic M: Pre-clinical Models for Wound Healing Studies. Book titled “Skin Tissue Models” publisher Elsevier, Editors: Alexandra Marques, Rui L. Reis, Rogério P. Pirraco, Mariana T. Cerqueira (2017)
2. Rosa A, Fox J, Tomic-Canic M and Stojadinovic O: Wound Care for Laser Treatments. Lasers in Dermatology and Medicine, (2015) K Nouri Ed
3. Khalid L, Stojadinovic O and Tomic–Canic M: Post-operative Wound Care and Dressings. Handbook of Lasers in Dermatology. K Nouri Ed (2014) Springer, London. (pp 425-435) .
4. Stojadinovic O, Pastar I, Gordon K and Tomic- Canic M: Physiology and Pathophysiology of Wound Healing in Diabetes. Diabetic Foot, The Third Edition, Edited by Aristidis Veves, MD; Humana Press (2014)
5. Stojadinovic O and Tomic-Canic M : Human Ex Vivo Wound Healing Model. Wound Regeneration and Repair: Methods and Protocols. RG Gourdie and TA Mayers (eds.) (2013) Methods Mol Biol. 1037:255- 64.
6. Stojadinovic O, Katherine Gordon, and Marjana Tomic- Canic: Wound Dressings. Dermatologic Surgery – Step by step. Edited by: Nouri K and Seward J; Wiley-Blackwell (2013)
7. Stojadinovic O, Zabelinsky M., Tomic-Canic M. Healing Competence of the Keratinocytes and the Chronic Wound Edge In. (2010): Translational medicine: from benchtop to bedside to community and back. Adv. Skin Wound Care (Volume I). Sen CK (ed.), Mary Ann Liebert, Inc.,New Rochelle,NY, 171-7
8. Zimmerman K, Stojadinovic O, Lebrun E, Tomic-Canic M, Brem H. Cellular and Molecular Mechanism of Chronic Wounds. (2010) In: Translational medicine: from benchtop to bedside to community and back. Adv. Skin Wound Care (Volume I). Sen CK (ed.), Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., New Rochelle, NY, 165- 71
9. Stojadinovic O, Gordon K., Tomic-Canic M. Wound Dressings. (2010) In: Dermatologic Surgery – Step by Step. Nouri K. (ed.), John Wiley & Sons, Ltd., The Atrium, Southern Gate, Chichester, England, 410- 114
10. Stojadinovic O, Gordon K., Labrun E., Tomic-Canic M. Stress-Induced Hormones Cortisol and Epinephrine Impair Wound Epithelialization In. (2011): Translational medicine: from benchtop to bedside to community and back. Adv. Skin Wound Care (Volume III).
11. Stojadinovic O, Pastar I., Gordon K,, Tomic- Canic M. Pathophysiology of Wound Healing in Diabetes (2012). In The Diabetic Foot: Medical and Surgical Management: Third Edition; Humana Press Inc. ( 127-149).
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