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Director of Thoaracic Pathology-Holden Comprehensive Cancer CenterClinical Associate ProfessorClinical Associate Professor of Pathology
- Anatomic Pathology
Primary Office: 5243 Roy Carver PavilionIowa City, IA 52242
Primary Office Phone: 319-353-6861
RN, Dubrovnik Secondary School and School of Nursing, Dubrovnik CroatiaMD, University of Zagreb School of Medicine, Zagreb, Croatia
Transitional Year, University Hospital “Merkur”, Zagreb, CroatiaResidency, Anatomic Pathology, Boston University Medical CenterResidency, Clinical Pathology, Boston University Medical CenterFellowship, Cytopathology, Boston University Medical CenterFellowship, Surgical Pathology, University of Chicago Medical Center
State of Illinois Medical License, Illinois Board of MedicineState of Massachusetts Medical License, Massachusetts Board of MedicineAnatomic and Clinical Pathology, American Board of PathologyCytopathology, Interenation Academy of Cytopathology BoardCytopathology, American Board of Cytopathology
Interests: Diagnostic surgical pathology and cytopathology.
Holden Comprehensive Cancer Center
Distinguish the Lineage of the Sex Cord-stromal Cells in Gonadoblastoma.
Pediatric and Developmental Pathology.
2011. Ivanovic M.
Targeting Prostate Cancer Angiogenesis Through Metastasis-Associated Antigen 1 (MTA 1).
On the Dynamics of Nitrite, Nitrate and Other Biomarkers of Nitric Oxide Production in Inflammatory Bowel disease. Nitric Oxide.
The indeterminate thyroid fine-needle aspiration: experience from an academic center using terminology similar to that proposed in the 2007 National Cancer Institute Thyroid Fine Needle Aspiration State of the Science Conference.
2009 June. 117(3):195-202.
Thin core needle biopsy crush preparations in conjunction with fine-needle aspiration for the evaluation of thyroid nodules: a complementary approach.
2008 December. 114(6):512-8.
Transient potential receptor channel 4 controls thrombospondin-1 secretion and angiogenesis in renal cell carcinoma.
The FEBS journal.
2007 December. 274(24):6365-77.
The role of hypoxia and p53 in the regulation of angiogenesis in bladder cancer.
The Journal of urology.
2001 June. 165(6 Pt 1):2075-81.
Molecular mediators of angiogenesis in bladder cancer.
1998 March. 58(6):1298-304.
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