Bojana Djordjevic

Dr. Bojana Djordjevic

Staff Pathologist, Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre, Toronto 

Biography

Dr. Bojana Djordjevic is a gynecologic pathologist at Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre in the department of Anatomic Pathology and an Associate Professor at the University of Toronto. Dr. Djordjevic received her Bachelor’s of Science degree in Biochemistry from McGill University, her MD degree from the University of Alberta, and her anatomical pathology residency training at the University of Toronto. She holds fellowships in gynecologic pathology and cancer biomarkers from the M.D. Anderson Cancer Center.

Dr. Djordjevic is interested in discovery of prognostic and predictive markers in gynecologic pathology, and their validation and adaptation for use in clinical laboratories. Her areas of work include biomarker development in the endometrium (PTEN and mismatch repair proteins/Lynch Syndrome), ovarian mucinous tumors and mucinous metastases to ovary (SATB2 and GREB) and ovarian epithelial tumors (BRCA1 and 2).

Dr. Bojana Djordjevic is a gynecologic pathologist at Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre in the department of Anatomic Pathology and an Associate Professor at the University of Toronto. She was recruited to Sunnybrook from The Ottawa Hospital in the spring of this year. Dr. Djordjevic received her Bachelor’s of Science degree in Biochemistry from McGill University, her MD degree from the University of Alberta, and her anatomical pathology residency training at the University of Toronto. She holds fellowships in gynecologic pathology and cancer biomarkers from the M.D. Anderson Cancer Center in Houston.

Dr. Djordjevic is interested in discovery of prognostic and predictive markers in gynecologic pathology, as well as their validation and adaptation for clinical use. She is the author of several publications in the American Journal of Pathology and Modern Pathology, eight book chapters and numerous abstracts. She received the Jesse H. Jones Fellowship Award from the M.D. Anderson Cancer Center in 2010 and is the 2013 recipient of the prestigious Stephen F. Vogel Award from the United States and Canadian Academy of Pathology. Her creative professional activities have centered around dissemination of knowledge of gynecological pathology through national and international education initiatives including a highly popular USCAP short course on endometrial biopsies. Djordjevic serves on several expert panels and has changed practice through development of guidelines and reporting standards.

Funded Projects

Discovery of markers predictive of progestin therapy response in endometrial atypical hyperplasia and low grade endometrioid adenocarcinoma »



Research Specialties

Research Interests

  • Gynecological
  • Molecular Pathology

Contact for Collaboration

Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre
Toronto
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