To extract or not to extract – what do the airways suggest?
Dr. Neda Stefanovic is an Assistant Professor at the Department of Orthodontics Faculty of Dental Medicine University of Belgrade, where she has obtained her DMD, MSc and PhD, as well as a specialty degree in orthodontics. Dr. Stefanovic has done her PhD research in cooperation with the Department of Orthodontics and the Craniofacial Imaging Center at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, OH, USA, where she was mentored by Prof. J. Martin Palomo, who is an expert in the field of craniofacial imaging, informatics, and airway analysis.
Her research interests are mostly focused on airways, orthognathic surgery, genetics, and most recently quality of life assessment.
Dr. Stefanovic teaches undergraduate, as well as postgraduate students at the Department of Orthodontics University of Belgrade, and has lectured both nationally and internationally. She has published and presented numerous scientific papers, authored a monograph, co-authored two chapters in a book on 3D craniofacial imaging that is about to be published by Springer, and is a reviewer in seven scientific journals.