Miroslav Djordjevic

University of Belgrade, Serbia


Miroslav L. Djordjevic works as a Professor of Urology/Surgery. He graduated from the School of Medicine, Belgrade University, Belgrade, Serbia, 1984–1991; where he completed a pediatric surgery residency, 1993–1998; studied urology, 1998-2002; completed a pediatric urology fellowship, 1999–2002; received a Ph.D. degree, 1998 – 2003, with a thesis entitled "A new approach for surgical treatment of Peyronie's disease." He works in the Pediatric Urology Department, University Children’s Hospital, Belgrade, Serbia, since 1992. He also serves as an Associate Professor of Surgery, School of Medicine, Belgrade University, since 1999. Dr. Djordjevic received the first prize for a best presentation for 1999, entitled “A new approach to the surgical treatment of Peyronie's disease” at the 15th Congress of EAU (European Association of Urology), 2000; the first prize for best presentation entitled “Urethral lengthening in female transsexuals using combined buccalmucosa graft and labia minora flap,” presented at EAU 4th South Eastern European Meeting, Tirana 2008; the first prize for best presentation entitled “One stage metoidioplasty in female to male transgender patients: the role of genital flaps for urethral reconstruction,” presented at EAU 5th South Eastern European Meeting, Belgrade, 2009; the first prize for best presentation entitled “Total phalloplasty in female transsexuals: technique and outcomes,” at EAU 7th South Eastern European Meeting, Skopje, 2011. Dr. Djordjevic is a Member in the following international societies: AUA (American Urological Association), EAU (European Association of Urology), SIU (International Urological Association), GURS (Society for Genitourinary Reconstructive Surgeons), DGU (German Urological Association), and IVU (International Volunteers in Urology). He has made many visits and demonstration surgeries from 1997 to 2012, in Italy, Hungary, Greece, Germany, Poland, Portugal, USA, Japan, and Brazil.

Biography Updated on 11 July 2017

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