University Eye Clinic, San Giuseppe Hospital, IRCCS MultiMedica,
Dr. Vujosevic is currently the head of Medical Retina Service at the University Eye Clinic, San Giuseppe Hospital, Milano, Italy, and Adjunt Professor at the Universita’ Statale di Milano. Italian national qualification for the Full Professor since 2020. She received her degree in Medicine and Surgery, residency in Ophthalmology and PhD in Clinical Methodology, Endocrinological and Diabetological Sciences at the University of Padova in Italy. Fellowship in Medical retina at the Moorfields Eye Hospital in London with Professor Alan C. Bird. Research Fellowship at the Reading Centre, Moorfields Eye Hospital in London.
Dr Vujosevic is the fellow of the European Board of Ophthalmology (FEBO). Member of the European Diabetic Retinopathy Expert Committe, the Macula Society, the Association for the Research in Vision and Ophthalmology (ARVO), the Board of Directors of The International Retinal Laser Society (LIGHT), the EURETINA, the European Association For The Study of Diabetes (EASDec), the Italian Retina Society and the Italian Society of Ophthalmologists (SOI). Her major national and international awards include: SOI/SOE award lecture “Neuroretinal Inflammation in Diabetes Mellitus” and Women’s Leadership Development in ARVO Program. She serves as the examiner at the European Board of Ophthalmology (EBO) certification exam since 2013, the member of the Program Committee for the Retina Section and the Publications Committee of the ARVO and scientific secretary of the EASDec.
Her major research interests are vascular and degenerative retinal and choroidal diseases, with particular interest in the study of biochemical, molecular and imaging biomarkers and diagnostic techniques in ophthalmology. She currently oversees international research projects and carries out clinical activities concerning screening, morphological and functional (microperimetry) instrumental diagnoses, subthreshold micropulse laser and intravitreal and surgical treatment of degenerative chorioretinal pathologies. She has authored numerous papers published in major international ophthalmic journals and book chapters.