Dr. Stojanovska is an assistant professor of radiology on instructional track, a board certified diagnostic radiologist and fellowship trained cardiothoracic radiologist. She currently holds a position of Director of Cardiothoracic Magnetic Resonance Imaging Program at the University of Michigan Health System. Following her medical training and residency in Radiology, she took a traditional fellowship in Cardiothoracic Radiology, and also a post-doctoral research fellowship in the Center for Molecular Imaging at the University of Michigan. She obtained a Master of Science degree in Clinical Research and Statistical Design from the University of Michigan School of Public Health as part of a.k.a institutional K30 award in 2009. She also completed a competitive General Electric Radiology Research Academic Fellowship (GERRAF) on Patient & Physician- Centered Radiology in 2014 and currently she participates in the University of Michigan RO1 Boot Camp program. She also became a Figley Fellow in Radiology Editorship in 2015 sponsored by American Roentgen Ray Society. Nationally, she serves on several cardiac imaging research, scientific and teaching committees. She is a reviewer for several imaging journals including reviewer for PCORI and NIH in early carrier program.
Areas of Interest
As a physician scientist with training in radiology, cardiothoracic radiology, molecular imaging and public health, she focuses her interests on translational and outcomes research using quantitative imaging in prevention and in assessing therapeutic efficacy of cardiovascular diseases, Metabolic Syndrome and obesity. Dr. Stojanovska;s training in patient-centered Radiology enabled her to focus on decision analysis and appropriate utilization of imaging.
Dr. Stojanovska’s clinical interests are thoracic and cardiovascular imaging. As a director of cardiothoracic MRI program she commits to continuously improving patient care delivery by improving image quality and exam timeliness, facilitating service with referring physicians and organizing bi-monthly teaching conferences for cardiothoracic MR group consisted of physicians (attendings and trainees), physicists and technologists.
Medical School or Training
- University St. Cyril and Methodius, 1998
- Institute of Radiology, University Clinical Center, Diagnostic Radiology, 2005
- Cardiothoracic Radiology, University of Michigan, 2007
- Diagnostic Radiology