Clinical Lecturer in Paediatrics
Sanja Zivanovic is a Clinical Lecturer and honorary specialty registrar in neonatology at Oxford University and the Children’s Hospital, Oxford. She graduated from the University of Zagreb Medical School in 2003, undertook a PhD at King’s College London from 2011-2014 and postgraduate diploma in Higher Education at The University of Oxford in 2015-2016. Her main research interests are BPD and other related illnesses in extreme preterm infants. She started in her current post in November 2014.
One Step Further Toward Defining the Optimal Respiratory Care Package for Neonates: Interventions to Successfully Extubate Preterm Infants.
Zivanovic S. and Roehr CC., (2017), JAMA pediatrics, 171, 120 - 121
One Step Further Toward Defining the Optimal Respiratory Care Package for Neonates: Interventions to Successfully Extubate Preterm Infants
Zivanovic S. and Roehr CC., (2016), JAMA Pediatrics
United Kingdom Oscillation Study: long-term outcomes of a randomised trial of two modes of neonatal ventilation.
Greenough A. et al, (2014), Health Technol Assess, 18, v - 95
Late outcomes of a randomized trial of high-frequency oscillation in neonates.
Zivanovic S. et al, (2014), N Engl J Med, 370, 1121 - 1130