Associate Professor & Director of Light Microscopy
Prof. Bojana Gligorijevic received her BS in Chemistry in Belgrade, Serbia. She continued to Georgetown, Washington DC, and developed imaging techniques for malaria during her PhD. During her postdoc at the Biophotonics Center, Einstein College of Medicine, in New York, she developed the intravital mammary imaging window for mouse models of metastasis and
machine learning classifications of intravital images. She leads the Lab for Cancer Microscopy & Mechanobiology at Bioengineering Department at Temple University in Philadelphia, where she also directs Light Microscopy & teaches Biophotonics. In addition, she is a faculty member of Cancer Signaling & Epigenetics Program, and a Co-Director of Biological Imaging Facility at Fox Chase Center.