Vasiliki Saitas, MD  |  Director of Pathology

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55 Meadowlands Parkway
Secaucus , NJ 07094


Dr. Saitas is the Director of Pathology at Hudson Regional Hospital.

Vasiliki L. Saitas, MD, FCAP is board certified in Anatomic/ Clinical Pathology and Cytopathology.

A graduate of Athens University Medical School in Athens, Greece, Dr. Saitas completed her residency in pathology at New York City’s St. Luke’s – Roosevelt Hospital Center, where she was selected to serve as chief resident. She then completed fellowships in both surgical pathology and cytopathology at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital in Philadelphia.

A Fellow / Inspector of the College of American Pathologists, Dr. Saitas is a member of the American Society of Clinical Pathologists, the American Society of Cytopathology, the International Academy of Cytology, and the Bergen County Medical Society, among other professional organizations. A New York City native who is fluent in English and Greek, Dr. Saitas is also a past president of the Hellenic Health Professionals of New Jersey.


Thomas Jefferson University Hospital - Fellowship

Philadelphia, PA

1992 - 1993

Fellowship in Cytopathology

Thomas Jefferson University Hospital - Fellowship

Philadelphia, PA

1991 - 1992

Fellow in Surgical Pathology

St. Luke's-Roosevelt Hospital Center - Residency

New York, NY

1987 - 1990

Resident. Department of Pathology.

Chief Resident: 1990-1991

St. Luke's-Roosevelt Hospital Center - Research

New York, NY

1986 - 1987

Research Associate

Division of Endocrinology and Nutrition

Athens University Medical School - Medical Education

Athens, Greece

1978 - 1985


Fontbonne Hall Academy - Pre-Professional Education

Brooklyn, NY

1974 - 1977

High School

Early graduate


Diplomate, American Board of Pathology, 1993

Anatomic/Clinical Pathology

Diplomate, American Board of Pathology, 1995

Added Qualification in Cythopathology

FLEX, 1989

ECFMG, 1987

Urovysion (FISH) training, Abbot Laboratories, 2010


Single-Slide Versus Double-Slide Pap Smear A Comparative Study.

Diagnostic Cytopathology


Other contributors include, Hawthorne, C., Cater, J., Bibbo, M.

Stability of Malignant Breast Microcalcifications.



Other contributors include, Lev-Toaff, A.S., Feig, A., Finkel, G.C.

Congenital Ureteropelvic junction obstruction with calcified renal pelvis and superimposed spindle cell urothelial carcinoma.

Urologic Radiology


Other contributors include, Gold, R.P., Pellman, C.

Frozen desserts abd glycemic response in well-controlled NIDDM patients.

Diabetes Care


Other contributors include, Bukar, J., Mezitis, N.H.E., Pi-Sunyer, F.X.

Glyburide reduces insulin requirements for twenty weeks of combination therapy.



Other contributors include, Mezitis, N.H.E., Bailey, T.S., Heshka, S., Costa, R., Pi-Sunyer, F.X.

Combination therapy for diabetes mellitus (DM) type II with biosynthetic human insulin and glyburide.



Other contributors include, Mezitis, N.H.E., Bailey, T.S., Heshka, S., Costa, R., Pi-Sunyer, F.X.

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