Vasiliki Saitas, MD  |  Director of Pathology

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55 Meadowlands Parkway
Secaucus , NJ 07094

Bio

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.

Education

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

MD

Fontbonne Hall Academy - Pre-Professional Education

Brooklyn, NY

1974 - 1977

High School

Early graduate

Certifications

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

Publications

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

Diagnostic Cytopathology

1995

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

Stability of Malignant Breast Microcalcifications.

Radiology

1994

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

1990

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

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

Diabetes Care

1990

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

Glyburide reduces insulin requirements for twenty weeks of combination therapy.

Diabetes

1990

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.

Diabetes

1988

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

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