Evita Sadimin, M.D. received her medical degree from Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School. Dr. Sadimin then came the Pathology department as a combined Anatomical and Clinical Pathology resident and served as the Chief Resident in her third year.
She first joined CBII during residency, where she was involved in numerous projects utilizing multispectral imaging microscopy, computer-assisted diagnostics, as well as facilitating our in-house telepathology system. After finishing her residency, she went to Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions for fellowship under internationally renowned urologic pathologist Dr. Jonathan Epstein.
Dr. Sadimin is currently a faculty of Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey and Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital. Her research interests include urological malignancies, computer-assisted diagnostics, tissue microarrays, image processing and digital pathology. Her work led to many presentations, abstracts which are accepted at national and international meetings, and publications in peer-reviewed journals.