Dr. Medved is a highly valued contributor
to clinical research in our laboratory and is extremely productive.
She has extensive experience in breast MR data acquisition and
analysis and IDL software program development. She also has
extensive experience with dynamic breast MRI data acquisition and
Curriculum Vitae (pdf)
1995 B.S. Physics, University of Belgrade, Belgrade, Yugoslavia
1997 M.S. Physics, University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois
2000 Ph.D. Physics, University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois
Fellowships and Awards
1987 – 1990 City Merit Fellowship, Belgrade, Yugoslavia
1990 – 1995 State Merit Fellowship, Serbia, Yugoslavia
1995 Best Bachelor’s Thesis Award, Faculty of Physics, The University of
Belgrade, Belgrade, Yugoslavia
2002 Paul C. Hodges Society Award, Department of Radiology, The University
of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois
“Convection in horizontally vibrated
granular material”, Milica Medved, Damien Dawson, Heinrich M.
Jaeger, and Sidney R. Nagel, Chaos, 9, 1054-1500, 1999.
“Modes of response in horizontally
vibrated granular matter”, Milica Medved, Heinrich M. Jaeger and
Sidney R. Nagel, Europhysics Letters, 52 (1), 66-72, 2000.
“Convection in a fully immersed
granular slurry”, Milica Medved, Heinrich M. Jaeger, and Sidney
R. Nagel, Physical Review E, 63 (6), 061302, 2001.
“Connections between response modes in a
horizontally driven granular material”, Milica Medved, Physical
Review E, 65 (2), 021305, 2002.
“Breast MR Imaging with High Spectral and
Spatial Resolutions: Preliminary Experience”, Weillang Du, Yiping Du,
Ulrich Bick, Xiaobing Fan, Peter MacEneany, Marta Zamora, Milica
Medved and Greg Karczmar, Radiology, 224 (2), 2002.
“Spectrally Inhomogeneous Effects of
Contrast Agents in Breast Lesion Detected by high Spectral and Spatial
Resolution MRI”, G. S. Karczmar, W. Du, M. Medved, U. Bick, P.
MacEneany, Y. P. Du, X. Fan, M. Zamora, M. Lipton; Academic Radiology, 9
(Suppl 2):S352-S354, July 2002.
“The effect of varying spectral resolution
on the quality of HiSS MR images of the breast”, M. Medved, W.
Du, M. A. Zamora, X. Fan, O. I. Olopade, P. MacEneaney, G. Newstead and
G. S. Karczmar, Journal of Magnetic Resonance Imaging, 18(4):442-448,
“New model for analysis of dynamic
contrast-enhanced MRI data distinguishes metastatic from non-metastatic
rodent prostate tumors”, Xiaobing Fan, Milica Medved, Jonathan N.
River, Marta A. Zamora, Claire Corot, Philippe Robert, Philippe Bourinet,
Martin Lipton and Gregory S. Karczmar, Magnetic Resonance in Medicine,
“Phase II study of the Flk-1 tyrosine kinase
inhibitor SU5416 in advanced melanoma”, Amy C. Peterson, Susan Swiger,
Walter M. Stadler, Milica Medved, Gregory Karczmar, and Thomas F.
Gajewski, Clinical Cancer Research, 10:4048-4054, 2004.
“Semi-quantitative analysis of dynamic
contrast enhanced MRI in cancer patients: variability and changes in
tumor tissue over time”, Milica Medved, Greg Karczmar, Cheng
Yang, James Dignam, Thomas Gajewski, Hedy Kindler, Everett Vokes, Peter
MacEneaney and Walter Stadler, Journal of Magnetic Resonance Imaging,
“Fourier components of inhomogeneously
broadened water resonances in breast – a new source of MRI contrast”,
Milica Medved, Gillian Newstead, Xiaobing Fan, Weiliang Du, Yiping
Du, Peter MacEneaney, Rita Culp, Frederick Kelcz, Olufunmilayo Olopade,
Marta Zamora, and Gregory Karczmar, Magnetic Resonance in Medicine,
“Estimating the Arterial Input Function
Using Two Reference Tissues in Dynamic Contrast-Enhanced MRI Studies. 1.
Fundamental Concepts and Simulations”, C. Yang, G. Karczmar, M.
Medved and W. Stadler, Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, 52:1110-1117,
“High spectral and spatial resolution MR
imaging of breast lesions: preliminary clinical experience”, M.
Medved, G. Newstead, H. Abe, M. A. Zamora, O. I. Olopade, G. S.
Karczmar, American Journal of Roentgenology, 186(1):30-37, 2006.
“Multi-slice DCE-MRI data using P760
distinguishes between metastatic and non-metastatic rodent prostate
tumors”, X. Fan, M. Medved, S. Foxley, J. N. River, M. A. Zamora
G. S. Karczmar, C. Corot, P. Robert, and P. Bourrinet, Magnetic
Resonance Materials in Physics, Biology and Medicine, 19(1):15-21, 2006.
“Fat suppression with spectrally selective
inversion vs. high spectral and spatial resolution MRI of breast
lesions: Qualitative and quantitative comparisons”, X. Fan, H. Abe,
M. Medved, S. Foxley, S. Arkani, M. A. Zamora, O. I. Olopade, G. M.
Newstead, G. S. Karczmar, Journal of Magnetic Resonance Imaging,
“Diagnosis of suspicious breast lesions
using an empirical mathematical model for dynamic contrast-enhanced
MRI”, X. Fan, M. Medved, G. S. Karczmar, C. Yang, S. Foxley, S.
Arkani, W. Recant, M. A. Zamora, H. Abe, G. M. Newstead, Magnetic
Resonance Imaging, 25(5):593-603, 2007.
“Multiple reference tissue method for
contrast agent arterial input function estimation”, C. Yang, Karczmar G.
S., M. Medved, W. M. Stadler, Magnetic Resonance in Medicine,
“Quantitative analysis of water proton
spectral lineshape: a novel source of contrast in MRI”, ”, S. Foxley, X.
Fan, D. Mustafi, C. Yang, M. A. Zamora, M. Medved and G. S.
Karczmar, Physics in Medicine and Biology, 53(7):4509-4522, 2008.
“Dynamic contrast-enhanced MRI
pharmacodynamic biomarker study of sorafenib in metastatic renal cell
carcinoma”, O. M. Hahn, C. Yang, M. Medved, G. S. Karczmar, E.
Kistner, T. Karrison, E. Manchen, M. Mitchell, M. J. Ratain, Walter M.
Stadler, Journal of Clinical Oncology 26:4572-4578, 2008.
“Sensitivity to tumor micro-vasculature
without contrast agents in high spectral and spatial resolution MR
images”, S. Foxley, X. Fan, D. Mustafi, C. Haney, M. Medved, A.
M. Wood, M. Zamora, E. Markiewicz, and G. S. Karczmar, accepted in
Magnetic Resonance in Medicine. (in press)
“Reproducibility Assessment of a Multiple
Reference Tissue Method for Quantitative DCE-MRI Analysis”, C. Yang, G.
Karczmar, M. Medved, A. Oto, M. Zamora, W. Stadler, accepted in
Magnetic Resonance in Medicine. (in press)