FemaleEnglish, Serbo-CroatianAvailable upon request
Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians (London)
Member of Society for Endocrinology (UK)
Member of the Endocrine Society (US)
International Society of Gynaecological Endocrinology (Founder Member)
Professor Gordana Prelevic works as a Consultant Endocrinologist at the London Claremont Clinic and the Wellington Hospital in London. She was Senior Lecturer in Reproductive Endocrinology in the Department of Medicine, Royal Free & University College London Medical School from 1996 to 2005. With more than three decades of experience, her main area of expertise is reproductive endocrinology with special interests in polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS), menopause and osteoporosis.
Prof. Prelevic qualified as M.D. (Belgrade, 1971), M.Sc. in Endocrinology (Belgrade, 1978), Specialist Certificate in Internal Medicine (Belgrade, 1979), D.Sc. (Belgrade, 1985) and FRCP (London, 1995), and holds the Certificate of Expert Witness Accreditation (CUEW) (Cardiff University, 2005). Prior to moving to the UK in 1993, she was Professor of Medicine at the Belgrade University School of Medicine and Head of the Division of Endocrinology at Zvezdara University Medical Centre, Belgrade.
In her research activities, Prof. Prelevic has collaborated with experts based at the University of Warwick, University of Sussex, Imperial College London and University of Lodz in Poland, as well as with a number of departments at the Royal Free Hospital. She has published extensively on PCOS including its pathophysiology, cardiovascular risks, long term complications, effects of exercise on insulin resistance, and clinical management. Her research and publications on menopause include cardiovascular risk factors associated with hormone replacement therapy (HRT), postmenopausal osteoporosis and the potential effects of HRT on cognitive changes. She has also been involved in research on the role of vitamin D in management of osteoporosis, determinants of osteoporosis in men and low bone density in anorexia nervosa and Turner Syndrome. She has presented her research results at numerous international scientific meetings.
Prof. Prelevic also undertakes medico-legal work in relation to her field. She has built up her medico-legal practice over the past 15 years and her current work load is approximately: claimant 87%, defence 10% and joint expert 3%. She takes 15-20 new cases per year and is usually able to produce a draft report within two to four weeks after receiving clear instructions and complete documentation.
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Recommended on 24/11/2015
good for women's health
Recommended on 04/12/2015
Recommended on 08/12/2015
for women's health
Recommended on 26/02/2016
An excellent endocrinologist with a specialist interest in womens health
Recommended on 06/06/2016
Recommended on 17/11/2016
Gordana Prelevic has a wealth of knowledge and experience in matters relating to the menopause and its management, osteoporsis and bone health.
Recommended on 23/11/2016
As a gynaecologist, I have worked with Dr Prelevic for 25 years. She is an extremely conscientious and knowledgeable physician.
Recommended on 23/11/2016
Very thorough and thoughtful doctor who pays attention to details and solves it to perfection