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    Boston Children's HospitalAnesthesiology, Perioperative & Pain Medicine300 Longwood AvenueBader, 3rd FloorBoston, Massachusetts 02115
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Dusica Bajic MD

Dusica Bajic, MD, PhD

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Assistant in Perioperative AnesthesiaAssistant Professor of Anaesthesia, Harvard Medical School
Primary Office Location: Boston Children's HospitalAnesthesiology, Perioperative & Pain Medicine300 Longwood AvenueBader, 3rd FloorBoston, Massachusetts 02115

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  • Medical Services

    Departments/Divisions

    Anesthesiology Perioperative and Pain Medicine

    Services/Programs

    Division of Perioperative Anesthesia

  • Specialties

    Pediatric Anesthesia

  • Education

    Graduate School, Pharmacology

    University of Illinois at Chicago, 1995-2000

    Chicago, Illinois

    Medical School

    University of Belgrade School of Medicine, November 11, 1994

    Belgrade, Serbia

    Residency, Anesthesia

    Yale New Haven Hospital, 2004-2007

    New Haven, Connecticut

    Fellowship, Pediatric Anesthesia

    Boston Children’s Hospital, 2007/08

    Boston , Massachusetts

  • Certifications

    Pediatric Anesthesia

  • Research

    Research Focus Area
    Long-term effect of prolonged opioid treatment in developing brain

    Research Overview
    Recipient of NIH Mentored Clinical Scientist Development Award (K08): 2013-2018 Project Title: Immediate and Delayed Effects of Morphine on Brain Circuits: Animal - Human Correlation Opioids are considered standard of care and used for management of acute pain, as well as for sedation of children of all ages. Our understanding of sequelae associated with prolonged opioid treatment on developing brain are limited. The is unique aspect of this project is in its translational effort to define the impact of prolonged morphine exposure in the rats of different ages using neuroimaging, behavioral, and immunohistochemical techniques (AIM 1), as well as in children of different ages using neuroimaging (AIM 2). Functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) in both rats and children will allow a translational systems level investigation of prolonged morphine administration and its long-term effects.

    • Departments/Divisions
    • Anesthesiology Perioperative and Pain Medicine
    • Services/Programs
    • Division of Perioperative Anesthesia
  • Pediatric Anesthesia

  • Graduate School, Pharmacology

    University of Illinois at Chicago, 1995-2000

    Chicago, Illinois

    Medical School

    University of Belgrade School of Medicine, November 11, 1994

    Belgrade, Serbia

    Residency, Anesthesia

    Yale New Haven Hospital, 2004-2007

    New Haven, Connecticut

    Fellowship, Pediatric Anesthesia

    Boston Children’s Hospital, 2007/08

    Boston , Massachusetts

  • Pediatric Anesthesia

  • Research Focus Area
    Long-term effect of prolonged opioid treatment in developing brain

    Research Overview
    Recipient of NIH Mentored Clinical Scientist Development Award (K08): 2013-2018 Project Title: Immediate and Delayed Effects of Morphine on Brain Circuits: Animal - Human Correlation Opioids are considered standard of care and used for management of acute pain, as well as for sedation of children of all ages. Our understanding of sequelae associated with prolonged opioid treatment on developing brain are limited. The is unique aspect of this project is in its translational effort to define the impact of prolonged morphine exposure in the rats of different ages using neuroimaging, behavioral, and immunohistochemical techniques (AIM 1), as well as in children of different ages using neuroimaging (AIM 2). Functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) in both rats and children will allow a translational systems level investigation of prolonged morphine administration and its long-term effects.

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