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Sasa Zivkovic, MD, PhD

Researcher
Professor
Department of Neurology
University of Pittsburgh
811 Kaufmann Medical Building
3471 Fifth Avenue
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States
Dr. Zivkovic is a Professor in the School of Medicine, Department of Neurology at University of Pittsburgh. He specializes in the treatment of patients with neuromuscular disorders and participates in the work of the MDA Neuromuscular Clinic and MDA-ALS Multidisciplinary Clinic. 
 
Dr. Zivkovic remains active in clinical research as a member of the North-Eastern ALS Consortium (NEALS), and Inflammatory Neuropathy Consortium (INC). He is a site investigator on a multicenter study treatment of familial amyloid neuropathy with patisiran.
 
Dr. Zivkovic actively participates in the education of medical students at the University of Pittsburgh and teaches in the course Neuroscience and Clinical Neuroscience Clerkship. He has also been teaching neurology and PM&R residents and clinical neurophysiology fellows in EMG lab, outpatient clinics, and inpatient neurology service at UPMC Presbyterian, and has received the award for Excellence in Clinical Teaching in Neurology residency program at UPMC. Dr. Zivkovic was selected by his peers as one of Best Doctors in America. He serves as an editorial advisory board member for World Journal of Hepatology. He also served as an adhoc reviewer for journals Muscle and Nerve, Neurology, Transplantation and Transplantation International.
 
 
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