Our vision is to have screening covering all cancers, available to everyone, everywhere.

Our Advisors

Dr Milena Papic-Obradovic (MD, Gynaecology)

Dr Milena brings expert Gynaecological and cervical cancer knowledge to the TT Advisory Board. A Master diploma in Gynaecology obtained in 1998 followed by a PhD diploma obtained at The University of Belgrade Medical School in 2000. Since 1996 Dr Milena has been employed at the Obstetrics and Gynaecology Clinics “Narodni Front” and as of 2014, the Head of Department of scientific investigation and education there. Since 2011, Dr Milena has held the post of Assistant Research Professor of Obstetrics and Gynaecology Department at University of Belgrade Medical School. Co-author of: Basics of Nanomedicine (2009) and Early detection of cancer (2012).

Mr Kalil Razvi

Khalil’s main responsibility is to offer advice and guidance from outside the company. As a highly qualified surgeon, his eminence in the field of gynaecological cancer diagnostics is complemented by his background in innovation in medicine, having acted as co-inventor for two patents in the field. Khalil has undertaken active research with over 30 peer-reviewed publications and over 50 Conference publications. He also holds many leadership roles in the NHS including Clinical Director for the Obs & Gynae department and Director for Women & Children, the lead Colposcopist in Southend Hospital, and leads the Gynaecological Oncology service for South Essex.

Roland Schlesinger

Roland leads the Academic Research Network (ARN) and is the Medical Director of the International Interdisciplinary Research Center (IIRC) at the Sigmund Freud University in Vienna. He is Member of the Board of Directors at the European Society for Quality in Healthcare – Vienna Office (ESQH) and Chairman of the international Research Program “The-Register”.  He studied medicine at the University of Vienna, Paris, Moscow, management at the Vienna University of Economic and Business, and Public Health at BMU

His career includes working for the UN/WHO in Asia, East and Southeast Europe, Deputy Director of the ICTP for education and knowledge transfer in healthcare, and a member of the High Level Planning Group of the Health Policy Unit. After retiring from the UN System and the Ludwig Boltzmann Institute for Health Technology Assessment (HTA) in Vienna, he worked as deputy director of the Karl Landsteiner Institute for Quality Management and Patient Safety.

Mr Grant Williamson

Grant previously owned and managed Dundec Group, an amalgam of construction related companies. He was also president of the British Parking Association. Grant has great experience of working with international companies, raising capital and dealing with corporate matters. He brings his specialist knowledge to Tumour Trace and will assist the Board in commercial discussions.

David Browning

David applies more than thirty years of healthcare experience to MediCity, harnessing entrepreneurship to meet healthcare challenges by creating the optimal environment and personalised support for innovators. He trained as a Biomedical Scientist within the UK National Health Service, and developed clinical diagnostics within Amersham International and J&J. Start-ups include nanotechnologists Oxonica Healthcare and Philips personalized medicine ventures. He has coached many companies through the UK Government’s Growth Accelerator programme. Advocating pro-active approaches to empower people to take responsibility for health and wellbeing, David promotes healthy lifestyles through sport as a race referee and age-group Cross Triathlete representing Great Britain.

Professor Adenike Grange

Professor Adenike Grange studied Medicine at University of St Andrews and is the author of over 50 scientific papers. She has acted as a consultant to the Federal Ministry of Health, WHO, UNICEF, UNFPA and USAID and was WHO Adviser on the Reproductive Health Programme in Nigeria (1993-1999). She has served as President of the International Paediatric Association recognised as a strong voice in the fight to improve the health of children. In 2007, Adenike Grange was appointed the Minister of Health of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, the first female Minister of Health.

Professor Lidija Matija

At the University of Belgrade Professor teaches Nanotechnology, Nano-medical engineering, an Introduction to nano-systems and Fractal mechanics. Acknowledged as an inventor in nanotechnology, she was awarded the Nikola Tesla Gold Medal. She works as an independent evaluator for the EC, having spent two years as Seconded National Expert working as Project Officer in the General Directorate for Science and Innovation in Brussels. She served as Chair for the Physics Panel for 5 years and currently she is Vice-Chair for Physics Panel.Co-inventor of a biomedical device for measurement of the bio-impendence property of human skin and early detection of skin cancer and melanoma she is also author of one book and co-author of two more books (all printed in Serbian language). Professor has published more than 50 scientific papers, 15 in journals with IF (Impact Factor), three chapters in books and has two US Patents.

Prof Dr. Zoran Krivokapić, FRCS, FACS, Hon FASCRS

Professor Zoran is the founder of modern coloproctological medicine and surgery in Serbia since 1993 Professor has been the Head of the Coloproctology Department at the First Surgical Clinic in Belgrade. During his surgical career he operated on more than 3500 patients diagnosed with colorectal carcinoma. He has carried out 150 sphincter reconstructions and more than 120 ‘J’ pouch reconstructions. Professor initiated 46 new surgical and diagnostic procedures in the field of coloproctological medicine. He is a Founder and the Director of the Society of Coloproctology of Yugoslavia (SCPY) and member of over 20 foreign and domestic Associations and was President of European Society of Coloproctology (ESCP) and is a Director of International Advisory Affairs – International Society of University Colon and Rectum Surgeons (ISUCRS).

Jadran Bandić

Since 2013 Dr Bandic has been Director of ORS Plastic Surgery in Belgrade and from 1998 – 2013 he was Director of the ORS Hospital in Belgrade. His specialist research interests are in early melanoma detection and Teledermoscopy. Over the course of his career to date, Dr Bandic has conducted over 27,000 plastic surgeries, a total of 40,370 Dermoscopy examinations of lesions and given his expert opinion on 10,223 Teledermoscopy cases.  He is First President of Serbian Dermoscopy Association a Board Member of the International Dermoscopy Society (2004-present). He was first president of the Balkan Dermoscopy Association (2011-2013) and President of 20 Dermoscopy Seminars in Serbia (2001-2014). Since 1995 he has been a visiting Consultant at Wexham Park Hospital, Slough. He is the Editorial Board Member for the Journal of Procedural Dermatology and a Member of SRBPRAS and BAPRAS.

Djurica Grga, PhD

Djurica is Professor at the School of Dental Medicine of the University of Belgrade – Department of Restorative Odontology and Endodontics.  With a PhD from the School of Dental Meficine University of Belgrade his specialist areas of study include Endodontics; Restorative Dentistry; Dental Anthropology and Dental Education. He is a member of the Serbian Medical Society (SLD); European Society for Endodontology (ESE) and Balkan Stomatological Society (BaSS). He is co-author of two textbooks for undergraduate and graduate studies and one scientific monograph. Author of an undergraduate studies guide and 22 published papers in domestic and international journals. Presented 44 papers at domestic and international conferences.