Dr. Miroslav Novoselski graduated in medicine at the Medical University - Sofia in 2013 with honors. During his studies, Dr. Novoselski took part in a number of additional courses such as Physics, Biophysics, Nuclear Medicine, Neurophysiology and others. He further developed his scientific interests, taking an active part in a team of specialists at the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences - Institute of Neurobiology. Participates in two international exchanges in the Czech Republic and Hungary.
Since 2013 he has been working in a Radiation Clinic at the Queen Joanna-ISUL Hospital EAD as a resident doctor. At the beginning of 2015 he started specialization in the same specialty at the Medical University - Sofia. In 2016 he joined as an assistant at the Department of Imaging, Nuclear Medicine, Radiation Therapy and Medical Oncology at the Medical University of Sofia and began his teaching career. In 2019 he completed a specialization in Radiation Therapy.
Dr. Miroslav Novoselski's scientific and professional interests are in the field of whole body irradiation, oncological diseases in the pelvis (tumors of the cervix, tumors of the uterus, prostate cancer, colon cancer), radiation of ophthalmopathy (TA). ) for Graves / Bazed disease. Scientific-teaching activity. One of his main goals is in his consultations to adhere to good medical practice and follow modern standards of treatment.
Fluent in English.
Consultations for: - the overall activity in radiotherapy - types, equipment, path of the patient. - advantages of preoperative and combined radiation-chemotherapy - the possibilities of PET-CT for staging, radiotherapy planning and follow-up of patients.