Dr. Dragoslav Gvozdjan
Dr. Dragoslav Gvozdjan is a psychiatrist who graduated from the University of Novi Sad, Serbia, where he initially trained and practiced as an oncologist. Later he was trained in palliative medicine at The Cleveland Clinic and in clinical pharmacology at Georgetown University. His early work in the U.S. was within the different phases of new drug development in oncology, as well as in psychiatry.
Dr. Gvozdjan graduated from Georgetown University’s psychiatry program in Washington D.C. in 2008. Since then, he has been working in the field of psychiatry in both inpatient and outpatient settings. Dr. Gvozdjan has also held the position of assistant professor and director of Geriatric Services at UIC in Peoria. His clinical interests include: anxiety disorders, psychosomatic medicine, medication management, and insight oriented psychotherapy. He has an expertise in clinical pharmacology, geriatrics, and consultation-liaison psychiatry. Dr. Gvozdjan is bilingual and speaks Serbo-Croatian in addition to the English language.