Miroslav Radojkovic graduated from the University of Belgrade Faculty of Medicine, in Serbia (former Yugoslavia) in 1974, where he continued to work as a Lecturer in Anatomical Pathology until 1982. In the meantime, completed postgraduate studies for a Masters Degree in Oncological Gynaecology-Histopathology and specialist training in Anatomical Pathology. Between 1982 and 1994 he worked as a specialist anatomical pathologist in two military hospitals, including the Military Medical Academy in Belgrade, in which he was a Senior Consultant and the Head of the Histology Laboratory, obtaining his MD degree in 1986, based on the research of breast cancer.
In 1991 he spent two months sabbatical at the AFIP, Washington DC, mainly at the Department of Genitourinary Pathology. So far, Miroslav has had 18 scientific papers published in peer reviewed journals and many more in the former Yugoslavia journals or presented at various meetings.
In 1994 Miroslav emigrated to New Zealand with his wife and two sons, where he worked as a registrar in Anatomical Pathology at the Department of Pathology of the Auckland Hospital for over a year. In 1997 they moved to Australia, where he firstly worked as an assistant lecturer in Anatomical Pathology at the Monash University and registrar in Forensic Pathology. He then moved to Geelong, where for almost two years he worked as a registrar at Geelong Hospital/Pathcare Laboratory.
In 1999 Miroslav and his wife moved to the UK, where he worked as a Consultant Histopathologist for the following 10 years.
In 2009, Miroslav returned to Australia to work for a short time as a Specialist Anatomical Pathologist in Histopath Specialist Pathologists, private Laboratory in Sydney. Since February 2010 he joined Southern.IML Pathology.
His special interests are Urological Pathology, particularly prostate cancer, and Gastrointestinal Pathology.