Dr Mastavičiūtė graduated from Vilnius University and specialized in Family Medicine and Geriatric Medicine. She was trained in the England (Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust Queen’s Medical Centre). She has the ambitious goal to develop palliative care locally through research and clinical care. She tries to introduce palliative care education as a mandatory part of geriatric medicine training program.
She is an Assistant Professor at Vilnius University, where she teaches medical and rehabilitation students and residents, doctors of other specialties.
- Assistant Professor Institute of Health Sciences Department of Rehabilitation, Physical and Sports Medicine Faculty of Medicine Vilnius University
- Member of the European Academy for Medicine of Ageing (EAMA)
- Program Director for Post Graduate Four Year Residency, Geriatric Medicine
- Leader of Geriatric Medicine Curriculum
Education / Honors
- Family medicine Residency. Vilnius University. 2005.
- Geriatric Fellowship. Vilnius University. 2015.
- PhD in Geriatric medicine, Vilnius University. 2012.
- Mastavičiūtė A, Kilaitė J, Petroška D, Laurinavičius A, Tamulaitienė M, Alekna V. Associations between physical function, bone density, muscle mass and muscle morphology in older men with sarcopenia: a pilot study // Medicina. Basel : MDPI. ISSN 1010-660X. eISSN 1648-9144. 2021, vol. 57, no. 2, art. no. 156, p. 1-10 (Clarivate Analytics Web of Science).
- Apšega A, Petrauskas L, Alekna V, Daunoravičienė K, Ševčenko V, Mastavičiūtė A, Vitkus D, Tamulaitienė M, Griškevičius J. Wearable sensors technology as a tool for discriminating frailty levels during instrumented gait analysis // Applied sciences: Section applied biosciences and bioengineering. Basel : MDPI. eISSN 2076-3417. 2020, vol. 10, iss. 23, art. no. 8451, p. 1-12 (Clarivate Analytics Web of Science).