Dr. Jambrosic completed both her Bachelor's degree and Master's degree in physiology at the University of Toronto. After graduating from the University of Toronto medical school, she went on to complete her residency in pathology, followed by a two-year research fellowship at the Wistar Institute in Philadelphia where she studied the biology of melanoma and trained with the world renowned pathologist Dr. Wallace Clark. Upon her return, she accepted a faculty position at Women's College Hospital in the department of pathology. She subsequently went on to complete her second residency in dermatology marrying her two favourite fields in medicine.
Dr. Jambrosic had a successful practice in Brampton for over 10 years before she moved her practice to Kingsway dermatology. Dr. Jambrosic is an associate professor at University of Toronto and has a faculty appointment at Women's College Hospital where she has a clinic specifically dedicated to pigmented lesions and melanoma. She dedicates a large part of her time to teaching both medical students and residents.
Dr. Jambrosic is fellow of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada, a certified member of the American board of Dermatology, a member of the Canadian Dermatology Association and a member of the American Association of Dermatology.
Dr. Jambrosic is a dedicated physician who takes the time to listen to her patient's concerns and spends time to explain the diagnosis and treatment plan.