Oncologist Surgeon, Director of the 4th Surgery Clinic at the Inter-Balkan Center of Thessaloniki,
Athens-Maroussi Medical Center, European School of Peritoneal Surface Oncology (ESPSO)
Mr. Spiliotis Giannis studied Medicine at the University of Patras and there he completed his doctoral dissertation.
He received his training in America, France and Germany.
He has been a visiting professor at the following universities: Montpellier in 2002, Heidelberg in 2003, Washington in 2005 and Paris in 2008. In May 2016 he was elected visiting professor at the University of TOR VERGATA in Rome and in November 2016 in Washington DC. the title of mentor of the European Peritoneal Program Carcinoma.
He has a rich research, scientific and writing work. He has published his work in 170 foreign languages, English, French, Danish, Portuguese and 150 Greek publications. He is the author of nine (9) books, six (6) in Greek, two (2) in English and one (1) in French.
He has served on UN and World Health Organization (WHO) missions in Somalia in 1992 for 2 months and in Rwanda in 1994 for 4 months.
In September 2000, he was selected as the Medical Director by the European Union and the United Nations to organize the European Hospital in Gaza, Palestine, from where he left in 2003.
He visited Iraq, Iran as a Medical Observer and participates as a Medical Inspector in the operation of the Babylon Hospital (IRAQ).
From 2009 to September 2017 he was the Coordinating Director at the First Surgery Department of the METAXA Special Cancer Hospital in Piraeus.
From 2013 to 2017 he was the Director of the Medical Service at the same hospital.
Since September 2016 he is a member of the Health Board for the health reconstruction of the countries of the Middle East.
Since September 2017 he is the Director of Clinical Treatment of Peritoneal Malignancy & Surgical Oncology at the Inter-Balkan Medical Center of Thessaloniki and the Athens-Maroussi Medical Center, European School of Peritoneal Surface Oncology (ESPSO)
He is also divorced and the father of three boys, Aeneas (law graduate), Jason (medical student) and Alexander (medical student).
He has been living in Thessaloniki for a year and divides his time every week of the month in Athens and Brussels.
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