Dr. Papanikolopoulos Christodoulos
Doctor Papanikopoulos Christodoulos was born and raised in Nicosia, Cyprus. After completing his military service, he enrolled at the Medical School of the University of Thessaloniki, from which he graduated in 1991 with the grade of 'Very Good'. After being trained in General Surgery, he was appointed to the Athens General Hospital, where he gained particular expertise in Gynecological Surgery as well as in the Cervical Pathology - Colposcopy. He remained in the hospital until 1995. In 1996 he participated in the work of the Gynaecological Clinic of Lewisham Hospital in London. He was then appointed to the University Clinic of Alexandra Hospital for continuing his education in Obstetrics Gynecology. In 1998 he completed the specialty of Obstetrics and Gynecology and since then he is a Fellow of Iaso and Mitera.
Dr. Koufomichael Vasileios
He worked in Great Britain's NHS Burnley Hospital for six months. He was trained in endoscopic surgical laparoscopy - hysteroscopy by Professor Adam Magos in London's Royal Free Hospital. In the field of ourogynecology, he was trained in Liege, Belgium by Professor De Leval, in Lyon, France by Professor Mellier, in Clermont Ferrand, France by Professor Zackthan. He also has a particular interest in assisted reproduction and a special knowledge in the investigation of infertility and all IVF techniques, as he holds a master's degree of the University of Athens in Reproductive and Regenerative Medicine - MASTER IN REPRODUCTIVE MEDICINE. He created and organized the Yrodynamic Study and Rehabilitation of Pelvic Floor Disorders section in IASO, of which he is responsible until today. He is a member of the Endoscopic Group of IASO, one of the most modern and organized surgical endoscopy departments operating in Europe and he performs laparoscopic and hysteroscopic surgeries on a daily basis.
Dr. Pachydakis Anastasios
Pachydakis Anastasios was born in Athens in 1973. He studied at Varvakeio Model School and in 1990 he started studying in the Medical School of the University of Athens, after his first attempt at the National Exams. Once competed the mandatory rural service at the area of Istiaia in Evia, as well as the military service and his specialization year in General Surgery, he went to Great Britain to specialize in Gynecology and Obstetrics. He returned to Greece in October 2009 after completing the basic and special training in Obstetrics, Infertility and Assisted Reproduction and Laparoscopic Surgery and worked as a trainee (SHO), Consultant B' (Specialist Registrar) and Consultant A' (Senior Registrar & Locum Consultant) in major hospitals of London such as St George's hospital, the King's College hospital and the Homerton University hospital for more than eight years.