Marios Charalambous

Marios Charalambous graduated from the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece) in 2010. After completing his small animal rotating internship at Queen's Veterinary School Hospital at the University of Cambridge (UK), he worked in general and emergency private practice in UK and also completed a Master of Science (MSc) in Advanced Neuroimaging at the University College London (UCL) Institute of Neurology (UK) with primary research project the use of fMRI/EEG for detecting the epileptogenic zone in humans eligible for epilepsy surgery.

Marios Charalambous worked and completed his initial training in Neurology at Cornell University (USA) before joining Ghent University (Belgium) in September 2016. Marios Charalambous has a strong academic background and significant research interest as well as several high-impact publications in the field of epilepsy treatment.

He participated in multiple training programs and courses hold by Universities within the UK and USA, including UCDavis, Iowa State University and Royal Veterinary College (UK), all with strong neurology service. He has also achieved the ESVPS post-graduate Certificate in Neurology after attending courses, writing thesis and passing exams. He was recognized as a Chartered Scientist by the Science Council (UK) and as a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (FHEA) after completing relevant courses  at the Royal Veterinary College (UK).

He has been a reviewer for epilepsy papers in high-impact veterinary journals such as Journal of Veterinary Internal Medicine and BMC Veterinary Research. He is currently the representative of the European Society of Veterinary Neurology (ESVN) and leads ambitious research projects on epilepsy within Ghent University and in collaboration with other American and European institutions.

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