Stavros J Baloyannis
Cognitive disorders; Alzheimer’s disease; Parkinson’s disease; Electron microscopy; Golgi apparatus; Mitochondria; Synapses; Neuropathology; Neurophilosophy; History of Neurology; Brain and music; Brain and linguistics
Stavros J Baloyannis, Professor Emeritus of Neurology at Aristotelian University, Thessaloniki, Greece, born in Thessaloniki. Graduated from the School of Medicine, Aristotelian University. Training in Neurology at Aristotelian University and Institute of Neurology, London, Neuropathology, Institute of Neurology, London, Catholic University of Louvain, University of Pennsylvania, Neuropathology of Auditory pathway, Harvard University, Electron Microscopy University of Pennsylvania, Neuroimmunology, Yale University. Research on Blood Brain Barrier, Mitochondria in Alzheimer’s disease, Synaptogenesis, Neuronal apoptosis, dendritic and synaptic pathology, Golgi apparatus in dementias. Special interests: Neuroethics, Neurolinguistics, Neurophilosophy, History of Neurosciences, Neurology and the Art. Member of 60 scientific societies. Honorary Member of the Academy of Hellenic Air Forces. President of the Society for the amelioration of the quality of life in chronic neurological diseases. President of the Orthodox Association for medical education and health in Africa. Visiting professor Tufts University, Democritus University, Aristotelian University, School of Theology, School of Philosophy. Author of 28 textbooks and 723 papers on Neurology and Neurosciences. Organized 26 International congresses and participated in 612 world congresses of Neurology, Neuropathology, Psychiatry and Medical Ethics. Author of two books of poems. Head of the department of Neurology (1992-2011) and Director of Research Institute for Alzheimer’s disease.