Entries by endoclinic

Professor of NKUA, George Chrousos, received the Andrea Prader Prize 2023

The European Society of Paediatric Endocrinology (ΕSPE –https://www.eurospe.org/) awarded the Andrea Prader Prize 2023 to Professor of the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens (NKUA) George Chrousos. ESPE announced the award during its 61st Annual Meeting, which took place in The Hague, Netherlands, from 21 to 23 September 2023 (https://www.eurospe.org/events-espe/espe-2023-annual-meeting/). The Andrea Prader Prize is the […]

The “Congenital” Scientist

Honored by both the Endocrine Society and the European Society of Endocrinology with the 2023 Transatlantic Alliance Award, George Chrousos, MD, ScD, has made significant contributions to endocrine research on both sides of the Atlantic! Endocrine News speaks with Chrousos about what this award means to him, conducting pioneering research on two different continents, the importance of […]

George P. Chrousos delivers the Honorary 2022 Gemzell Lecture at the University of Uppsala, Sweden, for Major Contributions to Reproductive Science, Obstetrics and Gynecology

On 22 September 2022, Professor Emeritus of Pediatrics and Endocrinology of the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens George P. Chrousos delivered the honorary “2022 Carl Gemzell  Lecture”, at Uppsala University, Uppsala, Sweden. Professor Chrousos was appointed as Carl Gemzell lecturer for his for major contributions to Reproductive Science, Obstetrics and Gynecology. His lecture was entitled  “The Roles of Genetics […]

Greek – Chinese Symposium: Science in the time of COVID-19

Natural disasters and diseases have always been an integral part of human history. The instinct for survival was the ever-present trigger for researches and discoveries, as humans were forced to deal with Nature’s phenomena. The proportional relationship between human comprehension and natural phenomena, led to the development and advancement of Science and Technology. As Science […]

Biomedical research: lessons from the last decade’s crisis and austerity-stricken small countries for the current COVID-19-related crisis

The 2007–2008 economic crash has had long-lasting effects on Greece’s biomedical research landscape. It has exposed a gap in support for countries that are classified as high income but are living under austerity measures. A new model is needed for optimal utilization of the intellectual and natural resources that such countries can offer to improve […]


Pediatrician Kiriaki Chatzistavrou is a graduate of the Department of Medicine of the University of Patras, after six years of studying. She did her obligatory rural service  at the Primary Healthcare Center of Livanates.  She was specialized at the Neonatology Clinic of the University of Athens at Aretaieio Hospital and Basic Pediatrics at the “Tzaneio” […]