MD, PhD, FEBU
The surgeon urologist Dr. Athanasios Zachariou was born on December 08, 1965 in Volos. He graduated with honors from the Medical School of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. Since 2016 he has been working as a Research Fellow Urologist in the Urology Department of Medical School of Ioannina University. He has been also working as a certified Urologist in his private office, in Volos, for almost 20 years.
He holds a Master’s degree in “Management of Health Units” (Open University of Cyprus, 2014) and a PhD degree from Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (2004), specialized on neurourology and the functional urology of the lower urinary tract.
He is Fellow of the European Board of Urology (FEBU) since 1998. He is member of EAU Section of Urologists in Office (ESUO), ex-officio member of EAU Section of Female and Functional Urology (ESFFU) and an affilliate member of European Section of Andrological Urology (ESAU) of EAU.
He has been working in the Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Center “Kentavros”, since 2004, supervising the department of Andrology -Infertility and Couple Sexual Function.
He has presented more than eighty (80) research papers in National Urology Conferences and over sixty(60) research papers in European and International Conferences. He has been invited as a speaker in twenty (20) National conferences and has been awarded for his research work one time in the National Andrology Conference (2017) and four times in European Urology Conferences (10th Athens Congress on Women Health, 19th Congress ESSM 2017, ESAU Meeting 2017, ESAU Meeting 2018). He has published eighteen (18) articles in international scientific journals (PubMed), thirty-three (33) manuscripts in National urology scientific journals and one (1) book specialized on urinary incontinence. He is also a reviewer in three (3) international scientific journals.
He is a General Secretary of the coordinating committee at the Department of Andrology and Infertility of the Hellenic Urological Association. His research and clinical activity focuses on female and couple sexual function, pathophysiology of lower urinary tract system, male infertility and erectile dysfunction.