Konstantinos Tsamis MD, PhD
Dr. Tsamis studied medicine at the University of Thessaloniki, Greece and defended his doctoral thesis in 2011. He then served as neurologist in several Greek hospitals. In May 2021 he joined the University of Ioannina.
His research interests are mainly focused on the structure and function of neuronal circuits, on mechanisms underlying synapses' formation, their disruption in neurological disorders and the effect of different therapeutic agents. He has published numerous scientific papers in reputable scientific journals. His teaching activities include physiology and neurology in pre-graduate medical students and neuroscience in master students. He is also enthusiastically engaged in science outreach events with the team Exploring the Brain.
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