Prof. Ioannis Patrikios
Chairman of the School of Medicine
European University Cyprus
Aniva International S.A.
Professor Ioannis S. Patrikios received his PhD in Biochemistry (1994) from the Graduate School and University Center, City University of New York, USA.
He specialized on Immunology and Lipids/Lipidomics and post-doctoral studies specialization in Medical Biochemistry.
In 2000 he was hosted by the Cyprus Institute of Neurology and Genetics. He is the chief scientific investigator of the team that invented and patented the nutraceutical formula PLP10 as a new intervention for multiple sclerosis.
Now he is the chief scientific coordinator of the “MINERAL” phase III clinical trial for PLP10 and of the “DEMENTIA” phase II trial for Parkinson’s disease.
At present is the chairman of the School of Medicine, European University Cyprus, a collaborating visiting Professor at the Cyprus Institute of Neurology and Genetics and member of the Academic Advisory Board & Fellow F.F.M.S. (UK); Academy of Forensic Medical Science.
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