University of Nicosia Medical School.
I'm Year 1 Academic Lead and Chief Examiner for the MD programme at the University of Nicosia. I'm also the Course Lead in Physics in Medicine teaching the physics of the human body and the physics of medical imaging. I'm an RPA in Diagnostic and Interventional Radiology, licensed by the National Radiation Protection Authority of the Republic of Cyprus.
I'm currently working with ultrasounds, and more specifically, the use of ultrasounds as a learning tool for medical education.
Being able to interact with the new generation of doctors, and demonstrate the importance of Medical Physics. This is the most satisfying thing for me.
Thrilling, fascinating, sensational.
My wife and daughter.
A Russian dwarf hamster named Jojo.
Reading, listening to music and fossil hunting!
No one else but me! I am so happy with who I am and what I have in my life, so why should I want to change it to become someone else? We were all put into this Earth to make our own story and this is what I will try to do.
All Hope is Gone by Slipknot. It fits the location and above all, I do not do normal!
Coming from Cyprus, there is only one answer: souvla! It is made of large pieces of meat (lamb or pork), slow cooked on a long skewer over a charcoal barbeque.
A palaeontologist. I was so interested (and still am) in fossils and extinct organisms that I wanted to study them.
I joined the army when I was 17, and rose to the rank of second lieutenant in the tank brigades.
1984 by George Orwell. It is such an interesting book to read considering it was written in 1949, and has predicted so many things from our modern day lives.
That would be the photo that my wife gave me when we first started dating in 1998. She was my high school sweetheart, and anything she gives me from the heart is a prized possession.
Going to work is statistically three times more dangerous than war!
Being alone in the woods, living off the land with no TV, no cell phones no computers, no electricity! Just me, my family and nature!
“The difference between stupidity and genius is that genius has its limits”.
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