Spyros Michaleas holds a Bachelor’s Degree (BA) in History, Master’s Degree (MA) in Modern Greek History with GPA 9.95/10 (summa cum laude) and a PhD in Modern Greek History from the Department of History and Archeology, University of Ioannina, Greece. He is currently a PhD Candidate in History of Medicine at the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens. He has given lectures on History of Medicine in Greek Universities (undergraduate and postgraduate courses). His studies have been published in numerous scientific journals and edited books, such as “The Encyclopedia of Ancient History”. He has been a scientific collaborator in the Wiley-Blackwell publications (Oxford) and the literary editor of the book «Revolutionary Action and Secret Societies in Modern Europe» (in Greek). His research has been presented at numerous conferences, workshops and summer schools. He has participated in the organization of scientific conferences, seminars and educational programs in Greece and abroad. He has been honored with the «Spyros Doxiadis for the Adolescent» Award for his research in history of medicine. His research interests in history and history of medicine include health management structures, the study of urban and rural settlement, as well as the disease spectrum in Greek refugees during the Interwar Period in Central Macedonia, for which he has digitized and is processing an electronic database of 200,000 refugees.
Research associate, Department of History of Medicine and Medical Deontology, University of Crete