Dr Ioannis Papasotiriou graduated from Medical School in the of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki , Greece in 1997 followed by a Postgraduate Masters training in Molecular Medicine at the University of Westminster of London, and then a second Masters in Molecular Oncology at Nottingham University.
Thereafter he did his PhD in Medical Genetics at the University of Zurich with research performed as Scientific Fellow in the Department of Human Physiology and Medical Biochemistry in Medical School of Thessaloniki and at the Martin Luther University of Halle-Wittenberg in Germany.
Between 2001 and 2004 he established Arzt Genetik Zentrum (a medical genetics centre) in Thessaloniki where he was Director and since May 2004 he has been CEO and Medical Director of RGCC SA – (Research Genetic Cancer Centre SA www.rgcc-genlab.com) in Greece offering Personalised Cancer Testing through the study and testing of Circulating Tumour Cells (CTCs) from the blood of people with cancer.
Through this method RGCC is able to provide precise individualised guidance in the use of medical, nutritional and complementary therapy medicines for treatment of cancer.
Whilst his main interest is cancer genetics with a major focus on chemo-sensitivity testing to improve patient outcomes, his other major research activity lies in the field of cancer drug design and evaluation and in the development of innovative methods for cancer gene and molecular targeted therapies.
Personalised Cancer Testing
Discovering Personalised Cancer Testing and Treatment
Introducing Personalised Cancer Testing and Treatment
- Watch Ioannis' Introducing film
Discovering Personalised Cancer Testing
The learning aims for this course are to provide information about:
- Basic cancer biology and pharmaceutical treatments in current use
- The history and background of Personalised Cancer Testing
- Basic science of Molecular Oncology
- The methodology for detection and analysis of Circulating Tumour cells
- The tests available from RGCC in Personalised Cancer Testing
- What the analysis of CTCs can tell us for Personalised Cancer Treatment and research in progress to evaluate the benefit
- What information we can gain from CTCs about new cancer treatments
- The training opportunities for practitioners using the tests
Doctors, Therapists and People with cancer
Post-graduate scientists and healthcare professionals
The Health and Wellbeing Trust
Training in the Interpretation of Personalised Cancer Testing
- To train doctors and therapists how to interpret Personalised Cancer Test results
- To explain the information provided within test reports
- To guide practitioners in the creation of personalised cancer medicine programmes
Doctors and Therapists using RGCC Personalised Cancer Testing
Postgraduate Cancer Clinicians
Students must have completed the Online Discovery Course ‘Personalised Cancer Testing and Treatment’
One day online training
RGCC Advisor Certificate
International College of Regenerative Health
Masters in Pharmaceutical Technology (On hold during COVID19 lockdown)
Biochemists, Pharmacologists, Molecular Oncologists wishing to become involved in the research and production of new cancer medicines
Level 7 Postgraduate study
Kings College, London
London and Florina, Greece
Arranging RGCC Tests
To receive an RGCC Personalised Cancer Test email: email@example.com to find an Integrative Medicine Doctor in your area
Consultation with Dr Ioannis Papasotiriou, Founder Director of RGCC
To arrange a consultation directly with Dr Ioannis Papasotiriou contact - firstname.lastname@example.org
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