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Adamos Hadjipanayis
Associate Professor, Pediatrics
The School of Medicine
Department of Medicine
Academic Qualifications
Qualification Year Awarding Institution Department Thesis title (Optional Entry)
PhD.  Thesis 1999 Subject:  “Epilepsy in Children with Cerebral Palsy”.
September 1982 - October 1988 Medical School University of Athens
Employment History
Period of employment Employer
From To
November 1996 – Date Larnaca General Hospital, Pediatric Section
May 1994 – October 1996 Paralimni Hospital
January 1994 – April 1994 Private Practice
Research Projects
Date Title Funded by Project Role*
January to March 2013 Paediatrician’s practices and perspectives concerning Urinary Tract Infections (UTIs) in children 1 to 36 months of age This research was carried out by European Academy of paediatrics Research in ambulatory Settings (EAPRASnet). Project leader
May, 2012 -  November, 2013 Pneumococcal carriage in Cyprus in children aged 6-36 months The project is funded by GSK and takes place in cooperation with the following institutions: 2nd Department of Paediatrics, Athens University, Children’s General Hospital of Athens “Panayiotis & Aglaia Kyriakou” Athens Coordinator and scientific advisor.
November 2012 Demonstration Of A Study To Coordinate And Perform Human Biomonitoring On A European Scale “DEMOCOPHES” The DEMOCOPHES pilot study will look at biomarkers for mercury, cadmium, phthalates as well as environmental tobacco smoke in human hair and urine. The project will collect samples and data from 120 mother-child pairs in each participating country. The project is funded by Life
Academic Consulting Services/Councils/Boards/Editorial Committees
Awards/International Recognition
Date Title
May 1998 Greek Neurology Company prize for best publication in International Medical Journal in Epilepsy:
October 1997 Fulbright Scholarship for professional training in Pediatric Neurology.  U.S.A.
1998 Award for best work at the Annual Panhellenic Medical Conference for the work: “Tracing and standardization of Ricketsias in Cyprus using the PCR-RFLP technique”.
September 1993 Funding from the Greek Ministry of Health to undertake a study for the subject:  “Epilepsy in Children with Cerebral Palsy”
Other Achievements