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Stylianos A. Kakoullis
Associate Professor, Internal/ Pulmonary and Intensive Care Medicine
Academic Qualifications
Qualification Year Awarding Institution Department
Doctor of Medicine, English Program  Sep 1989–Sep 1995 University Medical School of Pécs, Pécs, Hungary
Clinical Fellow, Pulmonary Medicine, Jul 2002–Jun 2004 Columbia University New York, NY, USA Presbyterian Medical Center,
Clinical Fellow, Critical Care Medicine, Jul 2000–Jun 2002 University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, Pittsburgh, PA, USA
Resident, Internal Medicine, Intern, Internal Medicine, Jul 1997–Jun 1998 Jul 1998–Jun 2000 St. Vincent’s Medical Center, Bridgeport, CT, USA
Employment History
Period of employment Employer Location Position
From To
2021 present European University Cyprus Cyprus Associate Professor
Jan 2008– Sep 2019 Private Hospital, Nicosia, Cyprus §  A high volume private pulmonary practice established for more than a decade. Expanded from a solo office to a partnership of 3 physicians, all currently shareholders of the Apollonion Private Hospital. Cyprus Consultant (Pulmonary, Critical Care and Sleep Medicine),
Jan 2008– Sep 2019 Apollonion Private Hospital, Nicosia, Cyprus Director, Intensive Therapy Unit,
Year Title Other authors Journal and Publisher / Conference Vol.
April 2020, Viremic Hepatitis B Donors: A Case Of Why It’s Time to Further Expand the Donor Pool for Thoracic Transplant. Eichenberger EM, Vece GR, Kakoullis S, Steinbrink JM, Reynolds JM, Wolfe CR, 40th annual meeting and scientific sessions of the International Society for Heart and Lung Transplantation, Montreal, QB, Canada.
Viremic Hepatitis C (HCV) Donors A Viable Option for Lung Transplant Recipients Treated with Real World Delayed Therapy. poly (ADP-ribose) polymerase (PARP). Critical Care Medicine, Kakoullis S, Eichenberger E, Steinbrink J, Maziarz E, Ali H, Berry H, Haney J, Reynolds J, Wolfe C, Oral Presentation, June 2020, American Transplant Congress, Philadelphia, PA, USA.
(2002). Incubation of Hep3B cells with TNF, IL-2 and INF-γ causes a reversible decrease in O2 consumption (VO2) but pharmacological rescue is possible with agents that scavenge peroxynitrite (ONOO- or inhibit Kakoullis S., Delude R. L., Fink MP. Poster presentation at the 32nd Society of Critical Care Medicine Congress, San Antonio, TX, USA. 30(12), A52.
(2002). Delayed treatment with ethyl pyruvate (EP) ameliorates impaired hepatic oxygen consumption in mice challenged with lipopolysaccharide. Critical Care Medicine, Kakoullis S., Tawadrous ZS., Delude RL., Fink MP. Oral Presentation at the 32nd Society of Critical Care Medicine Congress, San Antonio, TX, USA 30(12), A10.
Research Projects
Date Title Funded by
Sep 2019-Present Outcomes and monitoring lung transplant recipients with NAT+ HCV infected donors and treating with real world delayed therapy, a single center experience. Duke University Medical Center, Durham, NC. Led by Dr. J. Reynolds and C. Wolfe.
Sep 2016– Dec 2019 Ethicus II study: Multi-center international study describing the end of life care practices in patients admitted in ICUs all around Europe depicting the regional and cultural differences. Hadassah Hebrew University Medical Centre, Jerusalem, Israel. (Hospital Investigator). Led by prof. C. Sprung
Jul 2001–Jun 2002 Mechanisms of cytokines on cellular oxygen consumption in vitro and in vivo models and mechanisms of mitochondrial dysfunction in sepsis. University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, Pittsburgh, PA, USA. Led by prof. M. Fink.
Aug 1994–Aug 1995 Outcomes in the ICU using various scoring systems. University Medical School of Pécs, Pécs, Hungary. Led by prof. B. Lajos
Academic Consulting Services/Councils/Boards/Editorial Committees
Period Organization Title of Position or Service
Feb 2016-Sep 2019 Cyprus Medical Council Chairman
Feb 2016-Sep 2019 Cyprus Medical Council Board Member
Nov 2017–Present Medical School, Advisory Board Member
Awards/International Recognition
Date Title
2018 Grant, Cyprus Respiratory Society (Organizing the first ERS spirometry training course in Cyprus)
2000 Humanitarian Award, Department of Medicine, St. Vincent’s Medical Center
1999 St. Louise de Marillac Award, Department of Medicine, St. Vincent’s Medical Center
Other Achievements