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■ Constantin R Soldatos, M.D.


Professor C.R.Soldatos graduated from the Athens University Medical School, where he had subsequently his specialty training in Neurology and Psychiatry. He also trained for one year in Clinical EEG at the University of Manitoba Medical School, Winnipeg, Canada. For the last 40 years, he has served as faculty member in the Departments of Psychiatry of the University of Athens, Pennsylvania State University and New York Medical College. During his academic carrier, he became Associate Director of the Sleep Research and Treatment Center at Pennsylvania State University, Director of the Sleep Research Unit and Sleep Disorders Center at Athens University, Chairman of the 2nd Department of Psychiatry (Attikon Hospital) as well as the 1st Department of Psychiatry (Eginition Hospital) at the University of Athens. He is currently Director of the Mental Health Care Unit at the Evgenidion Hospital of the University of Athens and Head of the Center for Biopsychosocial Research Education and Theurapeutic Applications in Athens, Greece. He has also served as Chairman of the Committee for Mental Health of the Central Health Council of Greece and Member of many other Committees of national and international Organizations. He was President of the International Neuropsychiatric Association (2006-2008) and of seven other scientific societies based either in Greece or abroad. In addition, he is the Co Chair of the WPA Section on Sleep Wakefulness Disorders and he has served four major committees of WPA and another four of the WFSBP. He has been actively involved in the organization of more than 130 national or international congresses and he has published 35 scientific books (8 in English) and 360 journal articles or book chapters. His ISI journal articles (N=204, in April 2010) have received more than 5000 citations, while his h-index is 39 and his m-factor is 83. Most of his research work pertains to Sleep Pathology and Pharmacology, particularly to the study of insomnia and its relationship to psychopathology. In recognition of his scientific contributions, he has received a number of distinctions from various scientific institutions; most notably, he is Doctor Honoris Causa of the Patras University and Honorary Member of the World Psychiatric Association, the Polish Psychiatric Association and the Mexican Neuropsychiatric Association.

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