Dr. Kyriazis Marios

Dr. Kyriazis Marios

Biological Gerontologist

British Longevity Society
POB, Luton, United Kingdom

plus Speciality

AGING

Biography:

Qualification

1. Medical Degree 1982 (University of Rome)
2. Bachelor of Arts 1987
3. Master of Science (Gerontology) King's College London 1990
4. Diploma in Geriatric Medicine (Royal College of Physicians of London) 1990.

Registration

1. General Medical Council 3268157
2. Medical & Dental Defence Union M115843
3. Joint Committee on Postgraduate Training for General Practice 00121
4. Performer’s List, Westminster  Primary Care Trust

Experience

1. 1982-1983: Medical Training in several USA hospitals (New York, Mayo Clinic etc)
2. 1983-1990: A variety of hospital posts (UK) including general medicine, oncology, geriatric medicine, accident and emergency, and cardiology research
3. 1991- 2003: Medico-Legal expert
4. 1991- present: Biogerontologist and Anti-ageing Physician in private practice
5. 1991 - present: Primary Care work in the NHS
6. 1995 – 2007:  Medical Member, The Tribunals Service, Ministry of Justice
7. 2005 (on going): Participating in the training of medical students and nurses Accident & Emergency work

Academic positions:

Associate Researcher ECCO group, University of Brussels

Research interests:

Ageing, Longevity, Biological gerontology, biomedical aspects of ageing

Any other information:

List of peer-reviewed published papers

1. Mathematics and medicine.Geriatric Med 1990;7:20
2. Dynamical systems in medicine. Sci Med Net 1990;44(12):9-10
3. The elderly people of Cyprus in the 1990s. Discussion Paper, Larnaca Gerontology Centre June 1991
4. Investigation into the effects of N-acetylcysteine on the haemodynamic effects of isosorbidedinitrate
(with J Birkhead). Phapmakeftiki 1991;4:161-164
5. Applications of chaos theory to the molecular biology of aging. ExpGerontol 1991;26:569-572
6. Chaos theory. Br Med J 1992;304(1):186
7. Restriction diets can prolong active life. Geriatric Med 1992;6:61-63
8. Gerontology:catching up with developments. Care Elderly 1993;9:347
9. XV World congress of gerontology. Lifespan 1993;4(2):7-8
10. Role of growth hormone in ageing. Care Elderly 1994;2:56-59
11. Age and reason. Nurs Times 1994;90(18):60-63
12. Freezing for the future. Biologist 1994;41(3):92
13. Free radicals and ageing. Care Elderly 1994;6(7):260-262
14. Developments in the treatment of stroke patients. Nurs Times 1994;90(29):30-32
15. Cognitive changes and brain exercises. Care Elderly 1995;1:37
16. Do genes have birthdays? Biologist 1995;42(1):26-27
17. Ageing argument. Biologist 1995;42(4):149
18. The ageing process. Update 1997;2:220-223
19. Melatonin:dreams of longevity. Ger Med 1997;2:15-16
20. Teach old dogs new tricks. Health Ageing 1997;3:50-52
21. Potential benefits of vitamin K in the elderly. Hell Med J 1998;2(1):29-30
22. Stress is not all bad. Health Ageing 1998;6:30
23. The role of hormones in extending lifespan. Proc Hell Biomed Conf. December 1998 New York
24. Parkinson’s disease. Prescriber 1999;1-3:111-112
25. Renewd search for the elixir of life. Health Ageing 1999;4:48-50

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