Andreas Charalambous

Executive Dean / Professor

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Andreas Charalambous is Executive Dean at the University of Nicosia Medical School and Professor of Anatomy.

Prof Charalambous holds a BSc and an MSc from Southern Illinois University at Carbondale, and a PhD in Anatomy/Neuroscience from The Ohio State University. He completed a postdoctoral fellowship at the Dept of Pathology, University of Cincinnati College of Medicine.

His research covers the areas of medical education and environmental/public health.

Full Biography

Selected Publications

Kiliari N, Theodosopoulou E, Papanastasiou E, Charalambous A. (2012) Socioeconomic determinants of non-communicable-diseases among the Cypriot population: questionnaire study. JRSM Short Rep. 2012 Oct;3(10):71. doi: 10.1258/shorts.

Charalambous A (2010) A nationwide survey of the health status of the Cypriot population. Report to Ministry of Health, Cyprus

Charalambous A, Demoliou K, Mendez M, Coye R, Solorzano G, Papanastasiou E. (2009) Screening for lead exposure in children in Belize. Rev Panam Salud Publica. PAHO 25(1):47-50

Charalambous A, Pantelas G, Pouloukas S. (2007). Pre-registration for medical practice programme: a survey of Cypriot trainees (2000, 2002).  Eastern Mediterranean Health Journal – World Health Organization, Vol. 13(1):129-137

Charalambous A, Demoliou C. (2004). Blood Lead Levels in Children of Pre-Primary School Age in Nicosia, Cyprus: Relation to General Hygiene and Dust Exposure.  Archives of Environmental Health 59(9):455-461

Charalambous A, Demoliou C. (2002) Lead Exposure in Children in four districts of Belize. Research Report to the Ministry of Health, Government of Belize.

Xu F, Paquette A, Anderson DJ, Charalambous A, Askew DS (2000). Identification of a cell-specific silencer in the first exon of the His-1 gene. Journal of Cellular Biochemistry 76:615-624

Moore RM, Charalambous AC, Masty J (1996).  Alterations in colonic arterial and venous plasma neuropeptide concentrations during low-flow ischemia and reperfusion.  American Journal of Veterinary Research, 1996 Aug: 57 (8) 1200-5.


Mailing Address

Office 102, 1st floor

University of Nicosia Medical School
21 Ilia Papakyriakou, 2414 Engomi
P.O.Box 24005, CY-1700, Nicosia, Cyprus

Contact

Phone: +357 22 471955

Email: charalambous.a@unic.ac.cy