Clinical Medicine I

General Pathology (MD1029) ECTS


What is a disease (causes and mechanisms), defence against disease (the role of epidemiology in disease, the body response to infection, the acute inflammatory response, chronic and gramulomatous inflammation, healing and repair, the immune defence against infection), circulatory disorders (features of circulatory disorders, vascular occlusion and thrombosis, atherosclerosis and hypertension, circulatory failure), cell growth and its disorders (benign grown disorders, malignant neoplasms, what causes cancer, molecular genetics of cancer, the behavior of tumors, the clinical effects of tumors).


Cheva, Aggeliki

Assistant Professor of General Pathology and Pathological Anatomy

Radiology (MD1030) ECTS


Familiarity with the basic technical aspects and image formation in radiology. Knowledge of the principles of radiation biology and radiation protection. Understand the factors influencing image quality and dose in diagnostic radiology. Understand the role, indications and adverse effects of contrast media used in Radiology. Knowledge of cross-sectional radiological anatomy (CT, MRI, US). Comprehend how to analyze imaging findings from radiological examinations. (In accordance with the curriculum for undergraduate radiological education of the ESR – European Society of Radiology).


Foinitsis, Stefanos

Assistant Professor of Biognostic Radiology - Interventional Neuroradiology

Introduction to Pharmacology (MD1031) ECTS


Upon successfully completing the course, students will be able to, have a clear understanding of the basic principles of Pharmacology with respect to pharmacodynamics and pharmacokinetics in the human organism, understand the mechanisms of drug actions and drug-drug interactions, understand the effect of exogenous and endogenous factors on the efficacy and toxicity of drugs, use the basic principles of Pharmacology to acquire a working knowledge of the properties of individual drugs to be learned in Systemic Pharmacology.


Microbiology I (MD1032) ECTS


The goal of the course is a thorough understanding of the most important bacteria that cause infections in humans as well as their microbiological diagnosis. Moreover, the objectives of the course include the introduction to the basic principles of immunology and immune response to bacterial infections.


Skoura, Lemonia

Associate Professor of Medical Biopathology - Microbiology

Mental Health (MD1033) ECTS


The concept of Mental Health, the importance of Mental Health in achieving and sustaining health, social components of Mental Health, the bio-psycho-social model of health, factors promoting and sustaining Mental Health, factors with negative impact on Mental Health, Mental Health problems, basic forms of Mental Health Disorders, Mental Health and cultural setting, basic priciples coping Mental Health problems, social – community approaching to Mental Health, Mental Health services.

Introduction to Clinical Semiology (Internal Medicine, Surgery and Pediatrics) (MD1034) ECTS


Introduction to clinical examination and diagnosis, Medical history, Basic knowledge of clinical findings in disease condition, Physician – patient communication, Detailed medical history – Current disease, personal and family history, Clinical examination of each system, Recognition of normal clinical findings of each system, Recognition of abnormal clinical findings of each system, Specifics in Internal Medicine, Surgery, Paediatrics.


Gkaliagkousi, Evgenia

Associate Professor of Internal Medicine - Scientific field: Arterial Hypertension

Kaiafa, Georgia

Associate Professor of Haematology-Thromboembolic Diseases

Kotsis, Vasileios

Professor of Internal Medicine - Scientific field: Arterial Hypertension

Greek Medical Terminology Ι (MD1035) ECTS

Greek Language V (MD1036) ECTS