Marios Loukas, M.D., Ph.D.

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Professor
Department of Anatomical Sciences
St. George's University

After receiving a MD in 2000 from the Warsaw University, Medical School, Warsaw, Poland, Dr. Marios Loukas earned a PhD, Pathology, in 2003 from the Institute of Rheumatology, Department of Pathology, Warsaw, Poland. Dr Loukas completed a postdoctoral fellowship position at University Clinic, Department of Internal Medicine, Ulm, Germany during 2001-2003.

During the years 2000-2007, Dr. Loukas held the positions of lecturer and instructor of Anatomy, Histology and Radiology, with Harvard Medical School, Department of Education and Development.

Dr. Loukas joined St. George’s University, School of Medicine, Department of Anatomical Sciences, in 2005 and is currently Associate Professor of Anatomy. He is also an adjunct Associate Professor of Anatomy in the Department of Anatomical Sciences, School of Veterinary Medicine. His previous faculty position as Associate Professor of Anatomy was with the Department of Anatomy, American University of the Caribbean.

Dr. Loukas has received several research awards over the course of his career including Best Education Paper for 2007, Herbert M. Stauffer Award, Association of University Radiologists and Award for the best research activity National Congress of Cardiology, Gdansk, Poland. 1999. Teaching awards received include Harvard Medical School Excellence in Tutoring Award 2007, and Keynote Speaker, White Coat Ceremony 2005, American University of the Caribbean.

Dr. Loukas is currently an ad hoc reviewer for many peer reviewed journals and is associate editor for Neuroanatomy and Clinical Anatomy.