Aristides M. Tsatsakis


Professor Tsatsakis is Director at the Toxicology Science and Research Centre in the Department of Forensic Sciences of the Medical School in the University of Crete and The University Hospital. He is teaching the toxicology course for medical students for the last 20 years and advanced toxicology issues for universities' postgraduate programs. Prof. Tsatsakis is currently the President of EUROTOX, President of the Hellenic Society of Toxicology, chairman of the ERT HST national Registry and member of several Scientific Academies and Societies.


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Message of the EUROTOX president

29-10-2014

It is with great honour that I undertake the privilege to serve EUROTOX as its President, for the period 2014 - 2016.Each time EUROTOX elects its Executive Committee, we bear witness to the enduring strength of our Scientific Society. We affirm the promise for our society’s existence to advance human, environmental and animal health, acting as the leading voice of...

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SOT's 53rd Annual Meeting Phoenix, Arizona

20-10-2014

Download SOT/Eurotox Debate program

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Παρέμβαση του Καθηγητή Αριστείδη Τσατσάκη στο θέμα της καταστροφής των χημικών όπλων της Συρίας

20-06-2014

Υπό άκρα μυστικότητα κλειστή τηλεδιάσκεψη για τα χημικά (Ηχητικό) Ο Οργανισμός Απαγόρευσης των Χημικών μπορεί να ανακοίνωσε και επίσημα, την ώρα που οι αντιδράσεις και πέραν της Κρήτης διογκώνονται, ότι η διαδικασία για τα χημικά της Συρίας βγήκε ήδη εκτός χρονοδιαγράμματος καθώς το 8% των χημικών ακόμη δεν έχει μεταφερθεί εκτός Συρίας, όμως ανεπισήμως, όπως αποκαλύπτει σήμερα η "Νέα Κρήτη...

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SOT's 53rd Annual Meeting, March 24–27, 2014, at the Phoenix Convention Center in Phoenix, Arizona

26-03-2014

SOT/EUROTOX DebateAre Nonmonotonic Dose-Responses at Low Dose Levels Toxicologically Relevant?

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Professor Tsatsakis is Director at the Toxicology Science and Research Centre in the Department of Forensic Sciences of the Medical School in the University of Crete and The University Hospital.