Dr Christos Mikropoulos is a distinguished consultant clinical oncologist who specialises in bladder cancer, prostate cancer, breast cancer, testicular cancer, stereotactic ablative radiotherapy, as well as prostate brachytherapy. He currently practises at the Mount Alvernia Hospital in Guildford.
Dr Mikropoulos, who is also an expert when it comes to advanced radiotherapy, biomarkers, cancer genetics, immunotherapy, and PARP inhibitors (DNA repair), but to mention a few, notably obtained an MD in medicine from the prestigious Aristotle University of Thessaloniki in 1998, before going on to complete an MSc at Newcastle University in 2007. He also successfully undertook specialist training in clinical oncology after following the completion of a medical rotation throughout the UK, as well as completing oncological training with the London rotation, including at the Royal Marsden Hospital.
Dr Mikropoulos, who also specialises in oligometastatic disease and radiotherapy for lymphoma, also went on to complete prostate LDR brachytherapy and gynaecology HDR brachytherapy, and was notably awarded on two occasions by ASCO for the research that he undertook during the completion of his MD research project in prostate cancer genetics.