John Meletis

John Meletis

John Meletis
University of Athens, Greece


Dr. John Meletis was born in Desfina, Greece, on 1946. MD Athens University Medical School 1970. University assistant 1978-1981, Senior Registrar 1981-1983, Senior Lecturer 1983-1988. Diplomate Greek Board of Medicine 1978 and of the Greek Board of Hematology 1981, Ph.D. in 1981. From 1984-1987 in France Univerite Paris VII University Assistant of Ecole de Medicine Lariboisier-Saint Louis. Assistant Professor 1989-1995, Associate Professor 1995-2009. 2010 Professor of Internal Medicine and Hematology, 2011 Head Hematology Department and Bone Marrow Transplantation Unit of Athens University School of Medicine.

Book publications: The Red Cell Hemoglobin Content of Embryos from Parents with β-thalassemia: (1981); Veino-Occlusive Liver Disease (1985); Bone Marrow Transplantation in SAA (1989); Side Effects in Hematological Patients (1994); CD-ROM Atlas of Hematology (1996); CD-ROM Hematology – Diagnostic Approach (1998); The Routine "Blood Count" (1998); Aplastic Anemia (1998); From Hematological Symptoms to Diagnosis (7th Edition 2009); Atlas of Hematology (3rd edition 2009); Disorders of WBC number (2005); Atlas of Hematology, English Edition (3rd edition 2009); Eosinophilia (2008). Atlas of Hematology (LeukemiaNet EU-WP10 Project 2009). To date, I have published over 550 works in Greek, English and French, including book publications.

Εditor-in-Chief of Haema (Hellenic Hematology Society), Assoc. Editor of Hippokrates, Athens Medical School Journal; the hematology section Εditor of Archives of Hellenic Medicine, Athens Medical Society Journal; Associate Editor BMC Blood Disorders, Internet Journal of Hematology and Editorial Board in many International and National Medical Journals. President of National Committee and Member of the International Committee of Index Copernicus and Member of the Morphology Faculty Leukemianet Morphology Project and Member of the Second Morphology Consensus Study I of the European Morphology Faculty for harmonizing cell terms. He received five First Awards for best work in hematology (National and European).

Research Interest

Aplastic Anemia, Paroxysmal Nocturnal Hemoglobinuria, Bone Marrow Transplantation, Acute Leukemias.