The Greeks who excelled globally in July

The Greeks who excelled globally in July

For yet another month Greeks from all over the world, managed to excel, to abolish the borders and make us proud with their achievements. The team chose 5 of them, who during the month July caused international sensation with the work and personality.

1.Nicholas Katsanis

The American Society of Human Genetics (ASHG) has named Nicholas Katsanis, PhD, Director of the Center for Human Disease Modeling, Professor of Cell Biology, and Brumley Distinguished Professor of Pediatrics at Duke University, as the 2017 recipient of the Curt Stern Award. Read more…

2.Efi Foufoula-Georgiou 

Distinguished Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering Efi Foufoula-Georgiou will serve as the inaugural associate dean for research and innovation at the Samueli School of Engineering, effective Oct. 1, 2017. Read more…

3.Demosthenes Kazanas-Ioannis Kontopoulos

The powerful “winds” that a black hole creates around it come from the enormous energy that creates its magnetic field, according to a new international scientific research, in which the two Greek scientists participate. Read more…

4.Michael Karloutsos

Michael Karloutsos has been appointed Acting Chief of Protocol, a high-profile position in the State Department, and will begin on July 24. He brings many years of extensive experience in politics and public relations to the position. Read more…

*Greek scientists, scholars, politicians, artists, journalists, businessmen, athletes, artists, painters, policemen, photographers, actors, managers constantly emerge through investigative journalism and the invaluable help of community members. Each month, we will present 5 of the most important Greeks, considering the influence of their work and the readability of their page on