In 1978 he was awarded a PhD from the University of Athens and then until 1985 trained in hemodynamic and interventional cardiology and in the treatment of carotid and peripheral vessels in Great Britain, in France, in America and he served for 40 years as an interventional cardiologist in major hospitals in Greece and abroad.
During his career he collaborated with leading Greek and foreign scientists and dealt with pioneering heart, carotid and peripheral vascular interventions which he taught to doctors from various countries. He did the first worldwide, renal artery treatment with Multilayer stent.
He has a rich research and writing project organized by 35 seminars and World Congresses and is a member and chairman of many scientific societies.
There were many honorary distinctions. He was honored professor of cardiology at the medical School of the State University in Iasi, Romania and was awarded the title of Knight at the University of Apollonia. He was honored by the Ministers of Health of Greece and Cyprus through the excellent organization of the World Congress of Greek Doctors of diaspora.
He is in charge of the SPA tourism program and offers his services to the expatriate secretariat.
He was for a series of years member and Vice-Chairman of the board at the Onassis Cardiac Surgery Center.