Karolina Akinosoglou

University General Hospital of Patras,

Karolina Akinosoglou was born in Patras. She studied Medicine at University of Patras, from where she graduated in 2006. She completed her PhD on the field of molecular and cellular immunobiology of malaria parasite at Imperial College London in 2011, while in parallel she gained significant clinical expertise in tropical diseases at Lister Unit of infectious diseases and
tropical medicine, at Northwick Park Hospital in London. She completed specialization in Internal Medicine and Infectious Diseases, at University Hospital of Patras, in Greece. Her research interests mostly focus in the field of infectious diseases, and specifically during the last years in sepsis and systematic inflammatory response, COVID-19, HIV and infections in obstetrics and gynecology work upon which has been presented in international conferences and multiply awarded by international scientific societies, while being published in several peer-reviewed journals. She is a member of IDSA, ASM, ESCMID, GMC, ISIDOG, EEMAA, EEL etc., and has been a member of the board of Medical Society of Western Greece and Peloponnese, Hellenic Society for Infection in Gynecology and Obstetrics and Hellenic Institute for the study of Infections in Diabetic patients. She engages in clinical work in department of internal medicine and division of infectious diseases at University Hospital of Patras. She is at the moment working as an Associate Professor in Internal Medicine, at University of Patras and serving as a Consultant in Internal Medicine and Infectious Diseases at University General Hospital of Patras.