John Meletis was born in Desfina, Greece, in 1946. He became a physician at the Athens University Medical School in 1970, University Assistant between 1978 and 1981, a Senior Registrar from 1981 to 1983, and a Senior Lecturer (1983–1988). He is a Diplomate of the Greek Board of Medicine 1978 and of the Greek Board of Hematology 1981. He gained his Ph.D. degree in 1981. He also served as a University Assistant at the Faculté de Médecine Lariboisière-Saint Louis, Université Paris VII (1984–1987). He served as an Assistant Professor (1989–1995), then an Associate Professor (1995–2009), and a Professor in medicine and hematology in 2010. In addition, he published several books such as The Red Cell Hemoglobin Content of Embryos from Parents with ß-thalassemia; Veino-Occlusive Liver Disease; Bone Marrow Transplantation in SAA; Side Effects in Hematological Patients; CD-ROM Atlas of Hematology; CD-ROM Hematology—Diagnostic Approach; The Routine “Blood Count”; Aplastic Anemia; From Hematological Symptoms to Diagnosis; Atlas of Hematology; Disorders of WBC number; and Atlas of Hematology, English Edition; Eosinophilia. He is the Editor of The Journal of the Hellenic Society of Haematology (Haema); Associate Editor of Hippokrates; Editor of Archives of Hellenic Medicine; Associate Editor BMC Blood Disorders, Editorial Board Medical Science Monitor, Journal of B.U.ON, American Journal of Case Report, Internet Journal of Hematology, Internet Journal of Laboratory Medicine, American Journal of Biomedical Sciences, Anemia, Clinical Medicine:Blood Disorders, Türkiye Klinikleri Journal of Medical Sciences, and on the Editorial Board in numerous national journals. Meletis is the President of National Committee and a Member of the International Committee of Index Copernicus, International Scientific Advisory Committee 2nd International Conference on Cancer Therapeutics 2005, Scientific Committee of Symposium Algero-Francais de Pharmacologie sur le Stress, a Member of the Morphology Faculty of the European Leukemianet Morphology Project, and a Member of the Second Morphology Consensus Study I of the European Morphology Faculty for harmonizing cell terms. He has received five First Prizes Awards for best work in hematology (National and European).
Biography Updated on 30 March 2010