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Evangelos Terpos

Evangelos Terpos is a Professor of Hematology and Director of Stem Cell Transplantation Unit in the Department of Clinical Therapeutics of the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, School of Medicine, Athens, Greece.

Dr Terpos main research interest is the biology and management of bone disease in multiple myeloma. He also studies the role of modern imaging (MRI, PET/CT) and of MRD in plasma cell neoplasms. In the clinical research era, Dr Terpos participates in many important clinical trials and is the PI of several studies with novel agents in the field of myeloma.

His research work was reported in more than 700 papers in peer-reviewed journals and Dr Terpos has more 34,000 citations and an h-index of 85 in ISI/Web of Knowledge and more than 50,000 citations and an h-index of 105 in Google Scholar.

Dr Terpos is co-chairing the Bone Sub-Committee of the International Myeloma Working Group and is a member of the Guideline Subgroup of the European Myeloma Network. Dr Terpos is also a member of the Education and Publication Committees of the International Myeloma Society, and he is the vice-president of the Greek Myeloma Study Group.

He has given lectures at ASH, ASCO, EHA and EMN meetings, and in International Myeloma Workshops. He is Associate Editor of HemaSphere (official journal of EHA) and of American Journal of Hematology and member of the Editorial Board of Blood Cancer Journal and Haematologica.

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