Dr. Dimitris Tsoukalas, MD
President of E.I.Nu.M.
Dr Tsoukalas is a medical doctor, researcher, author and leading expert in the application of metabolomics in chronic and autoimmune conditions.
He is pioneering in the use of advanced metabolomic analysis and telomeres analysis.
He has been awarded the highest recognition and Honorable Mention by the Greek Ministry of Health, for his contribution in primary health care.
He is the Director of the Metabolomic Medicine Switzerland AG and also President of the European Institute of Nutritional Medicine. Dr Tsoukalas runs currently three clinics in Milan, Treviso, Athens and Zurich.
Dr Tsoukalas graduated in 1991 from the “Universita’ degli Studi di Napoli, Federico II” in Italy, the oldest academic institution in continuous operation since 1224. In 2000 he completed his specialisation in General & Family Medicine at the Hippokration University Hospital in Athens Greece. In 2013 he completed the Harvard Medical School Update Course in General & Internal Medicine for subspecialists.
Dr Tsoukalas is a scientific advisor and has collaborated with research centres and university institutes such as the Farsight Bioscience on diabetes and metabolic diseases, with Sierra Sciences on telomere biology, the CDC (Centers for Disease Control).
In the present, he is researching with the University of Crete Faculty of Medicine and professor Tsatsakis telomere biology and active telomere length enhancers. He is also collaborating with the University of Brescia Medical School Molecular Biology and Pharmacology Department regarding the use of natural antioxidant substances in neurological conditions.
In connection with E.I.Nu.M formed the first online course for the application of metabolomics in clinical practice. The course awards 30 credits of Continuing Medical Education from the Italian Ministry of Health.
He is a bestselling author and his book “how to live 150 years in health” is translated in three languages English, Italian and Greek.
Scientific publications of Dr. Tsoukalas (click here)