Prof. Dr. Nikolaos Tsilimparis currently works as Head of the Department of Vascular and Endovascular Surgery in the Ludwigs Maximilian University Hospital in Munch Germany.
Born in Greece in 1979, Nikolaos Tsilimparis graduated from the University of Thessaloniki medical school, before continuing his training in Germany, where he completed his thesis in the University of Berlin and received his German Board of General Surgery degree. Following a fellowship in the Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia, he received his PhD from the University of Hamburg and the Certification of the German Board of Vascular Surgery while becoming fellow of the European board of Vascular surgery and the American College of Surgeons.
Nikolaos Tsilimparis specializes in complex endovascular aortic surgery and especially fenestrated and branched endografts from the aortic arch to the iliacs, as well as open aortic repair and surgery of the supra-aortic vessels.
Scientific projects include clinical research and evaluation of innovative endovascular techniques, involvement in the Global Burden of Disease consortium as well as vascular focused evaluation of national and international databases.
Prof. Tsilimparis is author of more than 170 scientific papers and book chapters and leads the Vascular Surgery clinical research Program in the University of Munich.