Theo G. Antikas, LLB, DVM, PhD

Education:
 
  • Aristotelian University Veterinary College, Thessalonike. Greece
    DVM cum laude, 1962
  • National University School of Law, Politics and Economics Athens.
    LLB cum laude, 1968
  • Graduate College, University of Illinois Medical Center, Chicago.
    PhD in Human Physiology cum laude, 1973
Career:
  • 2006-7: Instructor, Anatomy & Physiology, Biology, Hemodialysis, and Medical Terminology, Skagit Valley College, Mt. Vernon, WA
  • 2004-7: Visiting Onassis Professor, U of Washington, History Dept. and Jackson School of International Studies. Taught Hist-420 & 496 (Olympics) and Hist-354 (Modern Greek History)
  • 2000-04: Senior Lecturer, Aristotelian U College of Agriculture. Taught anatomy, physiology & immunology to graduates in Animal Sciences; and archaeozoology to graduates in archaeology
  • 1992-99: Associate Professor, Thessalian U Faculty of Agriculture
    Taught general physiology to undergraduates in Animal Science and directed the College’s Laboratory of Physiology
  • 1983-91: Lecturer, Dept. of Surgery, Ecole Nationale Veterinaire,
    Maisons-Alfort, Paris. Taught laser surgery to veterinary students; directed the College’s Laser Unit; and was appointed Federal vet of the national equestrian teams of France (1985 to 1991)
  • 1974-82: Assistant Prof., Athens U Medical School, Experimental
    Physiology Dept. Taught undergraduate students in medicine and nursing; directed the University’s Laboratory Animal Center, and the clinics of the Greek SPCA from 1974 to 1975
  • 1970-73: TA, Graduate College, Dept. of Human Physiology, U of Illinois at the Medical Ctr, Chicago. Taught physiology to graduate and undergraduate students in medicine, nursing and pharmacy
  • 1969-73: Resident investigator, Hines VA Hospital, Hines, Illinois. Taught Lab Animal Med, Science & Technology to graduate vets
  • 1962-69: Anthropology & Biology Center, Army General Hospital, Athens. Directed the Center’s Lab Animal Unit and the Lab Animal Units for Medical Research at the Pasteur Institute in Athens
Languages:
  • Ancient/Modern Greek, English, French, German, Latin, Spanish
Hellenic Societies:
  • Anthropological Society of Greece, Pieria Chapter; founding member
  • Association of Nuclear Medicine, Athens; member since 1977
  • Balkan & Black Sea Veterinary Association, Athens; member 1999
  • Hellenic Equestrian Federation; athlete and event vet since 1992
  • Hellenic Pony Club; founder and president from 1992 to 2005
  • Hellenic Medical Association; active member since 1974
  • Hellenic Veterinary Association; active member since 1962
  • Hellenic Zootechnic Association, Thessalonike since 1982
International Societies:
  • Animal Welfare Institute International Committee, Washington DC, 1969
  • Association Veterinaire Equine Francaise, Paris; member, 1982
  • Classical Association of the Pacific Northwest, Seattle; since 1999
  • Euro Pony Club Association; co-founder and delegate; since 1989
  • Federation Equestre Internationale, Lausanne; international judge
  • International Council of Archaeozoology, Washington DC, 1997
  • Sigma Xi Research Society, New York, member since 1973
Publications:
  • Over 236 papers and 12 books on: history; Greek and Roman literature on the history of medicine and the Olympics; human/animal anatomy and physiology; equine sports medicine; laser therapeutics / surgery; lab animal medicine, science and technology.
  • Editions Member to the editorial boards of (a) Animal Regulation Studies, Elsevier Publ. Co., Amsterdam; (b) Journal of Equine Veterinary Medicine, Wildomar California; (c) Hellenic Journal of Medicine
Citations:
  • Who’s Who in the World, Marquis Inc, Chicago 80-81; and 84-85
  • Who’s Who in Western Europe, IBC Publ., Cambridge, 1981 p. 23
  • Men of the Millennium, Hermes Magazine 2000, pp. 118-123
  • Who’s Who in the World, Marquis Inc, 25thed 2007, Providence, NJ