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Evgenios  Evgeniou

Evgenios Evgeniou, MD

4.9 (87)

Specialty: Plastic Surgery

Program: Reconstructive Oncology

  • Overview

    Dr. Evgenios Evgeniou is as an Assistant Member in the Reconstructive Oncology Program at Moffitt Cancer Center. Dr. Evgeniou will also be affiliated with the Departments of Breast and Cutaneous Oncology. Dr. Evgeniou received his MD degree from Demokritos University of Thrace Medical School, Alexandroupolis, Greece, in 2008. He continued his education in the United Kingdom where he received a Master’s in Surgical Education from Imperial College of London and residencies in General Surgery (2010-12) and Plastic Surgery (2012-19). He subsequently completed a Microsurgery Fellowship at the Royal Marsden Hospital in London (2019-20) and a Breast and Facial Palsy Microsurgical Fellowship at University of Texas, USA (2020-21). After his training he returned to the United Kingdom and was appointed in a faculty position as a Consultant Plastic Surgeon at the Royal Marsden Hospital in London. Dr. Evgeniou is a Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons, England, and a Fellow of the European Board of Plastic Surgery. He has a special interest in oncological reconstruction, particularly in reconstruction following treatment for breast cancer, skin cancer and sarcoma. His research interests include clinical outcomes in autologous oncological reconstruction and surgical educational research.

  • Publications

    • Evgeniou E, Mitchell DN, Rozen SM. Cross Facial Nerve Grafting for Smile Restoration: Thoughts on Improving Graft Inset. Plast Reconstr Surg Glob Open. 2022 Jun.10(6):e4178. Pubmedid: 35685747. Pmcid: PMC9169995.
    • Jernslett M, Anastassiou-Hadjicharalambous X, Lioupi C, Syros I, Kapatais A, Karamanoli V, Evgeniou E, Messas K, Palaiokosta T, Papathanasiou E, Lotzin A. Disentangling the associations between past childhood adversity and psychopathology during the COVID-19 pandemic: The mediating roles of specific pandemic stressors and coping strategies. Child Abuse Negl. 2022 Jul.129:105673. Pubmedid: 35605466. Pmcid: PMC9113959.
    • Evgeniou E, Teotia SS, Haddock NT. Asymmetric Four-Flap Breast Reconstruction with DIEP Flaps and PAP Flaps. Plast Reconstr Surg. 2022 Dec.150(6):1236e-1239e. Pubmedid: 36103659.
    • Evgeniou E, Walker H, Gujral S. The Role of Simulation in Microsurgical Training. J Surg Educ. 2018 Nov.75(1):171-181. Pubmedid: 28774503.
    • Evgeniou E, Walker H. Zone I Flexor Tendon Injuries. Eplasty. 2016 Nov.16:ic43. Pubmedid: 27909468. Pmcid: PMC5111013.
    • Pywell MJ, Evgeniou E, Highway K, Pitt E, Estela CM. High fidelity, low cost moulage as a valid simulation tool to improve burns education. Burns. 2016 Jun.42(4):844-852. Pubmedid: 26810642.
    • Evgeniou E, Tsironi M, Riley D. Improving Fellowship Training in Microsurgery: A Threshold Concepts Perspective on the Curricula of Fellowship Programs. J Reconstr Microsurg. 2015 Oct.31(8):579-589. Pubmedid: 26220429.
    • Dimitriadis PA, Iyer S, Evgeniou E. The challenge of cancellations on the day of surgery. Int J Surg. 2014 Sep.11(10):1126-1130. Pubmedid: 24035905.
    • Evgeniou E, Dimitriadis PA, Kulkarni M. Metal frame for identification of bone graft harvest position. Ann R Coll Surg Engl. 2014 May.96(4):315. Pubmedid: 24780030. Pmcid: PMC4574421.
    • Loizou P, Haloob N, Evgeniou E. Per-oral flexible laryngoscopy in awake neonates and infants: the 'pacifier' technique. J Laryngol Otol. 2014 Feb.128(2):169-170. Pubmedid: 24495455.
    • Evgeniou E, Loizou P. Simulation-based surgical education. ANZ J Surg. 2013 Sep.83(9):619-623. Pubmedid: 23088646.
    • Markeson DB, Evgeniou E, Choa R, Iyer S. The simple transverse intraosseous phalangeal suture for zone 1 flexor digitorum profundus injuries: case series and review of the literature. Plast Reconstr Surg. 2013 May.131(5):788e-793e. Pubmedid: 23629118.
    • Evgeniou E, Markeson D, Iyer S, Armstrong A. The management of animal bites in the United kingdom. Eplasty. 2013 Jul.13:e27. Pubmedid: 23837110. Pmcid: PMC3681434.
    • Loizou P, Evgeniou E, Scott-Young N, Orlando A. Intranodal palisaded myofibroblastoma presenting as lymphadenopathy of the groin. BMJ Case Rep. 2013 Jan.2013. Pubmedid: 23314872. Pmcid: PMC3604555.
    • Evgeniou E, Loizou P. The theoretical base of e-learning and its role in surgical education. J Surg Educ. 2013 Jan.69(5):665-669. Pubmedid: 22910167.
    • Evgeniou E, Peter L, Tsironi M, Iyer S. Assessment methods in surgical training in the United Kingdom. J Educ Eval Health Prof. 2013 Feb.10:2. Pubmedid: 23441076. Pmcid: PMC3576807.
    • Markeson D, Nijjar R, Evgeniou E, Kulkarni M. An elderly patient presenting with hip pain following a fall: an unusual presentation of necrotising fasciitis. BMJ Case Rep. 2012 Oct.2012. Pubmedid: 23045441. Pmcid: PMC4544666.
    • Evgeniou E, Menon KR, Jones GL, Whittet H, Williams W. Renal cell carcinoma metastasis to the paranasal sinuses and orbit. BMJ Case Rep. 2012 Mar.2012. Pubmedid: 22605794. Pmcid: PMC3316781.
    • Basu I, Markeson D, Evgeniou E, Iyer S. Reverse digital artery flap from radial and ulnar borders of palm. Tech Hand Up Extrem Surg. 2012 Jun.16(2):110-113. Pubmedid: 22627939.
    • Evgeniou E, Bisarya K, Iyer S. Should clinicians listen to their patients more often?. ANZ J Surg. 2012 Dec.82(12):945-946. Pubmedid: 23186053.
    • Evgeniou E, Iyer S. Pyogenic flexor tenosynovitis leading to an amputation. BMJ Case Rep. 2012 Aug.2012. Pubmedid: 22922934. Pmcid: PMC4543475.
    • Dias L, Markeson D, Evgeniou E, Misra A. Necrotising fasciitis of the thumb. BMJ Case Rep. 2012 Aug.2012. Pubmedid: 22878992. Pmcid: PMC4543355.
    • Nikolakis VA, Tsalavoutis JT, Stylianou M, Evgeniou E, Jakusch T, Melman A, Sigalas MP, Kiss T, Keramidas AD, Kabanos TA. Vanadium(V) compounds with the bis-(hydroxylamino)-1,3,5-triazine ligand, H2bihyat: synthetic, structural, and physical studies of [V2(V)O3(bihyat)2] and of the enhanced hydrolytic stability species cis-[V(V)O2(bihyat)]-. Inorg Chem. 2008 Dec.47(24):11698-11710. Pubmedid: 19006295.
    • Evgeniou EM, Pergantis SA, Leontidis E, Keramidas AD. NMR investigation of the interaction of vanadate with carbasilatranes in aqueous solutions. Inorg Chem. 2005 Oct.44(21):7511-7522. Pubmedid: 16212377.
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