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After completing his Medical studies in Athens, Dr Marios Liassides moved with his family to Germany, where he completed the Specialty in Obstetrics and Gynaecology. Before that he was appointed as Senior Oberarzt (Specialist Registrar), and worked under the guidance of his mentor Dr. med. Josef Wennemann.


Returning back to Cyprus in 1987, he opened his first clinic on Makariou Avenue in Limassol, and then in 1993 after completion of the present building established the Zoodochou Pigis Polyclinic.


Always interested in Medicine and its advancement, Dr Marios Liassides carried out a PhD on the incidence of toxoplasmosis in the schools and cattle in Cyprus, which he completed in 2017.


He served as president of the Obstetrics and Gynaecology Society of Cyprus for 2 consecutive terms (2011 to 2017). He is the founder and president of the Cyprus Pubertal and Adolescent Gynaecology Society. In addition he is a member of many other Cypriot and European Societies.


Through his input, the Zoodochou Pigis Polyclinic is working as a co-operative teaching centre for the Nicosia Medical University, and many students have attended teaching sessions by Dr Marios Liassides, as part of their Medical studies curriculum, over the last few years.


After completing secondary Education, and 26 month national military service, Dr Chris Liassides attended the University of Nottingham, UK for his Medical Studies, from which he graduated in 2005 (with the degrees of (Hons) and BM.BS). He then worked in Nottingham and Plymouth for two years for his Junior and Senior House Officer placements, respectively.


Upon that, Dr Chris Liassides moved to Germany, obtaining the Specialty in Obstetrics and Gynaecology in 2014, working under Dr. med. Matthias Losch and Dr. med. Ralf Schulze.

Throughout that time, he was travelling back and forth between Germany and Cyprus, and assisted at the Zoodochou Pigis Polyclinic, obtaining further experience.


From March to mid April 2015 he attended further training courses in minimal access surgery, robotic surgery and IVF at the World Laparoscopy Hospital, Gurgaon, India. He obtained the degrees of Fellowship in Minimal Access Surgery (F.MAS), Diploma in Minimal Access Surgery (D.MAS), Fellowship of International College of Robotic Surgeons (F.ICRS) and Fellowship in Artificial Reproductive Technologies (F.IART).


Between July and December 2015, Dr Chris Liassides carried out Locum work in many Obstetric and Gynaecology Units in England and Wales, gaining further experience from these centres.


Furthermore, between January 2016 to January 2018, Dr Chris Liassides worked for the Fetal Medicine Foundation, King’s College Hospital London, and Medway Maritime Hospital in Gillingham, Kent, carrying out a 2-year Fellowship in Fetal Medicine, and being involved in research studies undertaken under Professor Kypros Nicolaides. He completed the Fellowship in January 2018, obtaining the Diploma in Fetal Fellowship.

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