Vasileios Kokkinos, PhD

Dr. Kokkinos received the diploma of Electrical & Computer Engineering and the MSc in Hardware-Software Integrated Systems from the Engineering School of the University of Patras, Greece, in 1998 and 2001. After working in the microelectronics industry, he shifted his interest towards the brain. In the graduate program of the Medical School of the University of Patras, Vasileios received the MSc in Basic Medical Sciences: Neurosciences in 2003, completing a thesis on the neurophysiology of the rat hippocampus. During the same period, he attended the undergraduate program of the Philosophy Department of the University of Patras, from which he graduated in 2005, with a thesis on neuroscience-derived theories of mind on visual perception. In the neurological sciences graduate program at McGill University, he then completed a thesis on the neurophysiology of human eye-head motor coordination, graduating in 2007.