Prof. Tsatsakis is currently the President of the Federation of European Toxicologists and European Societies of Toxicology (EUROTOX) and President of the Hellenic Society of Toxicology. He is the Chairman of the Hellenic ERT - HST national Registry and member of several Scientific Academies and Societies. He has cooperated with key national and international organizations such as WHO-IPCS, National Drug Authority, has received the Inter Res Prom Council, IRPC 2001, eminent scientist gold award. He is Emeritus Professor for the Erisman Russian Federal Institute of Hygiene and Toxicology in Moscow (2014) and Honorary Doctor of the Mendeleev Moscow University in Russia (2016). He has organized as president several international Congresses in the field of toxicology and forensic science among them the EUROTOX2008 in Rhodes Greece. He is also the president of the international BIONANOTOX conferences during 2009 to 2016. He is the inspirator and founder and current president of the high- tech knowledge and research university spin-off Company ToxPlus S.A. Professor Aristidis Michael Tsatsakis is the Director of the Department of Toxicology and |Forensic Sciences of the Medical School at the University of Crete and the University Hospital of Heraklion. He is teaching the toxicology course for medical students for 30 years and specialization toxicology topics for postgraduate programs in few universities and supervised numerous PhDs. He received his PhD in Chemistry from Mendeleev University in Moscow 1986 and defended the title of Doctor of Science in Biology in University of Friendship of Nations in Moscow 2004. Prof Tsatsakis has written over 360 peer reviewed publications in prestigious journals, is holder of several patents and has given numerous lecturers as keynote and plenary speaker in international congresses.
The main research interests of Dr Tsatsakis are biomonitoring of various xenobiotics in a variety of biological samples and linking of chemical chronic exposure at low doses with health problems and diseases, and risk assessments.