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Nikolaos Andronas, MD

Cognitive Behavioral Sleep Medicine Fellow, Sleep & Memory Center

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phone: +30 210 7217 457​
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Biographical summary

Dr. Andronas was born and raised in Athens, Greece. He obtained his Medical Degree from L’Aquila University in Italy cum laude and completed Neurology Residency training at the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens. Upon completing his residency, he joined the Memory Disorders – Dementia Unit of the Second Neurology Department of the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens as a research associate, pursuing research and receiving training in neurocognitive disorders. As a clinician-scientist, he has served as a consulting Neurologist at Athens Euroclinic, and “Galini” Psychiatric Clinic.​

​He joined the Neurological Institute of Athens in 2019 evaluating patients at the Sleep & Memory Center and consulting for inpatient services at the Athens Medical Center. Since 2020, he is the inaugural fellow of the Cognitive Behavioral Sleep Medicine Training Program at the Sleep & Memory Center receiving subspecialty training in Behavioral Neurology and Sleep Medicine. ​

​His research focuses on the driving safety ability of people with Parkinson's disease, which he pursues as a PhD candidate at the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens. He is an active member of the Hellenic Neurological Society (Mental Disorders – Dementia Branch), the Hellenic Stroke Association, and the European Academy of Neurology. ​

Medical Degree, Summa Cum Laude, L’Aquila University, Italy​
Neurology, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece​

Clinical Board Certifications​

Neurology, Hellenic Ministry of Health​


Economou A, Pavlou D, Beratis I, Andronas N, Papadimitriou E, Papageorgiou SG, Yannis G. Predictors of accidents in people with mild cognitive impairment, mild dementia due to Alzheimer's disease and healthy controls in simulated driving. Int J Geriatr Psychiatry. 2020; 35(8):859-869 PMID: 32249449​

​Ramos EM, Koros C, Dokuru DR, Van Berlo V, Kroupis C, Wojta K, Wanga Q, Andronas N, Matsi S, Beratis IN, Huanga AY, Lee SE, Bonakis A, Florou-Hatziyiannidou C, Fragkiadaki S, Kontaxopoulou D, Agiomyrgiannakis D, Kamtsadeli V, Coppola G. Frontotemporal dementia spectrum: first genetic screen in a Greek cohort. Neurobiology of Aging. 2019; 75:224.e1-224.e8 PMID: 30528349​

​Kontaxopoulou D, Beratis IN, Fragkiadaki S, Pavlou D, Andronas N, Yannis G, Economou A, Papanicolaou AC, Papageorgiou SG. Exploring the Profile of Incidental Memory in Patients With Amnestic Mild Cognitive Impairment and Mild Alzheimer's Disease. J Alzheimers Dis. 2018; 65(2):617-627 PMID: 30056423​

​Beratis IN, Andronas N, Fragkiadaki S, Kontaxopoulou D, Pavlou D, Papantoniou P, Stamelou M, Stefanis L, Yannis G, Papageorgiou SG. Exploring the association of the Comprehensive Trail Making Test with driving indexes in patients with Parkinson’s disease. Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour. 2018; 59(B):535-544​

​Fragkiadaki S, Beratis IN, Kontaxopoulou D, Pavlou D, Andronas N, Papanicolaou A, Economou A, Yannis G, Papageorgiou SG. Self-awareness of Driving Ability in the Healthy Elderly and Patients With Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI). Alzheimer Dis Assoc Disord. 2018; 32(2):107-113 PMID: 29702488​

​Beratis IN, Andronas N, Kontaxopoulou D, Fragkiadaki S, Pavlou D, Papatriantafyllou J, Economou A, Yannis G, Papageorgiou SG. Driving in mild cognitive impairment: The role of depressive symptoms. Traffic Inj Prev. 2017; 18(5):470-476 PMID: 27936937​

​Beratis IN, Pavlou D, Papadimitriou E, Andronas N, Kontaxopoulou D, Fragkiadaki S, Yannis G, Papageorgiou SG. Mild Cognitive Impairment and driving: Does in-vehicle distraction affect driving performance? Accid Anal Prev. 2017; 103:148-155 PMID: 28441517​