Dr. Georgios Alevizopoulos Dr. Georgios Alevizopoulos is a Professor and Head of Psychiatry and Psychopharmacology at the University Psychiatric Clinic,"Aghioi Anargyroi" University Hospital of Kifissia. He holds a degree in medicine and pharmacy and holds postgraduate and doctoral degrees in medicine, both in Greece and abroad. He was trained in Psychiatry and subsequently in Forensic Psychiatry and Psychopharmacology at the Dromokaitio, King's, Bethlem Royal & Broadmoor hospitals and the Institute of Psychiatry, University of London. He teaches psychiatry, psychopharmacology, psychoactive substances, forensic psychiatry and medical ethics at undergraduate and postgraduate levels, both in Greece and abroad, and has supervised more than 80 postgraduate Master and Doctoral theses. He has published more than 160 scientific papers in national and international medical journals and books in Greece and abroad. He is an invited speaker in more than 15 congresses a year, on the areas of his scientific experties. He is a member of the World Psychiatric Associations Taskforce on: Social Divisions & Extremist Violence: gangs, cults, terrorists, and violent offending. He also serves as a reviewer in international scientific journals and he is a member of nine scientific associations and societies, including the American Psychiatric Association and the American Academy for Psychiatry and the Law. He has served as a Vice Chairman of the Ethics Committee of the National Organization for Medicines in Greece and as an advisor regarding electronic health records. He is also primer investigator for Phases II, III and IV clinical trials for inovative medicines and medical devices. Furthermore, since 2001, he also serves as a member of the scientific advisory boards for Multinational Pharmaceutical Companies.