Georgios Androutsopoulos completed his Degree in Medicine in 1995, at the National and Kapodestrian University of Athens. He received his Medical Specialization in 2006, at the Department of Obstetrics - Gynecology of the University of Patras. He also completed his Doctorate of Medicine 'Pregnancy complications in Greek women with inherited thrombophilia” in 2007, at the same Department. He started his clinical career in 1-8-2006, as Obstetrician - Gynecologist at the General, Maternity and Pediatric Hospital of Athens 'Mitera” and he served up until 20-1-2009. In 23-1-2009 he became Consultant of Obstetrics and Gynecology at the General Hospital of Amfissas and he served up until 3-1-2012. He started his academic career in 3-1-2012, as Lecturer and Consultant of Obstetrics and Gynecology at the University of Patras and he served up until 20-10-2014. In 20-10-2014, he became Assistant Professor and Consultant of Obstetrics and Gynecology at the same University and holds the position until today. Between 1-11-2016 and 31-10-2017, he was Honorary Clinical Research Fellow in Gynaecological Oncology at Northern Gynaecological Oncology Centre (NGOC), Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Gateshead, United Kingdom. Currently, he is the Head of the Division of Gynecological Oncology of the University of Patras. He has got both academic and clinical experience as well as a heavy workload of research and educational duties. Moreover, he has active participation in Medical Students Educational Program as well as in Residency Training Program at the Department of Obstetrics - Gynecology of the University of Patras. His research interests are mainly focused in Gynecological Oncology. Editor in Scientific Journals: 29. Editorial Board Member in Scientific Journals: 47. Reviewer in Scientific Journals: 99. Participation in Authorship of Scientific Books: 6. Publications in International Scientific Journals with Reviewers: 82. Publications in National Scientific Journals with Reviewers: 11. Citations of Publications: 765. h-index (Scopus): 6, h-index (Scholar): 13, i10-index (Scholar): 25.