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With a medical degree in Bologna of Italy with First-class honours in 2003, Efstathios Drampalos was nominated “dottore in Medicina e Chirurgia” and obtained a licence to work as a doctor initially in Italy and then in Greece. He completed his 6 year training in Orthopedics in Greece in 2012 working in the two large orthopedics hospitals of Athens, the Asklipieion Hospital and the Center of Accidents of Athens-KAT. During his training he completed an Msc in Metabolic Bone Diseases with First-class honours and also a dissertation regarding the Morphometric Evaluation of Osteoporotic Vertebral Fractures. Also in 2012 he was awarded with a scholarship from the Greek College of Orthopedic Surgeons in order to subspecialize in lower limb reconstruction. In 2013 he was awarded in Barcelona/Spain with the title of Fellow of the European Board of Orthopaedics and Traumatology. Since 2013 he is working in the UK after having joined the Specialists Register for Orthopedics. He worked for 6 months in Broomfield Hospital in Essex, then for 9 months in Manchester Royal Infirmary and since September is a Hip and Knee Post-CCT Fellow at the famous “Wrightington Center for hip” in Lancashire where Sir John Charnley pioneered the hip replacement operation. From 2016 to 2017 he worked as a Foot and Ankle Fellow, member of the orthoplastic team of University Hospitals of South Manchester and from 02/2017 to 12/2017 at Stepping Hill Hospital in Manchester as a Post CCT Foot and Ankle Fellow. Since 01/2018 is a Foot and Ankle Consultant at Manchester NHS Foundation Trust. With his expertise in Metabolic Bone Diseases, lower limb reconstruction and Foot and Ankle Orthopedic surgery he has several presentations in national and international congresses and seminars, publications in peer-reviewed journals and was involved in training medical students from Central Manchester University Hospitals. From 2012 to 2017 he completed his PhD at the Laboratoy of Metabolic Bone Disease of the University of Athens/Faculty of Medicine. Being very interested in the academic field, full of energy and ideas he is currently running several research projects in Wrightington Hospital, Manchester Royal Infirmary and the University of Athens organizing other young and senior doctors and who share his passion for research.