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Dr Nickos Poulianos

Dr Nickos Poulianos

Nickos A. Poulianos was born in Tashkent (Uzbekistan), July 15 th 1956.  He was educated in Russia, New York, Greece, and Italy. He graduated in Biology at Rome University “La Sapienza” in 1984, and went on to a complete a PhD in Anthropological Sciences concerning the ‘ Petralona Man’ at the Florence Institute of Anthropology in 1989. From 1985 to 1986, Dr Poulianos received a scholarship from the Greek Ministry of Education for a one-year study stay at the Geological Institute of the Academy of Science in Prague, which was followed by further studies and research concluding with a second PhD thesis on Petralona Vertebrate Palaeontology in 1998.

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