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Manolis Saridomichelakis


Companion Animal Medicine


Research interests

Leishmaniosis, allergic skin diseases


Curriculum vitae

Dr. M. Saridomichelakis took his PhD at the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Aristotles University of Thessaloniki in 1998, and he is a board-certified Diplomate of the European College of Veterinary Dermatology since 2011. He is a Professor of Companion Animal Medicine at the Faculty of Veterinary Science since 2016. His publication record includes 181 full articles in Scientific Journals of full Congress Proceedings and 3 chapters in international books. He has been an invited lecturer in 112 and 42 national and international scientific events, respectively.

Full curriculum vitae



  • General Medicine
  • Companion Animal Medicine I: Canine and feline dermatology and behavioural disorders
  • Companion Animal Medicine IΙ: Canine and feline cardiology, bone and joint diseases, endocrinology, hematology and oncology
  • Companion Animal Medicine IΙI: Canine and feline gastroenterology, nephrology and urology and exotic animal medicine
  • Companion Animal Medicine IV: Canine and feline neurology and respiratory medicine
  • Practical Training in Companion Animal Medicine I
  • Practical Training in Companion Animal Medicine II

Selected Publications

1) A proposed medication score for long-term trials of treatment of canine atopic dermatitis sensu lato. Saridomichelakis M.N., Favrot C., Jackson H.A., Bensignor E., Prost C., Mueller R.F. The Veterinary Record, 2021, e19
2) An update on the treatment of canine atopic dermatitis. Saridomichelakis M.N., Olivry T. The Veterinary Journal, 2016, 207: 29-37.
3) Validation of the CADESI-04, a simplified severity scale for assessing skin lesions of atopic dermatitis in dogs. Olivry T., Saridomichelakis M, Nuttall T., Bensignor E., Griffin C.E., Hill P.B. for the International Committee on Atopic Diseases of Animals (I.C.A.D.A.). Veterinary Dermatology, 2014, 25: 77-e25.
4) Advances in the pathogenesis of canine leishmaniosis: epidemiologic and diagnostic implications. Saridomichelakis M.N. Veterinary Dermatology 2009, 20: 471‐489.
5) Regional parasitic density in the skin of dogs with symptomatic canine leishmaniosis. Saridomichelakis M.N., Koutinas A.F., Olivry T., Dunston S.M., Farmaki R., Koutinas C.K., Petanides T. Veterinary Dermatology 2007, 18: 227-233