Dr. Gregory Makris on the BackTable Podcast

Dr. Gregory Makris

Interventional Radiologist

Dr. Gregory Makris is a practicing IR at Guy's and St. Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust in London.

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Ep. 57

Practicing IR in the UK

Dr. Gregory Makris tells us about his IR education and practice in the UK, as well as his involvement with CIRSE and the European Trainee Forum.

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