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Dr. Zavos and his team are leaders in the field on human reproduction, all forms of ARTs and cloning. Who is Dr. Zavos?
Milestones in Human Reproductive Cloning published in
peer-reviewed journals. Dr. Zavos has done it all!!
The Nobel Assembly at Karolinska
Institute has recently decided to award
The Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 2010
to Robert G. Edwards
for the development of in vitro fertilization
Professor Edwards and Professor Zavos
Professor Zavos wants to congratulate his friend and colleague Robert Edwards for receiving the Nobel Prize in Medicine 2010.
"Robert Edwards you are so deserving of the recognition and you made all of us so proud!"
The Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 2008
to Luc Montagnier for his discovery of the HIV virus
Professor Zavos would like to congratulate his friend, Professor Luc Montagnier on receiving the 2008 Nobel Peace Prize for his discovery of the HIV virus.
The Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 2012 to Sir John B. Gurdon for his research in Stem Cells and Cloning
Professor Zavos would like to congratulate his friend, Sir John B. Gurdon on receiving the 2012 Nobel Peace Prize for his research in Stem Cells and Cloning.
Click here to read the exclusive interview Dr. Zavos gave with The Independent newspaper in the U.K.
The interview was printed on April 22, 2009.
The Emporia State University Administration has recently nominated one of its outstanding Alumni, Professor Zavos (Received the Distinguished Alumnus Award by ESU in 1988) as its nominee for the national AASCU Distinguished Scholar Award. This is great honor for Professor Zavos and he is very happy to represent its alma matter at this high level for his accomplishments and international stature.
Zavos standing tall, swearing in at the U.S. Congress.
Human cloning advocate Dr. Panayiotis Zavos of the Andrology Institute of America testifies before the House Government Reform Subcommittee on Criminal Justice, Drug Policy and Human Resources on Capitol Hill Wednesday, May 15, 2002.
Professor Zavos and his supporters
of cloning feel that with the careful continuation
of research, the technological benefits of cloning
clearly outweigh the possible social consequences.
In their minds, final products of cloning, like
farm animals and laboratory mice will not be the
most important achievement. The applications of cloning they
envision are not nightmarish and inhumane, but
will improve the overall quality of science and
life. Cloning will help to produce discoveries
that will affect the study of genetics, cell development,
human growth, and obstetrics. Human cloning is
not the issue; it is merely a threat to the continuation
of cloning research. From the reproductive point
of view, in in-vitro fertilization (IVF), a doctor
often implants many fertilized ova (embryos) into
a woman's uterus and counts on one resulting in
pregnancy. However, some women can only supply
one egg. Through cloning, one can increase
the number of the embryos at transfer and that
could increase implantation and pregnancy rates.
Dr Zavos believes that "life is good and precious
and we should pass it on"!
The Zavos Organization and Dr. Zavos wish to extend their sincere congratulations to Dr. Zavos's senior brother, Dimitrakis Zavos, President and CEO of D. Zavos Group, in Limassol, Cyprus, for the publication of his first book. The book deals with the life and history of the Zavos family.
Professor Zavos has great respect and appreciation for his eldest brother for being a great philanthropist and for his many successes and accomplishments. He has been a great inspiration to him and the whole Zavos Family.
DR. PANAYIOTIS ZAVOS - GREEKS
OF DIASPORA: VOICE OF GREECE
Dr. Zavos is standing at the exact location where the bedroom stood and where he was
born holding one the floor tiles.This is all is left of his home in the village of Tricomo
after being demolished by the Turkish invading forces.