Dr. Angelos Stergiou: Top Reasons to Study Medicine

Dr. Angelos M. Stergiou, MD, ScD h.c. is a physician, scientist, entrepreneur, inventor and the Vice Chairman and CEO of SELLAS Life Sciences Group. He is presently working on a number of novel products through his company, the most notable of which is the WT1 cancer vaccine, and his goals of giving back to humanity are becoming reality.

If you, as many modern professionals are, find yourself inspired by the accomplishments of medical practitioners like Angelos Stergiou, medicine might be the right field for you. Reasons below are just some of the most common:

  • Endless Opportunity. Upon graduation, medical professionals are met with a broad range of employment opportunities. You can select from the opportunities available or, if you see an untapped or unexplored field, you can combine existing areas of study to make your own. Over the course of your education, you will discover interests that will help you narrow your available options to select the most rewarding path.
  • Helping Others. Professionals like Dr. Stergiou often enter medicine to help others, and they are not left wanting. In a 2016 interview about his career, Stergiou stated: “I have always wanted to give back to humanity.” Later in the interview, when touching on the success of his company and the potential of the WT1 cancer vaccine, he said: “The thirst to . . . get this approved, so we can potentially save lives, is breathtaking.”

The above quotes are just one of countless examples of medical professionals finding satisfaction in helping others. Pursuing such a career path could allow you to join their ranks.

Before you begin your career and follow the footsteps of professionals like Dr. Angelos M. Stergiou, take time to speak with universities, do more research and consider your motivations. Though a medical career is rewarding, you must be passionate to succeed.


About Angelos Stergiou

Dr. Angelos M. Stergiou, MD, ScD h.c. is shaping the world through biotechnology, and you could too.
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