Dr. Andreas Alexopoulos, MD, MPH, is a vanguard in the field of neurology, specializing in the complexities of epilepsy. His tenure at the Cleveland Clinic’s Epilepsy Center has been marked by significant contributions to the understanding and treatment of seizure disorders. Dr. Alexopoulos embarked on his medical journey at the University of Athens, graduating with honors. His pursuit of excellence led him to serve in the Hellenic Navy, after which he completed an internship in internal medicine at Newton-Wellesley Hospital in Massachusetts.
His professional milestones are distinguished by his role as Chief Resident in Neurology at Mount Sinai Medical Center and subsequent fellowships in Clinical Neurophysiology and Intracranial Neurophysiology at Cleveland Clinic. Certified in multiple subspecialties, Dr. Alexopoulos is fluent in English, German, and Greek, which enhances his ability to serve an international community. His contributions to medical literature and his role in pioneering the magnetencephalography laboratory at Cleveland Clinic underscore his dedication to advancing his field. Dr. Alexopoulos' multifaceted approach to patient care, research, and innovation positions him as a leader in neurology, particularly in the realm of epilepsy treatment and management.
He works in the neurology department.
Dr. Andreas works at - Cleveland Clinic Main Campus
Dr. Andreas specializes in diseases and treatments such as clinical neurophysiology, first seizure assessment, epilepsy surgery evaluation and adult epilepsy, lennox-gastaut syndrome, malformations of cortical development.