Professor Constantinos Phellas is a Medical Sociologist with interests in a variety of areas, including Health & Illness, Ageing, End-of-life Decision Making and Care, Construction of Identities, Sexualities, HIV/AIDS. His work is methodologically diverse, including statistical and social survey work as well as qualitative work based on text analysis, interaction analysis, and conversion analysis. His publications focus upon the intersection of gender, culture, and issues of sexuality among ethnic minority communities, HIV/AIDS, social & psychological aspects of public health domain. He is currently the Vice Rector for Faculty & Research at the University of Nicosia in Cyprus.
His role in the project will be as one of the Academic Coordinators of the thematic area of migration.