Katsioulis lives in Thessaloniki, Greece where he works as a public speaker, life coach, consultant psychotherapist, and psychiatrist. He is the founder and president of the World Intelligence Network (WIN), an international organization of high IQ societies, and AAAA.GR, an organization that works for the detection and support of gifted individuals in Greece.
Katsioulis is known for his high intelligence test scores. There are several reports that he has achieved the highest scores ever recorded on IQ tests designed to measure exceptional intelligence. Katsioulis has a reported IQ of 205 on the Stanford-Binet scale with standard deviation (sd) 16, which is equivalent to an IQ of 198.4 on the Wechsler scale with sd 15, which is equivalent to an IQ of 258 on the Cattell scale with sd 24. Statistical interpretation of these numbers estimates that Katsioulis' performance, when assuming a normal Gaussian distribution of IQ scores in the general population, is to be expected in one out of every 38,000,000,000 people.
Katsioulis graduated from the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki School of Medicine in 2000, going on to complete the following postgraduate studies:
- MSc in Medical Research & Technology in the School of Medicine of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki in 2003.
- MA in Philosophy in the Faculty of Philosophy of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki in 2012.
- He is a PhD candidate in Psychopharmacology in the Medical biology and Genetics Department of the School of Medicine of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki.
Following his graduation from the School of Medicine of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, he was appointed as a General Practitioner in the Primary Health Centre of Giannades in Corfu, Greece, where he worked from 2000 to 2001.
Katsioulis was a Senior house officer in Radiation oncology in the Theageneio Anti-Cancer Hospital of Thessaloniki from 2001 to 2003.
He was appointed as a Senior house officer in Psychiatry in London working for the Charing Cross Scheme in Psychiatry from 2005 to 2007. He completed his medical specialization in Psychiatry in the Psychiatric Hospital of Thessaloniki.
During his PhD in Psychopharmacology in the School of Medicine of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Katsioulis contributed on the cytogenetic research of the genotoxicity of the Benzodiazepines and of antipsychotic medication.
In 2012, Dr Katsioulis was an honorary speaker to the 12 Asia - Pacific Conference on Giftedness about child giftedness, where he announced the creation of the IQID, Child IQ Society and the conclusions of the first 11 years of the World Intelligence Network.
During his specialization in neurology he participated in research on acute disseminated encephalomyelitis and myoclonic dystonia
As an associate of the Nephrology Ward of the AHEPA University Hospital in Thessaloniki, Katsioulis contributed to the research on renal fibrosis.
During his specialization in Oncology, Dr Katsioulis contributed to the research on the Breast Cancer in males, on the primary non-operable Glioblastoma, and on the Cervix cancer.
Katsioulis is the author of articles and television screenplays and he was the founder of organizations and communities.
He published articles where he expressed his thoughts about society, philosophy, intelligence, anxiety, depression and modern lifestyle.
Dr Katsioulis has completed the following screenplays:
ELLHNAS.COM (2008), a company of young people is formed in a Greek island
TI REI (2009), a projection of the modern everyday life to the Ancient Greece.
As a High School student, Katsioulis participated in the 1989 Greek national contest in Mathematics organized by the Greek Mathematical Association and his performance in the contest was the third best in Thessaloniki, Greece.
In the 1993 Greek National exams he scored 150/160 in Physics. He was among the 16 candidates of the 1st and 2nd Division which excelled in Physics that year and he was 1 of the 6 successful candidates out of a total of 11,000 participants of the 2nd Division which entered with their first attempt in the School of Medicine of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki.
We have to believe in ourselves | Evangelos Katsioulis | TEDxUniversityofIoannina
July 14, 2016