Alexandra N. Delinick
Alexandra N. Delinick grew up in New York City and attended the Bronx High School of Science, then went on to receive her Bachelor in Honors Curriculum from Hunter College, City University of New York. She then attended the Aristotelian University Medical School in Thessaloniki, Greece and received her medical degree.
In 1987 she became George Vithoulkas’ research director at the Athens Center of Homeopathic Medicine. She went to Greece to meet George Vithoulkas because she was dissatisfied with how conventional medicine handled chronic pathologies. This was especially evident to her during her stay in Boston, at Harvard University Medical School – Judge Baker Guidance Center. She became Research Director of this center and the Hellenic Medical Homeopathic League and was elected General Secretary of Research for the LMHI or International League of Medical Homeopaths from 1995 to 1998.
She was also Executive/Science Editor of the “European Journal of Classical Homeopathy.” In July 2002 she was given the chair/professorship in the School of Homeopathic Therapy at the NSA “Vassil Levski” University in Sofia, Bulgaria. She is currently treating patients as a classical Homeopath.