Degree in Genetics, 1999 (B.Sc. in Genetics, 2.1), University of Cardiff, United Kingdom. Recognition and correspondence with the degree of Biology, AUTH
Master's title in Medical Genetics and Immunology (M.Sc. in Medical Genetics with Immunology), University of Brunel, 2000, United Kingdom. Title recognition from Dikatsa.
Doctor of Medical Genetics, Medical University of Athens.
Created the Genetics department at the Assisted Reproduction Unit of EMBRYOGENESIS specializing in the Preimplantation Genetic Screening of Chromosomal Abnormalities (techniques at the single cell level) from 2003 until today.
Degree in Molecular Genetics, 2004 (B.Sc. in Molecular Genetics, 2.2), University of London, Royal Holloway, United Kingdom. Recognition and correspondence with the degree of Molecular Biology and Genetics of DUTH.
Master's title in Human Molecular Genetics, 2005 (M.Sc.in Human Molecular Genetics), University of London, Imperial college, United Kingdom. Title recognition from Dikatsa.
PhD candidate of Medical Genetics, Medical School of the University of Athens.
She studied Biochemistry and Biotechnology at the University of Thessaly, from which she graduated in 2010. She conducted her dissertation in the Laboratory of Pharmacology of the Medical School of the University of Thessaly.
She continued her postgraduate studies at the School of Molecular Medicine of the Institute of Neurology and Genetics in Cyprus, from which she graduated taking the diploma of M.Sc. in Medical Genetics in 2013 and conducted her dissertation on the "non-invasive prenatal diagnosis" in the Cytogenetics and Genomics Laboratory of the Institute.
She is specialized in molecular biology techniques and she has laboratory experience in microbiology and research programs and since 2015 she is working in Embryogenesis specializing in the Preimplantation Genetic Screening of Chromosomal Abnormalities. PCR, arrayCGH at the single cell level, examination of the DNA fragmentation in the sperm with SCD analysis, micromanipulation of embryos and gametes, cell cultures.