I received my medical degree from Aristotle University of Thessaloniki on 2000.

I completed the required service as a Rural General Practitioner at Fanos in Kilkis, located in by the Greek – Skopjan border, in the vicinity of Idomeni. 

I returned to Aristotle University of Thessaloniki in order to attend for two years, and obtain my MSc degree. During the next year i completed my required service in the Greek army, serving as a General Practitioner. 

I was trained in the First Department of Paediatrics, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki to become a Paediatrician and successfully passed (on my first attempt) the written and oral examination to obtain board certification on 2010. 

I presented my thesis and was awarded a PhD title of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki on 2010.

I became an International Board Certified Lactation Consultant (IBCLC) in 2011. 

I specialised in Neonatology in First Neonatal Intensive Care Unit in Hippokration General Hospital, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki and successfully passed (on my first attempt) the written and oral examination to obtain board certification on 2012.

While having as special interest in child development, I completed a two year MSc in Developmental Psychopathology in Infants and Children.

For 6 years I had the responsibility to care for the orphans and abused infants and children living at the Municipal Residential Child Care Institution of Thessaloniki.

My ongoing experience with Neonatal and Child health care, is put in practice at a private outpatient clinic, as well as by cooperating as a Neonatologist with a local Neonatology and Neonatal ICU department.

What does the IBCLC (International board Certified Lactation Consultant) title refer to?

This title is obtained after siting an examination of subjects that relate to specialized knowledge on issues around brastfeeding and lactation management. It verifies that the beholder has a skill set necessary to aid in many conditions that can hinder breastfeeding. The former, although we all agree that is a procedure that is natural and no training should be necessary, has become the rather that exception, than the rule in infant nutrition.

What does a beeing a Neonatologist mean?

This title is obtained after written and oral examination of Paediatricians, that have worked and received training for two additional years in a Neonatal Intensive Care Unit.Their training encompasses areas in the treatment and management of Neonaters, right after birth, during the first hours and days of their lives and as they further proceed in their infant life.